The web site provides general information about the Society, includes a list of journals and other resources, and provides an extensive list of links to bioethics-related web sites, including academic centers and programs.
The library's databases on bioethics literature, organizations, and syllabi are accessible via our web site and contain many links to full-text materials. Other sources of full-text documents on this site include the digital archives of the Presidential Bioethics Commissions, the Office for Human Research Protections, and the national Information Resources on Ethics and Human Genetics.
Maintained by the National Institutes of Health, "Bioethics Resources on the Web" is designed to facilitate research, scholarly activities, and training. Provides information about bioethics initiatives at NIH Institutes and Centers, OPRR, and other government offices and programs, publications, reports, guidelines, and regulations related to bioethics; contains a new bibliography of 4,650 items as well as information on educational and funding opportunities.
Offers free access to a searchable catalog of quality reviewed Internet resources covering the biological and biomedical sciences; including genetics, biotechnology, virology, biochemistry and molecular biology.
The Archive includes more than 2,200 images of documents, records, books, photographs, correspondence and objects from the Eugenics Movement of the early 20th century. Maintained by the Dolan DNA Learning Center of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Guide to the books and manuscripts on the history of genetics in the American Philosophical Society Library. Includes the records of the American Eugenics Society and the Eugenics Record Office in Cold Spring Harbor.
The Web site includes resources that provide background information and various positions on issues in bioethics. These resources includes NIH bioethics-related resources; other federal resources, documents, reports and background ifo on specific bioethics topics.
The website maintains summaries of significant legal and clinical cases that illustrate important issues in health care ethics. Each case summary also includes a link to "Key Ethical Principles" and "Issues & Concepts" that are especially relevant to that case. Ascension Health is a large Catholic and nonprofit health system.
Maintained by the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania., the web site provides links to bioethics news for the week and the American Journal of Bioethics (full-text available only to subscribers). You can enter your email to receive weekly news updates. There are also links to debates, articles, reports on featured topics: cloning, genetics, and NBC's ER.
BioethicsWeb offers free access to a searchable catalog of Internet sites and resources covering biomedical ethics. Descriptions of each web site are available. No new materials have been added since February 2010, but existing links and resources on this website wil be updated through July 2011.
The resources page provides links to the Center's Summaries & Overviews (topics included are: human stem cells, organ transplantation, distributing limited health care resources, resuscitation decisions, end of life care, research ethics, and new frontiers in genetic testing and screening); suggested readings and related sites on animal research, end of life care, organ transplants, reproductive technologies, research ethics, and stem cells.
An independent, nonprofit organization formed in 2002 to foster the exchange of information on stem cell research. The web site provides general information about the society. It also includes the full text of the monthly "ISSCR Newsletter" (2002-) which collects worldwide news on stem cell research as well as highlights of recent literature on the topic.