The Ethics Advisory Committee has launched an anonymous survey to better understand ESCMID members and survey participants' involvement in bioethics and their perceptions of priorities and gaps in the field of bioethics and Infectious Diseases. The results will also help the EEAC to better define what is seen as ethical issues and, accordingly, design a framework to approach them in a consistent and systematic way.

The survey can be completed here.


The ESCMID Ethical Advisory Committee (EEAC) is an independent body that shall advise the ESCMID Executive Committee (EC) on specific ethical, regulatory, social and philosophical issues related to ESCMID funded-research projects and scientific behaviour of members or appointed persons in matters related to ESCMID activities.


More information about key functions and responsibilities of the EEAC can be found here.


For more information about the EEAC members click here.