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Bioethics: Websites

Trusted Websites

Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University.  Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University, 2014.

Bioethics Resources on the Web / National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, Md.: National Institutes of Health, 2011-.

Bioethics Policy - National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, Md.

Center for Bioethics and Department of Medical Ethics at PENN. University of P. 2011. 

Center for Bioethics - Columbia University

The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity: Exploring the Nexus of Biomedicine, Biotechnology, and Our Common Humanity. Bannockburn, Ill.: The Center, 2011.

Ethics Cases Index - American Medical Association Virtual Mentor

Gruters, G. A. Living Donors: Process, Outcomes, and Ethical Questions Washington, D.C.: President's Council on Bioethics, 2006.

Human Genome Project Information Archive (1990-2003): Ethical, legal and social issues.  Oak Ridge : Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2011.

National Human Genome Institute - National Institutes of Health

How to evaluate a website

Websites  

Good in-depth research often involves using information found on the internet.  When using web resources provided by or recommended by your teacher or librarian, you can feel confident that you have credible sources.  When you independently find resources on the internet, it may not be so clear if you are looking at a credible source.  Click HERE for a few tips to help you evaluate websites.