The Turnbull Ethics Group is a discussion and seminar group aimed at healthcare students but open to all. It is the main educational activity of the SCMA and addresses a variety of ethical and bioethical issues. In addition to the short talk there is always time for tea and discussion at these meetings :)

Seminars take place on the first Monday's during term time and start at 7.30pm. Meetings generally run to 9pm and take place in Turnbull Hall, the Catholic Chaplaincy in Glasgow University. If you are interested in receiving notification of forthcoming talks please sign up here.

Information and summaries on previous events are listed below.

A Review by Paula Blair – a participant at our last meeting on Antenatal Palliative Care in June 16

The 2016 Spring-Summer meeting explored the theme of ‘Antenatal Palliative Care’, with Dr Kathleen O’Reilly and Staff Midwife Catherine McNeil as guest speakers. Catherine McNeil talked attendees through the various antenatal tests which are offered to pregnant woman as part of their antenatal care, including screening tests for chromosome disorders …

Ethics and the Media – 1.12.15

The SCMA were pleased to welcome Mr David Kerr, Communications Director for the Archdiocese of St Andrew’s & Edinburgh to speak at …