Rebecca Greenberg, Canada

Bioethicist
Bioethics
The Hospital for Sick Children

 

Dr. Rebecca Greenberg is a Bioethicist at The Hospital for Sick Children.  Previously, she worked as a Bioethicist at the Centre for Clinical Ethics.  Prior to starting her career in bioethics, she worked as a registered nurse in General Medicine. She is an assistant professor in the Department Paediatrics, a Project Investigator at SickKids’ Research Institute, and a bioethicist member of the Joint Centre for Bioethics, at the University of Toronto.  Rebecca has a Bachelor of Arts (psychology) from the University of Manitoba, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and PhD (bioethics) from the University of Toronto.  She has completed an ethics internship at Baycrest Centre and a post-doctorate fellowship in Clinical and Organizational Ethics at the University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics.  She is the co-chair of both the Canadian Society of Transplantation’s Ethics Committee and Trillium Gift of Life Network Network’s Bioethics Advisory Group and a member of the International Pediatric Transplant Association’s Ethics Committee. Becky has contributed to the academic discourse of paediatric bioethics as she has authored many journal articles, book chapters and recently co-edited the book Ethical Issues in Pediatric Organ Transplantation. Her main research interests include moral distress, transplant ethics, ethics education and priority setting. 


Lectures by Rebecca Greenberg


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