In advance of our January 12-13 conference on research ethics, the Centre for Biomedical Ethics at NUS will be hosting a stakeholder consultation workshop on the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) draft policy on incidental findings in research. Participants will:
- learn about the content of this draft policy;
- hear local & international experts’ perspectives; and
- explore specific aspects in facilitator-led breakout groups.
Representatives from MOH will be present to provide clarifications on the policy as needed. Feedback generated by participants will be systematically collated and provided to MOH after the event. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Registration is free and open but spaces are limited. We have reserved 15 spaces especially for clinician scientists (registered medical practitioners who also engage in research). These individuals should register at the clinician scientist registration page. Others should register at the general registration page. Once the 15 slots reserved for clinician scientists are filled, subsequent clinician scientist registrants should use the general registration page if not yet full.