MA in Bioethics at the University of Warsaw is the only full-time, two-year master’s degree program in bioethics in Poland.
The program is held in Polish, however several courses are conducted in English.
Summer intake for 2018/2019 starts on June 18, 2018. For detailed information about how and when to apply, entry requirements and required documents, see the website of the Master’s program.
We invite you to read a new paper by Emili Kaczmarek, published in Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy.
Kaczmarek, E. Med Health Care and Philos (2018), How to distinguish medicalization from over-medicalization? https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-018-9850-1
Center for Bioethics & Biolaw and the Bioethics Committee at the Polish Academy of Sciences are pleased to invite Polish-speaking students and young researchers for the 3rd Spring School in Bioethics:
“Bioethics and Human Rights”
Dates: 25-27 June 2018 r.
Venue: Dom Zjazdów i Konferencji (Pałacu), Jabłonna (near Warsaw, Poland)
For detailed information (only in Polish) about the School, and how and when to apply, see the website of the event.
Center for Bioethics & Biolaw invites to a workshop organised together with Intitute for the History, Philosophy and Ethics of Medicine, Ulm University
„Prenatal medicine and diversity in the social context”
IMPORTANT: Due to large interest we need you to register for the event in order to make sure enough seating is available! Please register below:
We invite you to read new paper of prof. Paweł Łukow, CBB’s director titled: ‘A Difficult Legacy: Human Dignity as the Founding Value of Human Rights‘ published in Human Rights Review. Full text available as open access.
Prof. Paweł Łuków i dr Joanna Różyńska will give invited talks at the conference “Problems with definitions and argumentative strategies in philosophical and bioethical debates on the beginning and end of human life“ held in Łodź (Poland) on 16-17 March, 2018. Prof. Paweł Łuków’s talk is titled: “Best interests of the extremely premature infant. One standard or many?”, and dr Joanna Różyńska’s: „The argument from potentiality and status of human embryos”.