Please join us for the launch of the "Bioethics with Bigger Impact" event series on November 15th 2-3pm Eastern time to discuss "Communicating Ethical Challenges in Crises." This first event in the series looks at bioethics communication especially regarding policy, institutions, and media--something many of us might be thinking about how to impact especially today, … Continue reading Bioethics with Bigger Impact: Virtual Event Series Launch November 15th
On Thursday, September 15, join UC's Center for Public Engagement with Science for a panel discussion about how research from a range of disciplines can lead to community change, policy, and other tangible outcomes.
It is probably safe to say that many people who never previously took interest in US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory processes have been learning a lot about them this past year by paying close attention to the development, review, and roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines. Tens of thousands of individuals in the US enrolled … Continue reading Raising Ethical Questions About Off-Label Use of Covid-19 Vaccines
Did you miss Dr. Goldenberg's talk about her research and book on vaccine hesitancy this week? You can still hear it here, hosted by the Mercantile Library. Dr. Goldenberg stressed the ways that doctors and scientists can change their language, listen to and address concerns, and consider the wide variety of reasons that individuals may … Continue reading Vaccine Hesitancy with Dr. Maya J. Goldenberg
Image shows a person using hand sanitizer. We want to give everyone a few updates about how the spread of COVID-19 will impact Center activities going forward. Of course, this information is subject to change as time goes on. Workshop: The Workshop on Public Engagement with Science that was previously scheduled for May 13-15 has … Continue reading COVID-19 Updates for Center