Founded in 2001, the IU Center for Bioethics is a gathering place for discussion, education, research, and collaboration in bioethics and related fields. Based at the IU School of Medicine, faculty from schools across IUPUI lead these efforts, guiding healthcare providers and researchers in their work and helping society confront important questions about health, science, and technology.
Ethics for the future of health and medicine
COVID - 19, Race and Bioethics
- The COVID-19 pandemic raises important bioethics issues for healthcare and society. On this page, IU Center for Bioethics faculty and staff provide analyses and selected readings.
- Current events remind us of the importance of racial disparities in our society. The IU Center for Bioethics is committed to racial and social justice and is collecting resources and organizing a seminar series on race and bioethics.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at IUCBThe IU Center for Bioethics recognizes the social injustices and systematic racism that have undermined the prosperity of underserved communities. The center is committed to increasing awareness of the structures of inequality and promoting efforts in DEI through research, education, and programming.
Check here to access numerous articles, training, and events related to DEI in medicine and society.
Upcoming Events in Ethics and Humanities
The history of the management of pain in healthcare in the United States is a complex web of personal experience, structural racism, and provider bias that has not only led to differential management.... Read more
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