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Sunday, December 4, 2016
Chance for healthcare professionals to study Bioethics from Catholic perspective
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 A series of talks and discussions on Bioethics from a Catholic perspective begins on 27 February. Organised by the Linacre Ethics Forum, the evenings offer a chance for junior healthcare professionals and students medics, nurses, pharmacists etc. are welcome!) to explore and discuss Catholic healthcare ethics. The aim will be to understand the Church's teaching and explore ways in which it can be presented sympathetically to patients, colleagues and managers. The evenings take place at Vaughan House, SW1P 1QN, after the 5.30 Mass at Westminster Cathedral. They start with tea and coffee at 6.30pm. The talk is at 7pm, followed by a discussion from 7.30 - 8.30pm. Dates for your diary: 27th February Christian Ethics in Neonatal Care - Professor John Wyatt 3rd April Fertility Treatments - Mrs Nicole Parker 30th April Ethical Issues in General Practice - Dr Mike Delany 13th May Pregnancy Counselling - Sr Roseanne Reddy (TBC) For further information, or to find your local rep, please contact Stephen Barrie on 020 72667410 or at stephen@linacre.org
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