Bangladesh Bioethics Society
Promotes Integrity for Peace, Dignity and Sustainability


A month long course has been organized for the Members of Bangladesh Bioethics Society (BBS) by BBS in collaboration with National Academy for Education Management (NAEM), Ministry of Education. Prof Nazrul Islam, Chairman, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh will be the Chief Guest in this occation.
This course will be focus on integration of bioethical knowledge, epistemology, and ideas into research, policy making and decision making to ensure protection for human and up hold the human dignity. Participants will be taught by expert from the world and expert from Members of BBS, covering the latest information and developments in the field of bioethics. This meeting will offer a unique opportunity to establish exchange of information and regional collaboration.
1. To increase ethical knowledge among Members of BBS. It helps the participants to build their capacity. 2. Develop skills for research. 3. Participants will learn to think critical ethical issue on science, social science, medical, biotechnology, public health, environmental issues, and teaching ethics.
Date: 5th June 2010
Time: 9 am -5 pm
Number of participant: 30-40
Faculty: Dr Mala Ramanathan, Additional Professor, AMCHSS, SCTIMST, Trivandrum, India, Dr. Amar Jesai, Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. Mumbai, India and Dr Richard A. Cash, Coorfinator, Public Health Ethics, Havard University , USA & Visiting Professor, Public Health Foundation of India and James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University.
Participants: Members of BBS from diversified background of medical, law, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, philosopher, social and natural scientists, teacher trainers, professors, teachers, policy maker and ethics committee members and educators.
Venue: National Academy for Education Management (NAEM ), Ministry of Education, near Dhaka College between Dhanmondi No1 and New Market. Registration: No registration fee for participants but pre registration is required. No TA/DA will be given. Participants will provide morning and evening tea and lunch. All the works are on voluntary basis. Duration: One month
1st day of course: 1 days Course work
2nd to 29th day of the course: 29 days: Research Period (paper writing at home)
30th day of course: Paper presentation.

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