Just before Christmas we released version three of the CASE website which is simpler and more accessible than previous versions. The site is also more interactive with constantly changing content and the use of forums for the exchange of ideas (to be launched in February 2009). If you explore this site you’ll note that:
We are excited about a one-day CASE conference that is planned for the 21st March this year on the topic of Medical ethics: Christian perspectives on life and death. This is our first attempt to bring to Sydney a forum where those interested in a biblical approach to the very topic issue of medical ethics can meet like-minded colleagues. The conference will cover a broad sweep of ethically issues in the medical field. We think it will be a vital day for students and practitioners in the health professions, for Christian workers and indeed, for all Christians.
There will also be a panel consisting of the day’s speakers when participants can ask any questions to do with bioethics.
The conference will run from 8.30-4pm and will be held at New College in Sydney (UNSW).
The current issue of Case magazine (Case #17) is out. Case #17 focuses on medical ethics. Issues covered include ‘Bioethics and the future’, principle-based ethics, beginning- and end-of-life issues and a thought-provoking off-the-topic article critiquing 21st century educational attitudes and practices. Become a CASE Associate to receive a copy of Case #17 and the subsequent three issues of Case. By becoming a CASE associate you will also receive discounts/free entry to CASE events and will have access to associates-only resources on our website. To find out more about becoming a CASE Associate click here.
Professor Trevor Cairney Director, Centre for Apologetic Scholarship and Education (CASE)
New College, University of NSW, 2052. Ph: +61 2 9381 1999 F: +61 2 9381 1909.
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