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Canadian Bioethics Society

Fort 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.

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