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Dr Ray Noble
86-96 Chenies Mews
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  • Honorary Associate Professor
  • UCL EGA Institute for Womens Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Research Themes
Research Summary
Investigation of how ethical issues may act as barriers to health care for women. We are particularly interested in the nature of informed consent and confidentiality in clinical practice and their impact on choices for women. We aim to improve understanding of ethics in women's health by: 1) running courses in ethics in the medical curriculum (SSCs) and incorporationg ethics into existing programmes by running workshops for students at UCL; 2) research and scholarship in ethics in women's health; 3) international collaboration in teaching and scholarship. We are currently working with focus groups of women in India to investigate their experiences of health care. With support from the British Council UKIERI we are working with our colleagues in India to develop short courses in medical ethics to help build capacity for ethics in the medical curriculum in India. The course ran for the first time in December 2007 and again in September 2008 at the Alluri Sitarama Raju Academy of Medical Sciences (ASRAMS), Eluru, Andhra Pradesh.
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