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Annie Lyerly’s new book, A Good Birth, now available

October 10, 2013

Annie Lyerly, Associate Director of the C:B, and mother of four, knows firsthand that there are many important elements to a “good” birth that often get overlooked. Her three-year study of a diverse group of mothers revealed universal needs, like the importance of feeling connected, safe, and respected. Her new narrative report on that study, … Read more

C:B faculty have published 50 articles and essays in the last three years!

October 10, 2013

At last count, the C:B faculty have published 50 articles and essays in the last three years! Some recent publications: Stuart Rennie, Ethical Use of Antiretroviral resources for HIV prevention in resource poor settings, Developing World Bioethics. Christina McCall, David Grimes, and Anne Lyerly, “Therapeutic” bed rest in pregnancy: Unethical and unsupported by data, Obstetrics … Read more

Rebecca Walker has been granted Departmental support for a sabbatical leave in the Fall of 2013, when she will be working on her book on using virtue theory as an approach to issues in animal research ethics

October 10, 2013

Rebecca Walker has been granted Departmental support for a sabbatical leave in the Fall of 2013, when she will be working on her book on using virtue theory as an approach to issues in animal research ethics. Rebecca also won a Messerli Foundation travel award to pursue this topic with colleagues in Zurich and at … Read more

Health Justice Conference

September 20, 2013

The 2013 Merrimon Lecture and Health Justice Conference is coming October 4th and 5th. Registration for the conference is free. The Merrimon Lecture requires no registration. Both are open to the public. details »