Adding Value to Reproductive Health Research. Communicating about the moral dimensions of science. The Added Values Project A new initiative from the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals. ARHP’s Irvin M. Cushner Award. Leading 20 th century public health advocate
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Communicating about the moral dimensions of science
The Added Values Project
A new initiative from the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals
Dick Meyers, Against the Grain, CBSnews.com
November 5, 2004
Bart D. Ehrman
“Now is the time to assertively begin
the long-term process that can help
define and incorporate our own moral principles
into reproductive health education and advocacy work”
Felicia H. Stewart, MD
AbsoluteriskWhy Start With Reproductive Health?
TheFactIs.com, September 1, 2006
Contraception, September 2006
“Viví dentro del monstruo y le conozco sus entrañas, y mi honda es la de David”
Let’s talk about the future
To become involved
David Grimes, MD 2006.