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  • Ethics Committee Services

    Benefits of Ethics Committee Consortium Membership What is the Ethics Committee Consortium (ECC)? The Center for Practical Bioethics created the Ethics Committee Consortium (ECC) which is the nation’s oldest continuously operating consortium of its kind. Nearly 500 individuals participate in the ECC, representing an estimated 300 ethics committees serving hospitals, hospices, health systems and other…
  • Revising an Ethics Committee Handbook

    Occasionally an institution needs to revise its ethics committee handbook.

  • Measuring Impact of Hospital Ethics Committees

    Ellen Averett, associate professor for health policy and management at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and Terry Rosell, the Rosemary Flanigan Chair at the Center for Practical Bioethics, address the question:

  • KC Regional Hospital Ethics Committee Consortium: 25 Years of Doing Ethics

    Rosemary Flanigan responds to questions on what it means to “do ethics,” how hospitals responded to the creation of ethics committees, accomplishments of the Ethics Committee Consortium, and how the problems it addresses have changed over the years.

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