02 Sep 2019
Current in-depth inquiry
Our latest inquiry will explore ethical questions in relation to the role of science and technology in helping people live well in old age.
What does it mean to ‘live well’ in old age? This enormous question is a starting point for our latest inquiry which will explore ethical questions in relation to the role of science and technology in helping people live well in old age.
The working group invites you to contribute to our project on the future of ageing.
There are four
different options you can use to share your opinions on the
technologies, and any evidence you think should be taken into account:
The deadline to respond is 2 August 2021.
Katharine is part of the senior management team. She is responsible for leading Council projects and inquiries and speaking on behalf the Council on a range of ethical issues. Before joining the Council in 2007, she worked on health law and ethics in the NHS, Department of Health and House of Commons.
Kate undertakes research to support the Council’s work and contributes to the drafting of reports and briefing papers. She also monitors developments in areas of interest to the Council. Kate is currently on secondment at the University of Edinburgh's Law School, and will return to the Council in April 2021.