Dementia carers need more support in tackling ethical dilemmas
30 Sep 2009
Carers of people with dementia need more support and advice to tackle the difficult ethical dilemmas...
New brain treatments: proceed with care
24 Jun 2013
New technologies that can help people with serious disorders affecting the brain are needed, but mus...
Action needed to ensure research is carried out ethically in global health emergencies
28 Jan 2020
Governments, funders, and research bodies must take action to ensure that research is undertaken ethically during global health emergencies, says a new report from the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
Opting out of the evidence?
06 Mar 2018 by Katharine Wright
Today is the deadline for responses to the Department of Health's consultation on proposals to cha...
From the big tome to the small screen: animating our children and clinical research report
21 May 2015 by Kate Harvey
“Know your audience.” So say media trainers, journalists, and PR representatives the world over....
Dementia and Stigma: The Ethical Imperative
06 Feb 2014 by Sarah Walker-Robson
This post is based on a talk given by our Council Member Professor Julian Hughes at “Dementia and ...