South-West Bioethics Network Workshop
Social Ethics Research Group
University of Wales, Newport
Monday, May 10th, 2010
Caerleon Campus (NP18 3QT)
Rathmell Building, Room E17 (Ground floor)
10.15-10.45: Coffee and welcome
10.45-11.30: Steve Smith (University of Wales, Newport)
'The Problematic Ethics of Feeling Compassion or Pity for Disabled
People: Identity, Responsibility, and the Ambivalence of 'Loss' in
Theories of Justice and Social Relations'
11.30-12.15: Zuzana Deans & Ainsley Newson (Bristol University)
'Is It Acceptable to Use Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis to
Test Purely for Information?'
12.15-1.00: Sean Sinclair (ARL Health)
'Qalys vs Equality'
2:00-2:45: Sean Cordell (Birmingham University)
'The Biobank as an Ethical Subject: Function and Human Goods'
2:45-3:30: Georgia Testa (Leeds University)
'International Codes of Research Ethics and Individual Autonomy'
4:00-4:45: Stuart Oultram (Bristol University)
'One Mum too Few: Maternal Status in Host Surrogate Motherhood Arrangements'
Attendance is free, but places are limited. To reserve a place please
contact [log in to unmask] by April 29th.
Research Fellow | Social Ethics Research Group (SERG)
School of Health & Social Sciences | University of Wales, Newport
Caerleon Campus, Lodge Road | Newport NP18 3QT | U.K.
RESPECT Project (EC FP7): www.respect.iusspavia.it
Programme Leader, MA Social Ethics & Public Advocacy: