Australian Commissions and Committees on Issues in Bioethics
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 1989 Aug; 14(4): 403-424.
We examine the role of Australian state and federal committees and law reform commissions in bioethics. Most have been concerned with in vitro fertilization and embryo research. We find deficiencies in the standards of reasoning about the underlying ethical issues raised by these techniques. We suggest stronger representation of those with a background in ethics.
Advisory Committees; Bioethical Issues; Bioethics; Cryopreservation; Cultural Pluralism; Consent; Embryo Research; Embryo Transfer; Embryos; Ethicists; Ethics; Evaluation; Fetal Tissue Donation; Fetuses; Health; In Vitro Fertilization; Law; Legal Aspects; Legislation; Mothers; Organ Donation; Ovum; Philosophy; Presumed Consent; Public Opinion; Public Policy; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Sperm; Standards; Surrogate Mothers; Tissue Donation;
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