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Public health ethics is a core public health competency and there is growing recognition of its importance in decision making, policy and practice.
ASPHER, in collaboration with other colleagues, is carrying out a brief survey of the Schools of Public Health and other bodies involved with education and training in public health ethics in Europe to better understand current activities, views and perspectives on the issue. This understanding will assist in considering options for further development of education and training in public health ethics.
We should be grateful if you could assist in completing the following online questionnaire through the link below. This will take no more than ten minutes to complete. If possible the questionnaire should be completed by a designated lead on the issue, programme director, or other suitable members of your faculty.
The survey can be accessed via your computer, tablet or mobile phone at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ASPHER_ETHICS
We hope that you can assist in completing the survey and share with us your knowledge and experience. We should also very much welcome any other insights, ideas, views or comments you may have to better understand the current situation and options for further development of education and training in public health ethics. Results will be shared with you and also disseminated through the ASPHER and other networks.
If you require any further information or clarification please contact Dr Frances Butcher at email@example.com
Thank you in advance for your assistance in completing the questionnaire. We look forward working with you to advance this important area
Professor Kasia Czabanowska,
Immediate Past President, ASPHER
Dr Farhang Tahzib,
Chair of UK Faculty of Public Health Ethics Committee