The Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute came about as a result of discussions, dating back to 1998, among some Toronto-area physicians and lawyers, ethicists at the three Catholic hospitals of Toronto, University of St. Michaels College, Regis College, St. Augustines Seminary, and the Canadian Association of the Order of Malta. This group felt that it would be helpful to create a centre or institute to help enhance Catholic research and communi
Canadian Bioethics SocietyFort Lauderdale - United States
The CBS shall be the leading bioethics collaborative forum in Canada working towards advancing the health and well-being of people in Canada and other countries.
The Canadian Bioethics Society (CBS) is a collaborative national member-driven organization that is committed to building bioethics capacity through the promotion of:
Interdisciplinary and inter-professional networks of individuals (including students) and organizations;
Excellence in bioethics education, research, & policy;
The advancement and dissemination of leading practices in bioethics;
The examination of professional issues in bioethics; and
Public engagement and policy development around bioethics issues.
The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities promotes the exchange of ideas and fosters multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and inter-professional scholarship, research, teaching, policy development, professional development and collegiality among people engaged in clinical and academic bioethics and the medical humanities
The Canadian Biochemical Society (CBS) was first conceived by a group of biochemists attending the Canadian Physiological Society meeting held at the University of Ottawa on October 9th, 1957. The purpose of this new society was to foster the science of biochemistry. Our first President was Professor A.M. Wynne, head of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto and our first meeting was held at Queen's University the following s
The mission of the Society of Canadian Colposcopists (SCC) is to strive for the provision of the highest quality of care in the detection and treatment of diseases and pre-invasive lesions of the lower genital tract; to recommend and strengthen the basic standards in the training program in colposcopy and associated treatment modalities; to encourage basic, clinical and epidemiologic research in colposcopy and lower genital tract disease; to deve
The Canadian Society for Immunology (CSI) is an organization that fosters and supports Immunology research throughout Canada. Founded in 1966, the society provides a focal point for Canadian Immunology by organizing an annual spring meeting that alternates between the west and the east of the country. One of the highlights of the annual meeting is the Cinader Award lecture, named in honor of Hardi Cinader, a founding member of CSI and its first p