The CCNE (French National Advisory Ethics Council for Health and Life Sciences) reaffirms its commitment to an ethic of fraternity towards exiled individuals. Solidarity and dignity are fundamental values that should guide health policies for the well-being of all.
There are many reasons why a person may one day wish to change their name or surname. In France, legal procedures allow people to request changes in their identity documents, and may use their new name, but only for the future.
Digital technology, and in particular artificial intelligence in health, opens up major prospects for transforming our health system, with the potential to significantly improve the quality of diagnosis and care for patients.
Several debates recurrently cross society about the end of life. Citizens, parliamentarians, associations, caregivers, intellectuals, etc. are discussing whether or not the law should be changed, since current laws do not provide for active assistance in dying.
On the occasion of The Digital Assembly in Toulouse on June 21-22, the French National Pilot Committee for Digital Ethics (CNPEN) organizes a one-day event on June 20 to open a continent-wide discussion and to join efforts among the ethics committees of the EU member states tha
This bulletin is part of the monitoring work on the ethical issues related to the use of digital technology in the context of a health crisis carried out by the Pilot National Committee on Digital Ethics (CNPEN).