Virginia Bioethics Network
Spencer, Edward M.
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1994 Summer; 3(3): 483-485.
The Virginia Bioethics Network (VBN), a self-governing, self-supporting organization of Virginia healthcare institutions and other interested groups and individuals, was officially incorporated in the state of Virginia in December 1993....The mission of the VBN is to advance the knowledge of biomedical ethics within Virginia healthcare institutions and their communities and to support the development of local institutional ethics programs and regional ethics networks throughout the state. The ultimate goal is enhancement of ethical decision making in the clinical setting with all pertinent factors, including community values, being given due consideration during the decision-making process....
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