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Moral and ethical imperatives of health care technologies: scientific, legal and socio-economic perspectives

- Conference Coordinators

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.012


The Indian Journal of Medical Ethics organised the First National Bioethics Conference (NBC 2005) in November 2005 as a platform for sharing and exchanging views on bioethics amongst groups and individuals from various fields. The broad theme of the first conference was “Ethical challenges in health care: global context, Indian reality” and it was attended by over 400 participants. Encouraged by the enthusiasm of the participants and the support of a wide range of institutions and groups, IJME has decided to hold the Second National Bioethics Conference (NBC 2007) on December 6, 7 and 8 2007 in Bangalore. We expect active participation from those involved in clinical medicine, bioethics, medical and social science research, community and public health, women’s rights, theology, biotechnology, law, governance, and public policy.

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