dateMonday, 29 April, 2024
time6 PM

Bioethics in an Islamic Context

In this presentation, I will share findings from an empirical study that offers a thematic analysis of 76 interviews with Muslim doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, chaplains and community faith leaders across the UK, as well as patients and families.

Dr Mehrunisha is Director of Medical Ethics and Law Education at the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford. She is a medically trained bioethicist and public health researcher, whose research experience spans healthcare systems analysis to empirical ethics evaluation. Her research interests intersect global health research ethics and clinical ethics particularly where religious and cultural views and values of patients, clinicians and researchers are pertinent. She has extensive outreach and engagement experience, including working with minority groups and diverse sectors across the UK and globally.

Zoom link will be published here later.