Introducing the Bioethics Summer Program

Bad governance remains a prevalent issue in business environments, including within the dynamic tapestry of Pakistan’s organisational landscape. While the impact of harmful governance is well-documented in the form of low morale, decreased productivity, high turnover rate, and much more, how exactly are bad leaders formed and how can we protect ourselves from the adverse consequences of intergenerational governance?

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Cycle of Bad Governance: Unlearning for a Better Future

Bad governance remains a prevalent issue in business environments, including within the dynamic tapestry of Pakistan’s organisational landscape. While the impact of harmful governance is well-documented in the form of low morale, decreased productivity, high turnover rate, and much more, how exactly are bad leaders formed and how can we protect ourselves from the adverse consequences of intergenerational governance?

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Ethical considerations at the End-of-life care in low and middle income countries (LMICs)

Ethical challenges in end-of-life care require balancing patient autonomy with cultural beliefs. Collaborative efforts involving healthcare teams, patients, and families are essential for decision-making. Despite challenges in low and middle-income countries, initiatives by organizations like WHO and local NGOs aim to improve access to palliative care and raise awareness about dignified end-of-life care.

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Adolescents and Parents: Navigating Ethical Dilemmas in the Relationship Dynamic

Navigating ethical dilemmas in parent-teen relationships during adolescence is crucial for mental health interventions. Balancing autonomy with parental guidance and respecting privacy fosters trust and resilience. Cultivating strong family bonds and providing access to mental health resources are vital for adolescent well-being, emphasizing the ethical imperative of supporting healthy relationship dynamics.

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