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Sound Decisions: An Undergraduate Bioethics Journal

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Bioethics @ Collins Library

Bioethics is a field of study that examines the ethical implications of biological and medical research and practice.  The focus of bioethics is intensely and inherently cross-disciplinary and as such, you can expect your research to involve aspects of biology and the natural sciences, neuroscience, religion, philosophy, literature, sociology, psychology, politics, economics, and business.

This library guide to Bioethics is intended for students who are taking bioethics-related coursework or who are simply interested in exploring and learning more about the questions bioethics raises. 

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