The Internet is replete with resources available to those with an interest in bioethics including education, research involving human participants and animals, medical and health care ethics, and the implications of applied genetics and biotechnology. This website contains a broad collage of annotated web links, and while this list is comprehensive, it is not totally inclusive. The listed resources provide background information and various positions on issues in bioethics. Where possible, we have linked directly to those positions.
The Health Research Group is the health arm of Public Citizen and promotes research-based, system-wide changes in health care policy as well as providing advice and oversight concerning drugs, medical devices, doctors and hospitals and occupational health.
Strategies For Hope aims to promote informed, positive thinking and practical action by all sections of society, in dealing with HIV and AIDS. The Strategies For Hope Series is a range of books, videos and a training package designed to disseminate information about practical strategies of HIV/AIDS care, support and prevention in developing countries
The purpose for which ISEqH was formed is to promote equity in health and health services internationally through education, research, publication, communication and charitable support.
Is a source for global information on HIV/AIDS medicine, prevention, and policy issues. Also contains regional and country-level analyses of key policy issues. HIV Insite is based at the University of California San Francisco.
AMREF's mission, in partnership with communities, governments and donors, is to improve health care for the underserved in Africa through service delivery, training and research.
PRB is dedicated to providing timely, objective information on US and international population trends. They inform policymakers, the media, and concerned citizens working in the public interest about the demographic trends that shape our world.
An international, nonprofit, nongovernmental institution that seeks to improve the wellbeing and reproductive health of current and future generations around the world and to help achieve a humane, equitable, and sustainable balance between people and resources. The Council conducts biomedical, social science, and public health research and helps build research capacities in developing countries.
AIDS/HIV/STD, family planning, reproductive health and women's studies: Family Health International works to improve reproductive health around the world, with an emphasis on developing countries.
A collection of high-quality, peer-reviewed resources for physicians, other health care professionals, and the general public. The site is produced and maintained by JAMA editors and staff under the direction of an editorial review board of leading Women's Health authorities. It includes updates on News items on women's health, a journal scan, STD and Contraception Information.