2007 Annual Conference - Do I belong to my family? Exploring ethical implications of biological relationships
Date: 13th Jan 07
Organisers: Scottish Council on Human Bioethics, Ethics and Medicine Trust
Participants: Around 100 persons were present
- Welcome - Prof. Anthony Busuttil (SCHB President)
- Bump or mum? How to look at the pregnant woman - Dr Clare McGraw
- Who am I? Conceived by whom? To whom related? - Dr Alexina McWhinnie
- What is family, anyway? - Ms Jennifer Speirs
- Caderveric organ donation (PowerPoint) - Dr Gill Haddow
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