Impact Ethics

NTE in Action

Mason Institute blog reviews the J Kenyon Mason Annual Lecture with visiting speaker Françoise Baylis: "Baby-making: the harms of transnational commercial contract pregnancy"

Francoise Baylis presents "Ladies, Don't Freeze your Eggs" at Ryerson University and University of Windsor

Dave Snow presents "Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy: Can We Get Past the Roadblocks?" at the Dalhousie Health Law and Policy Seminar Series

Katharine Browne presents "Reason and Pareto-Optimization: David Gauthier, Updated" at the Dalhousie Philosophy Colloquium

Angel Petropanagos presents "The Meaning of 'Age' in the Advanced Parental Age Controversy" at the Dalhousie Philosophy Colloquium and speaks on the Ethical Challenges of Uterine Transplantation at the IWK's OBGYN Grand Rounds

Five Dalhousie faculty, including Françoise Baylis, post a statement online in response to the dentistry scandal at Dalhousie. At a rally the same day, Amina Abawajy and Ellen Taylor read this spoken word poem (pdf)

NTE in Print

Françoise Baylis' commentary, "Left Out in the Cold: Arguments Against Non-Medical Oocyte Cryopreservation" in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada

Françoise Baylis on Healthy Debate Opinion: Will Quebec's cut to IVF funding lead to more multiple pregnancies?

Matthew Herder in the National Post
A new bill will make Health Canada’s drug approvals more transparent. In theory, anyway

Katharine Browne, Angel Petropanagos and Samantha Copeland contribute to UNESCO’s consultation on Recommendation on the Status of Scientific Researchers

Alana Cattapan and co-authors' commentary in the International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics
“Breaking The Ice: Young Feminist Scholars Of Reproductive Politics Reflect On Egg Freezing”

Kelly Holloway in Social Science & Medicine
“Uneasy subjects: Medical students’ conflicts over the pharmaceutical industry”