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Françoise Baylis fonds

  • MS-2-807
  • Fonds
  • 1996 - 2017
Fonds comprises records documenting Françoise Baylis's work as a bioethics scholar, educator and public intellectual, including her teaching, research, publishing and professional activities. Records include lecture and presentation notes and slides, manuscripts, publishing contracts, editorial correspondence and reviews, committee notes, agendas and correspondence.

Baylis, Françoise

Françoise Baylis's employment records

Subseries contains administrative and legal records pertaining to positions held by Françoise Baylis, including honorary positions (e.g., fellowships). Record types include letters of nomination, employment and promotion, university transcripts and applications.

Françoise Baylis's contributions to policy

File includes transcript extracts from National Bioethics Advisory Commission on research involving human embryonic stem cells; a draft prepared by Baylis on the SOGC Ethics Committee position on involuntary intervention in the lives of pregnant women; and 2 articles on stem cell farming.

Françoise Baylis's grant records

Series contains records illustrating Francoise Baylis's achievements in the acquisition of major grants for both research and training purposes, both as principle investigator and in the role of co-investigator or collaborator. The records are primarily administrative in nature, such as applications, letters of intent, correspondence and meeting notes with colleagues, as well as correspondence with granting agencies and research ethics boards. Some files contain draft or published papers. The series includes a sub-series of records pertaining to applications or proposals that were either rejected or declined, and some of these files include brief notes of explanation.

Françoise Baylis's print publication records

Subseries contains editorial records for printed and digital books, book chapters, book reviews, reports, journal articles and book reviews written or co-written by Françoise Baylis. Types of records include publishing agreements, editorial correspondence (including referees’ reports), and occasional draft versions and copies of publications not readily available through the University Libraries.

Françoise Baylis's publication records

Series includes primarily records related to Françoise Baylis's published research outputs and is divided into two subseries that distinguish between print publications and oral presentations. A third subseries contains drafts and correspondence related to unpublished work.

Françoise Baylis's research notebooks

Subseries contains four books containing handwritten notes written in response to (or in preparation for) multiple conference or meeting papers or dialogues. This type of material (research notes) is otherwise largely found in files located in publication or lecture/public speaking series.

Françoise Baylis's expert witness records

Subseries contains records pertaining to Françoise Baylis's employment as a health care ethics expert in legal disputes, with particular reference to issues around the withholding or withdrawing of life-sustaining treatment.

Françoise Baylis's committee, professional and public services records

Series contains records illustrating Françoise Baylis's professional service, including committee work, Governor-In-Council appointments, and legal consultation as an expert witness. Other records pertain to her research appointments (e.g., Canada Research Chair) and elected positions (e.g., RSC fellowship). Also included in this series is a file of clinical consultations from Françoise Baylis's employment as a bioethicist at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto. Records include correspondence, minutes, agendas, contracts, reports and court documents. Related written reports and/or presentations may be located in other series.

Françoise Baylis's hospital teaching records (grand rounds)

Subseries comprises records related primarily to hospital teaching, including grand rounds, which is a presentation/lecture given to an audience of students, residents and physicians to assist medical professionals in learning/keeping up to date in important and evolving areas that may be outside of their core practice. Record types include lecture notes, slides, overhead transparencies, case studies, question sheets and occasional background materials. File titles are largely taken from the original folders.

Francoise Baylis's teaching records

Series contains records produced in the course of Françoise Baylis's teaching, and is divided into subseries for records related to hospital teaching (Grand Rounds) and those related to university teaching. Record types include course outlines and syllabi, lecture and presentation notes, assignments and exams, and teaching evaluations.

Françoise Baylis's records about the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

Subseries contains records pertaining to the CIHR Standing Committee on Ethics from December 2001 to December 2004, during which time Françoise Baylis served as Co-Chair (a Governor in Council appointment). As such, much of the agenda setting during this period was a function of her priority-setting. In particular there are papers concerning an ongoing controversy between Baylis and CIHR regarding an alleged violation of the CIHR stem cell guidelines. Records types include correspondence, agendas, minutes, readings, recommendations and reports, including drafts. File titles are largely taken from the original folders, from which the materials were removed intact. Subseries also includes later records regarding CIHR Institute Advisory Board Ethics Designates.
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