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2017 Conference on Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology

Dec 1, 2016 by Matthew J. Brown

The 7th Annual Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology Conference at The Center for Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology The University of Texas at Dallas Richardson, Texas, USA May 18-20, 2017 Including sessions presented jointly with the Comics and Popular Arts Conference Conference Information Program Draft (PDF) (Grid) – Updated May 10 Registration Donate to […]   Read more

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Statement of Aims, Values, and Norms

Apr 4, 2017 by Matthew J. Brown

Agreement By registering to participate in the VMST annual conference, you agree to take active responsibility to promote the aims, values, and norms described below. You agree to refrain from conduct that is disruptive, destructive, or otherwise threatens the ability of attendees to participate as equals. Aims of the Conference The Center for Values in […]   Read more

The ethics of using unethical research

May 13, 2014 by Matthew J. Brown

(Part II of Fergal’s series on citing Nazi and other unethical research. Continued from Part I.)  Initially I thought that the ethical question of whether it is acceptable to cite or use Nazi research data would be enough. However as I researched this topic and read more about the ethics of using data from previous […]   Read more

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