Presentation of the key speakers – 2nd part

Dear All Members & Viewers,

Kindly find here the power point presentation of the key speakers of the first session  (7 December 2011) of the First Conference of the “Bioethics Network on Women’s Issues in the Arab Region”:

Carolyn Ells, Co-coordinator of the International Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB), Associate Professor of Medicine, Mc Gill University, Canada

Bahaa Darwish, Professor of Philosophy in Qatar University, Founding member of the International Association for Education in Ethics (IAEE)

Mervat El Shabrawy, Professor of Ophthalmology in Suez Canal University, Faculty of Medicine, Member of Research Ethics Council, Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT), Member of RDIC-BEST, Egypt, Certified Trainer of Health Research Ethics, Maryland University, USA

Jenny Jeehan Nasr, Doctor, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Mansoura University, Egypt

Azza Saleh, Prof. of Clinical and Chemical Pathology at Theodore Bilharz Research Institute (TBRI),  Coordinator of the Egyptian Network of Research Ethics Committees (ENREC), Member of the Technical Committee of RDIC-BEST.

Mohamed Abdullah Hadi, Medical Doctor, Pediatrician and Public Health & Community Medicine Specialist, Assistant Professor, Community Medicine & Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Aden University, Yemen.

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One Response to Presentation of the key speakers – 2nd part

  1. Thanks for sharing these valuable important presentations,
    Can you add my presentation on the MARC project? Thanks.

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