Conducting Research in Organizations on Ethical Matters While Focusing On Challenges, Issues and Other Aspects
Author: Abul K. Rashid
Affiliation: President, Dr. R. Solutions LLC, White Settlement, Texas, USA
Place of Birth: Bangladesh, April 1977 - USA Citizen
Biography: Dr. Rashid is the founder and President of the consulting firm, Dr. R Solutions. LLC. He is also a faculty member of the Tarrant County College, Arlington, Texas. In addition to his business and academic roles, Dr. Rashid is a regular speaker on ethics and religion at different institutes.
Audience: Undergraduate and graduate students, organizational and IT researchers, and management.
The Scepticaemic Surgeon: How Not to Win Friends and Influence People
Author: A Collection of Essays by Michael Baum
Affiliation: Professor Emeritus of Surgery & Visiting Professor in Medical Humanities, University College London, UK
Place of Birth: London
Baum held chairs of surgery at Kings College London, the Institute of Cancer
Research and University College London. In the past he has been President of
the British Oncology Association. He has been awarded the William McGuire prize
at San Antonio Texas, the St Gallen prize in Switzerland, the gold medal of the
International College of surgeons for his research into the treatment of breast
cancer. His autobiography “Breast
Beating: One man’s odyssey in the search for an understanding of breast cancer,
the meaning of life and other simple questions” was published in 2011 and his
first novel “The third Tablet of the Holy Covenant” was published in 2013.
Audience: Mostly for medical professionals but it should be accessible to lay
people with an interest in philosophy and science.