Centre for Applied Ethics (CAE)
Director: Dr Andrew Edgar
The Centre for Applied Ethics was founded in 1989 with the aims of promoting the study of and public interest in Applied Ethics, and of facilitating research in Applied Ethics. The Director from 1989 to 1993 was Dr Ruth Chadwick. The current Director is Dr Andrew Edgar. With a membership that draws on wide-ranging expertise, the Centre's particular concerns are with ethical issues in the biomedical sciences, the environment, international relations and the professions. The aims of the Centre are promoted through publications, lectures, conferences and research projects. The Centre also works in association with other individuals and Centres through out the United Kingdom, and Western and Central Europe. It is the home of the journal, Health Care Analysis.
- Issues in the Philosophy of Medicine
- Issues in Environmental Philosophy and Ethics
- Professional Ethics
- Issues in Development and International Relations