Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Royal Society Report on End-of-Life Issues makes it into Oxford UP textbook

How delightful little surprises such as this can be :). Talking about the wonders of social networking. So here it goes. Samantha Brennan and Charles Weijer (two friends and colleagues at Western University) posted a link on Facebook, advertising their new bioethics textbook. It's called Bioethics in Canada and found no less a publisher than Oxford University Press. The author list certainly reads like a list of the Who is Who in Bioethics internationally and in Canada. Imagine my delight when I discovered - by chance! - that our Royal Society of Canada Report on End-of-Life Decision-Making was reprinted in part in said textbook. Thank you!

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