Military Medical Ethics – Scenario Database

Project Partner and Staff

ID/Number: 25
Last updated: 07 Feb, 2018
Revision: 27
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Project staff

Dr. Daniel Messelken. Center for Military Medical Ethics.
Administrator and Chief editor of the Database.
messelken@ethik.uzh.ch

Project collaborators

Prof. Dr. Heather Draper, Chair of Bioethics, University of Warwick

LtCol Dr. Lizzy Bernthal, Academic Department of Military Nursing, Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Birmingham

Partner and contributing institutions

Center for Military Medical Ethics (CMME)
The Center for Military Medical Ethics (CMME) is a joint project ("Fachzentrum") of the federal Kompetenzzentrum für Militär- und Katastrophenmedizin and the University of Zurich. The CMME is an academic institution situated at the Center for Ethics of the University of Zürich.

The ZH Center for Military Medical Ethics is the leading institution of the MME Scenario Database project. The CMME is also responsible for and covers the costs of the hosting and technical administration.
https://www.militarymedicalethics.ch/

ICMM Center of Reference for Education on IHL and Ethics
The ICMM Center of Reference for Education on IHL and Ethics is a centre for the academic analysis, open discussion and consultation in IHL related to the work of medical personnel and Military Medical Ethics in general.
https://www.melac.ch/

Academic Department of Military Nursing. Royal Center for Defence Medicine, Birmingham
The Academic Department of Military Nursing (ADMN) was inaugurated in 2013. Its mission is to undertake and support research that will generate new knowledge to enhance the scientific foundation of nursing practice and the quality of the care received by patients and their families.
https://www.raf.mod.uk/rcdm/DefenceMedicalAcademicDepartments/admn.cfm

NATO Center of Excellence for Military Medicine
The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) is an international military organisation with the core task to facilitate interoperability between the military medical services in NATO. It was accredited by NATO on 12 October 2009 and is located in Budapest, Hungary.
http://coemed.org/about-us

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