Bioethics Links

A searchable version of the Ohio Revised Code.
The Ohio Revised Code has been organized into a simple book like interface that includes a table of contents and individual sections of text. Either navigate to the section of the code in which you are interested or use the following search form to find keywords in which you are nterested.

American Society for Bioethics and Humanities
The new organization that is a merger of The Society for Bioethics Consultation (SBC), the Society for Health and Human Values (SHHV) and the American Association of Bioethics (AAB)

Americans for Better Care of the Dying (ABCD)
An advocacy group "dedicated to social, professional, and policy reform aimed to improve the care system..." Offers newsletter, resources, and links to many other sites, deals with hospice care, end-of-life support, the dying process and conducts a demonstration project called MediCaring. Many will recognize the name of Joanne Lynn, MD, who is president of this organization.

Bioethics Resources on the Web.
Compiled by the National Institutes of Health.

The Center for Literature, Medicine, and the Health Care Professions.
A long overdue link to a major contributor to the efforts of The Bioethics Network of Ohio.

Consortium Ethics Program
Our neighbors to the east.

End of Life Physician Resource Center.
The Medical College of Wisconsin and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation wish to announce the launching of a new Web site designed to be the central repository of peer-reviewed end-of-life educational materials for physician educators.

Eubios Ethics Institute
A site looking at the international discussion of ethical issues. It includes a large list of related publications available over the Web.

The German Reference Centre for Ethics in the Life Sciences (DRZE).
The DRZE's was founded in January 1999 and its role is to compile a central, comprehensive and up-to-date collection of national and international information, documents and literature on ethics in the life sciences, including relevant legal, social and scientific material. Moreover, the Reference Centre provides quality information and services in order to enable and facilitate access to information in the Life Sciences context.

A Guide to Bioethics Resources on the Web
The following websites are designed to clear up fact from fiction, open a constructive dialogue on bioethics subjects, and spread the word on what is actually happening in the fields of science, technology, and medicine.

Last Acts is a national coalition to improve care and caring at the end of life.
The initiative grew out of the well-known SUPPORT research project. The Last Acts Web site has an electronic newsletter, resource directory, descriptions of Task Force and Resource Committee work, and recent media coverage of end-of-life developments. BENO is a Last Acts partner.

Medical Ethics Resource Network of Michigan (MERN)
Our neighbors to the north.

Medical College of Wisconsin Online Bioethics Service
A wonderful resource providing online discussions of bioethics issues through their listserver, some bioethics texts and a searchable archive of related material.

Medical Humanities
A database for information on Literature, Arts and Medicine, including an archive of Medical Humanities syllabi.

National Bioethics Advisory Commission.
Established by Executive Order in 1995, the commission has established reports, resources and opportunities for dialogue on numerous issues facing those of us working in the field of bioethics.

The Neiswanger Institute.
The Neiswanger Institute is dedicated to the three-fold mission of research, education, and service in bioethics and health policy. The Institute serves the students and faculty of the Stritch School of Medicine, the healthcare professionals and patients of Loyola University health System, and professionals from the regional community and across the nation.

The Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Check out our newest Link.
Check out this link to download advance directives and other advance care planning resources.

Poynter Center
Based at Indiana University, this site has information on Ethics and the Professions, Medical Ethics and The Ethics of Research.

The Provincial Health Ethics Network.
Similar to BENO, PHEN is a network of individuals interested in health ethics across Alberta. Be sure to search the site for its wide range of resources.

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