Mark your calendar now for the ASBH 18th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., October 6-9, 2016.
ASBH members may opt to add their names to a new public database available to the media who contact ASBH seeking expert opinion.
Become a partner to reach more than 1,000 healthcare professionals in the field of clinical and academic bioethics and medical humanities.
The ASBH Early Career Advisor Program gives individuals early in their careers in bioethics or the humanities the opportunity to present a paper or project to more experienced members of ASBH. There will be an opportunity for advisors and authors to discuss their project/paper in an hour and a half meeting in DC to advance authors toward publication or a paper or completion of a project that is significant for their career.
Students who are actively pursuing but have not yet achieved an advanced degree (MD, PhD, JD, or equivalent) may submit papers of no more than 3,500 words in length for consideration for the prestigious ASBH Student Paper Award. All papers are assessed anonymously. Coauthored papers are eligible only if all of the authors are students as previously defined. Previous winners are not eligible for consideration. Award winners will be invited to present their papers in DC on Friday, October 7, 10:45 am.