Session 1: Bioethics, Advisory Roles and Policy-Making
Julian Sheather (Special adviser in ethics and human rights to the British Medical Association and an ethics adviser to Médecins Sans Frontières) and Sarah Chan (Reader and Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Edinburgh)
Session 2: Bioethics and Policy: Two examples
Pete Mills (Assistant Director, Nuffield Council on Bioethics) and Ruth Chadwick (Professor Emerita, University of Cardiff, Visiting Professor, IDEA Centre, University of Leeds, and HUGO Ethics Committee Member)
Session 3: Bioethics: What do the (post)humanities have to offer and how can we include them?
Roundtable discussion between Stefan Herbrechter (Writer and researcher, co-director of Critical Posthumanism Network), David Roden (Lecturer in Philosophy, Open University) and Sarah Bezan (Newton International Fellow, University of Sheffield). Chaired by Megen de Bruin-Molé (Teaching Fellow in Digital Media Practice, Winchester School of Art andEditor, Genealogy of the Posthuman)
Session 4: Bioethics from Research to Public Perception: Attitudes, approaches, language
Roundtable discussion between Rick Dolphijn (Associate Professor, Utrecht University and Honorary Professor at Hong Kong University, Michael Wee (Education and Research Officer, The Anscombe Bioethics Centre), and Anna Roessing (Doctoral Researcher, University of Bath). Chaired by Zosia Edwards (Doctoral Researcher, Royal Holloway, University of London)