Course in Applied Ethics

From May 5 to June 4

Activity postponed and dates tbe confirmed 

Is it ethical to legalize surrogate motherhood? Is it legitimate to use biotechnology not just to cure disease but to improve people? Can we study education, medicine and nursing using virtual methods? How can the advantages and drawbacks of environmental policies be distributed fairly?


The Grífols Foundation Chair of Bioethics has organized a 30-hour course on applied ethics, designed to provide tools to analyse situations that arise in our personal, professional and social lives.


5 May to 4 June

From 18:00 to 21:00

Parc Sanitari Pere Virgili de Barcelona


Coordinated by Ester Busquets, with the participation of Jordi Pigem, Begoña Román, Francesc Torralba, Bernabé Robles, Salvador Cardús, Núria Terribas and Xavier Ramón.


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