10.04.20

Thesis: Een zorgethisch perspectief op goede thuiszorg in een tijd waarin technologie is verweven met ons bestaan

https://www.zorgethiek.nu/thesis-een-zorgethisch-perspectief-op-goede-thuiszorg-in-een-tijd-waarin-technologie-is-verweven-met-ons-bestaan/

Wie ben je? Mijn naam is Elmyn Brands. Ik ben 25 jaar oud en ik woon samen met mijn kat Ace in Goirle, vlakbij Tilburg. Gedurende de master Zorgethiek en Beleid was ik werkzaam…

12.07.19

Moederschap en geboorte: relationaliteit als alternatieve ethische benadering

https://www.zorgethiek.nu/moederschap-en-geboorte-relationaliteit-als-alternatieve-ethische-benadering/

Aandacht voor zwangerschap en geboorte gaat vaak uit naar het kind. Nieuw onderzoek dient meer licht te werpen op ethische en existentiële vragen rondom moederschap vanuit relationeel en zorgethisch perspectief.

05.07.19

Interview Liz Newnham

https://www.zorgethiek.nu/interview-liz-newnham/

Interview with Elizabeth Newnham, lecturer in Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. During her doctoral research, which was an ethnographic study of epidural analgesia use within a hospital labour ward setting, she really started to think deeply about the idea of informed consent, an idea which is completely embedded into health care practice and based on the bioethical principle of autonomy.

14.02.19

Pondering ‘STILL LIFE’

https://www.zorgethiek.nu/pondering-still-life/

Hamish MacPherson is a choreographer who creates environments for people to think, learn and be together. He is inspired by care ethical theory and his zine STILL LIFE is one way to contribute to these kinds of environment, is about relationships and configurations, and relevant for thinking about situations of care. In another article I interviewed him about his motivation for the zine.

01.02.19

Hamish MacPherson and his zine STILL LIFE

https://www.zorgethiek.nu/hamish-macpherson-and-his-zine-still-life/

Hamish MacPherson is a choreographer who creates environments for people to think, learn and be together. He is inspired by care ethical theory and his zine STILL LIFE is one way to contribute to these kinds of environment, is about relationships and configurations, and relevant for thinking about situations of care. In this article I interviewed him about his motivation for the zine.