ASBH

AcronymDefinition
ASBHAmerican Society for Bioethics and Humanities
ASBHAgency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina
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For over 25 years, The ANA Center for Ethics and Human Rights has advocated for social justice and the protection of human rights and tirelessly provided ethical guidance, both theoretical and practical, at the state, national, and international levels," ASBH said in a statement.
More dramatically, when Kass presented the keynote at the ASBH in 2004, the atmosphere in the lecture room crackled with hostility and some in the audience stood with their backs to him as he spoke.
I agree with Robert Baker that ASBH ought to be at the center of this process.
Thanks also to John Tilburt and delegates at the 2004 annual ASBH meeting in Philadelphia and to my colleagues in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Delaware for very enriching discussion.
Consider Beyond Therapy, the 2003 Council report that occupied a plenary session at the ASBH conference in 2004.
I turned for moral guidance to the ASBH task force on conflicts of interest, which offered three criteria for evaluating the moral issues in getting paid for bioethical consulting work.
The views and opinions contained in this article/report are those of the members of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) and the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics (ASLME) Task Force on Bioethics Consultation in the Private Sector, and should in no way be construed as representing official policies of the ASBH or the ASLME, their membership, or their boards of directors.
It is fortunate that ASBH did not endorse this report, but its failure to repudiate it and set a higher standard says it is time for new persons--outsiders--to watch the bioethicists.
An earlier version of this report was discussed at an open session at the 2001 ASBH Annual Meeting.