This is a blog for Sydney Health Ethics.

Sydney Health Ethics is a centre of the University of Sydney within the Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health.

The Centre was first established in 1995 by Australian philosopher, surgeon and poet Miles Little, and has since gained an international reputation for its innovative approach to research, education, consultation and community outreach activities.

Researchers and teachers at Sydney Health Ethics seek to stimulate creative thought, dialogue and action by engaging different disciplinary perspectives including medicine and science, public health, philosophy, ethics and bioethics, sociology, social linguistics, psychology, history and law.

This blog serves as a place for engagement and dialogue with the research at Sydney Health Ethics.


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