Ethics and Medicine 2.0 – AMSA-Kyrgyzstan

Name of the activity: Ethics and Medicine 2.0

Country/NMO: AMSA-Kyrgyzstan

Program: Ethics and Human Rights in Health

Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator

Type of the activity: Continuous Activity

Category: Education

Focus area: Human Rights for Medical Professionals in daily clinical settings, Medical Ethics (Patient Centered Care, Good Medical Practice, direct doctor-patient relationship), Rights of patients, doctors and medical students

Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions)

Problem statement:

Ethics’ being one of the foundation stones of the medical profession is vanishing along with its vitality over the period of time. Doctors as well as doctors to be are gradually getting detached from ethical living.Since Bioethics is not only the study of the ethical issues emerging from advances in biology, medicine and technologies but also proposes the discussion about moral discernment in society and is often related to medical policy and practice which future doctors should be aware about.

Target groups:

  • Medical students
  • Healthcare Students


  • Medical students


1.To make surrounding people aware of their rights and obligations, especially being a part of the medical field .

2.To have a record of knowledge among medical students about bioethics and its significance

3.To advocate at least 80% of medical students attending the competition, about the applications and examples of Bioethics.

4.To preach the role of Bioethics in day to day life as healthcare professional in day 2 session to at least 75% of our attendees.

5.To drag attention of the attendees  towards the topic of bioethics and issues regarding the same by posting videos on social media handles.

6.To know both pros and cons of BIOETHICS in day to day life through a debate.

Indicators of Success:

1.Participants will get to know about their obligations in the medical field being healthcare providers and application of ethics in medicine through the debate.

2.Almost 95% of attendants would be  well acknowledged with the basics of bioethics and it’s vitality in the medical profession.

3.80-85% of participants would get  a wide range of experience in the discussion done during the debate.

4.Role of Bioethics in day to day life will be  explained  where attendees can ask  their queries to the speaker participants of the day and get  their doubts cleared.

5.This debate will be fruitful to exchange both plus and minus ideas regarding bioethics with a healthy discussion during the debate.


1.Opening calls for the debate competition participants through  social media.

2.Whatsapp groups for participants will be formed and details will be introduced to them. 

1.Introduction of participants and event

2.Chit selection and division of the 4 teams.

ICE BREAKING SESSION 1 and Game 1 (5-7 mins)

  1. PPT presentation by the National Officers. (7 mins)
  2. General questionnaire for the audience.(Q and A session) 5.DEBATE COMPETITION

Phase 1 :-  GROUP DEBATE. Team Pros Vs Team Cons


Phase 1: (team alpha v/s beta)

Euthanasia  pros and cons (3 mins)

Phase 2: (team delta v/s sigma)

Abortion pros and cons (3-3 mins)

Phase 3: (winners of phase 1 v/s phase 2)

Eugenics pros and cons (3 mins) 

  1. Chit selection by the members of winning team for the final round
  2. Games between the phases (5-7 min)

Case scenarios (1 for each finalist)

Each finalist (2 mins)

  1. Final RESULT 
  3. Closing Ceremony

Plans for evaluation:

1.We use Google form to get an approximate information regarding knowledge of bioethics among the students of all LMOs as pre evaluation

2.We use the same for post evaluation 

  1. Interviews of the attendees as well as the participants will be taken to have an idea about their experiences.

External collaborations:


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