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CHA provides numerous resources, annual in-person educational programs and audioconferences to help members sustain their commitment to the ideals, values and vision of health care as a ministry to persons in need.
The Catholic Medical Association (UK) is a registered charity which all Catholic healthcare professionals, hospital chaplains and managers involved in clinical service may join to access a range of services which aim to make it easier for you to integrate your faith and your clinical practice, to network online or at branch meetings with like-minded colleagues in your area or with specialty interests in common.
The Catholic Bishops’ Bioethics Committee is a unique body, established by the three Catholic Bishops’ Conferences of the United Kingdom and Ireland. The members of the Committee have a range of expertise in the field of bioethics and offer advice to the Bishops about the science and ethics of current developments.
The National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC), established in 1972, conducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences, and derives its message directly from the teachings of the Catholic Church.
The Anscombe Centre is a Roman Catholic academic institute that engages with the moral questions arising in clinical practice and biomedical research. It brings to bear on those questions principles of natural law, virtue ethics, and the teaching of the Catholic Church, and seeks to develop the implications of that teaching for emerging fields of practice.