Welcome to The Ethics Blog from the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics (CRB)!
We comment the debate on research ethics and bioethics and discuss our research. We address issues from current debate in the research community and in the press. Some posts are only for your information, others are more reflective, but our goal is always dialogue. A lot of the content deals with our own research. Right now we are focusing on biobanks and health care, but more will come!
Pär Segerdahl is the editor and writes about his own and other’s research. He is a philosopher and in the last couple of years his research has focused on the language of apes, animal welfare and gender. Other researchers from CRB will appear as guest editors from time to time, and you can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We write for researchers, health care staff, officials, politicians, patient organizations and anyone who is interested in ethics!
We welcome comments on this blog, but please do not post anything containing inappropriate language, personal attacks, confidential personal data or copyright material. Material that violates Swedish law or is off topic will be removed.
This blog has been developed with support from BBMRI.se where the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics are responsible for a work package on ethical and legal issues in biobanking.