UK Research & Innovation and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics are seeking to gain a clearer understanding of how the ethical implications of biological and medical research are considered by people and organisations in the UK.
Members are invited to complete a survey which will help researchers to:
- better understand how bioethics questions are chosen and investigated
- think about the lessons we can learn from the pandemic
- explore what further support might be needed by people and organisations to help them consider the ethical implications of biological and medical research.
Researchers would like to hear from anyone who considers the ethical implications of biological and medical research as part of their role. This is likely to include people who work in research institutes and universities, Government departments, Parliamentary bodies, regulatory bodies, research funding bodies, professional bodies, charities, and NGOs.
You can respond anonymously if you wish, and pass it on to colleagues and contacts who have an interest in this subject.
The survey will close at 5pm on 15 September 2021.
If you have any questions about this survey, including how your response will be used, contact Jade Rawling [email protected]