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SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME


Main tasks

The ethics advisory group will observe all issues relevant to ethics in human as well as animal studies. They will deal with all issues of relevance in this context. Where in doubt specialised advice will be obtained from relevant national or local ethics committees and/or data protection authorities.

Chair

Dr. Deirdre Madden

Dr. Deirdre Madden

Dr. Deirdre Madden is a graduate of University College Cork (BCL, LLM, PHD) and a qualified barrister-at-law. She is a Senior Lecturer in Law in UCC with research interests and publications in the area of medical law and ethics. She has been a member of the Irish Medical Council since 2004.

In 2005 she was appointed by the Minister for Health to write a final report on post mortem practice and procedure, subsequently known as the Madden Report. Dr. Madden was also appointed Chairperson of the Commission on Patient Safety and Quality Assurance which published its Report, entitled Building a Culture of Patient Safety, in July 2008.

Members

Prof. Richard Greene

Prof. Richard Greene

Professor Richard Greene, a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, gained much of his clinical experience in the Coombe Womens’ Hospital, Dublin.  In July 1999, he took up a position as Fellow in Maternal-Fetal Medicine in Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, USA. On his return to Ireland in 2001, he joined UCC as Senior Lecturer/Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology: and took up his current posts as Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre (NPEC) and Professor of Clinical Obstetrics, UCC, in 2007. 

His research interests include maternal-fetal medicine, epidemiology, health services research incorporating risk management, quality of service and translational research.

The Ethics Advisory Group (EAG)