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EthicShare is a research and collaboration website designed to help you do research, share, collaborate, and participate in the field of ethics. It was originally conceptualized and developed at the University of Minnesota by the University of Minnesota Libraries, UMN Center for Bioethics and UMN Computer Science Department with funding from the Council on Library and Information Resources and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
EthicShare is currently maintained by the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and the Welch Medical Library as a free service to the community.
"The European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics (EACME) is, since its creation on 2 December 1986, an international research and communication network.
"European" is used here in the broad sense of the term, i.e. from the Atlantic to the Urals. EACME aims at promoting public critical concern regarding the ethical issues involved in the development of the biomedical sciences in our communities."
"The International Bioethics Committee (IBC) is a body of 36 independent experts that follows progress in the life sciences and its applications in order to ensure respect for human dignity and freedom. It was created in 1993.
The IBC provides the only global forum for reflection in bioethics."