UMontréal, IRCM create living laboratory in ethics to improve health care

The Université de Montréal and l’Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM) have officially announced the establishment of a “living laboratory” called Laboratoire d’éthique vivante (É-LABO). The broad goals of the É-LABO initiative are three-fold: Creating one of the first ethics-focused living laboratories, implementing living ethics approaches in social innovation pilot projects, and drawing on a critical evaluation of this initiative in order to develop a strategy for deployment in other settings. UMontréal states that the interdisciplinary living ethics laboratory will be used to address questions around ethics in health in a collaborative manner as it will enable clinicians, clinical ethicists, researchers, and patient-partners to come together to break down the boundary between research and health organizations. UMontréal| IRCM Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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