About Us
About Us
About Us

IME


 

The Institute of Medical Ethics (IME)  is a charitable organisation dedicated to improving education and debate in medical ethics. The IME is founder and co-owner of the Journal of Medical Ethics (JME) a leading international journal reflecting the whole field of medical ethics.

Our mission is “promoting and supporting the impartial study and understanding of medical ethics and its integration into clinical practice through education, research, and publication”. We are currently involved in organising conferences, providing grants to students interested in medical ethics and in a project to support and develop medical ethics and law teaching in UK medical schools.

Committees


 

There are two committees involved in organising ICCEC 2018. 

The ICCEC academic committee are responsible for the academic programme (including responsibility for deciding themes and sub-themes; arranging speakers, facilitators and chairs; and abstract submissions and selection). 

The ICCEC Strategic Committee are responsible for planning and organisation of non-academic components of conference. Responsible for promotion and securing sponsorship of conference

IME


 

The Institute of Medical Ethics (IME)  is a charitable organisation dedicated to improving education and debate in medical ethics. The IME is founder and co-owner of the Journal of Medical Ethics (JME) a leading international journal reflecting the whole field of medical ethics.

Our mission is “promoting and supporting the impartial study and understanding of medical ethics and its integration into clinical practice through education, research, and publication”. We are currently involved in organising conferences, providing grants to students interested in medical ethics and in a project to support and develop medical ethics and law teaching in UK medical schools.

Committees


 

There are two committees involved in organising ICCEC 2018. 

The ICCEC academic committee are responsible for the academic programme (including responsibility for deciding themes and sub-themes; arranging speakers, facilitators and chairs; and abstract submissions and selection). 

The ICCEC Strategic Committee are responsible for planning and organisation of non-academic components of conference. Responsible for promotion and securing sponsorship of conference.

 

Advisors to the academic committee and conference series:
Professor Stella Reiter-Theil
Professor George Agich


 

Scientific Review Committee

Dr. Anne-Marie Slowther Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, UK (Chair)
Mike ParkerEthox, University of Oxford, UK
Dr Carwyn HooperSt George’s University London, UK
Prof. Richard Huxtable University of Bristol, UK
Maureen KelleyEthox, University of Oxford, UK
Ainsley NewsonUniversity of Sydney, Australia
Reidun FordeUniversity of Oslo, Norway
Marion DanisNIH Clinical Center, USA
Jacqueline ChinNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Ingrid MiljeteigUniversity of Bergen, Norway