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Volume 24 • Number 1

January 2010



University Ethics Consultants

by Scott D. Gelfand

Hospitals and (large) businesses regularly utilize the services of ethics consultants—experts who help resolve ethical problems/dilemmas, provide guidance concerning ethical issues, and assist in the development of policies designed to increase the likelihood that ethically difficult or challenging situations that arise in the future will be resolved satisfactorily. Surprisingly, universities do not employ ethics consultants. In this essay, I will explore the idea of university ethics consultants.

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ISSN: 2152-0542