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Annual Report 2022

The report includes activities, awards and bioethics publications for 2021, together with key organizational information.

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Bioethics: Foundations, Applications and Future Challenges

New book published in collaboration with the Fundació Grífols Chair in Bioethics

Routledge has just published "Bioethics: Foundations, Applications and Future Challenges", a book centred on bioethics from three perspectives: its foundations, the current debate in healthcare bioethics, and the future challenges of this discipline.

This book features contributions from leading experts in bioethics and regular contributors to the Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation such as Lydia Feito, Màrius Morlans, Begoña Román, Salvador Macip, Chris Willmott, Juan Pablo Beca and Marc Antoni Broggi.


Josep Eladi Baños (Dean of the UVIC-UCC) participates as editor, along with experts from the Fundació Grífols Chair in Bioethics: Núria Terribas (Director), Ester Busquets (Coordinating Editor) and Irene Cambra (Researcher).


Geared towards students and professionals working in fields related to health sciences, philosophy, psychology, and education, this book caters to both newcomers seeking an introduction to bioethics and those with a keen interest in delving into the latest topics in the field.


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La educación y la bioética
Jaume Funes reflexiona sobre cómo acercar la ética en el aula, más allá del currículo

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12 December, 6:30 p.m.

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12 December, 6:30 p.m.

The Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation and the Ateneu Barcelonès organize a movie forums conducted by Núria Terribas, to promote discussion of bioethical issues among school students.


The sessions addresses issues including identity, social impact, and the right to know one's biological origins through the film "The lost sons", a documentary in the style of a true crime thriller, with dramatic details and unexpected plot twists.


At the age of 8, Paul Fronczak came across some newspaper cuttings in the attic about a baby stolen in Chicago, who later turned up in Newark, Nueva Jersey. His family confirmed that he was the baby, and nothing more was said of the matter. It was only many years later, when Paul's first daughter was born, that he decided to undertake a media search to discover the truth about his biological family.


 Trailer "The lost sons"


12 December, 6:30 p.m.

Ateneu Barcelonès

C/ Canuda, 6, Barcelona

Sala d'actes Oriol Bohigas


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Lecture by Montse Boada


Montse Boada’s lecture aims to elucidate the intricacies of human assisted reproduction, its possibilities, and the ethical considerations essential for ensuring its responsible use not only in the present, but also in the future. Conference held in collaboration with Amics per a la Unesco de Barcelon





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