Dr Cristina Fernandez-Garcia
Training Fellow in Health Economics
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- Address: Institute of Health & Society
Newcastle upon Tyne
Germline cognitive and moral enhancements: An exploration of their potential impact on distributive justice and a case for their incorporation into the Rawlsian political conception
The aim of this thesis is to provide a comprehensive analysis of the impact on distributive justice of germline cognitive and moral enhancements, and to explore how these technologies can become part of the Rawlsian account of justice.
Ethics of cognitive and moral enhancements
Moral status and genetic enhancements in humans.
Genetic enhancements and distributive justice.
Healthcare allocation and social justice
Medical undergraduate curriculum:
Ethics and Genetics.
Common Ethical Issues.
Ethical Issues in the use of Human Tissue.