EMPIRICAL ETHICS SECTION - RIYADH

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The section conducts empirical ethics studies that are relevant to the Saudi population. Although perception ought to govern the generation of ethical issues, reality (rather than perception) must often govern their resolution. Several widely held ethical views that were based on normative ethical perspectives did not stand empirical testing. Thus, there has recently been a move toward evidence-based bioethics like that in medicine. The section also offers one module of the semi-annual Clinical Research Professionals’ Course:

  • Experimental and Philosophical Approaches to Ethics: Application to Clinical Research Module (1 week), accredited with 22 CME hours by SCFHS and 29.50 CME hours by the AACME.

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