The Albert R. Jonsen Bioethics Symposium
Honoring one of the founders of bioethics
Thank you to all participants!
Thank you to all supporters and participants of the Albert R. Jonsen Bioethics Symposium held October 10, 2012 at The City Club in San Francisco! Following the symposium, a reception was held in honor of Dr. Jonsen.
Albert R. Jonsen, Ph.D., Senior Ethics Scholar-in-Residence at CPMC's Program in Medicine and Human Values, is one of the founders of the field of Bioethics.
A Bioethics Symposium round table with the founding figures in Bioethics was held on October 10, 2012 in San Francisco, featuring prominent figures in Bioethics who are nationally renown as both pioneers and scholars in Bioethics, including:
- Dan Callahan, PhD - Senior Research Scholar and President Emeritus of The Hastings Center
- William J. Winslade, PhD - Professor of Philosophy in Medicine, Institute for the Medical Humanities, University of Houston Law Center
- Ruth Faden, Ph.D - Johns Hopkins University, Berman Institute of Bioethics
- Al Jonsen, PhD - Senior Ethics Scholar-in-Residence, California Pacific Medical Center
Make a gift to Bioethics
in honor of Dr. Jonsen
CPMC is creating a Bioethics Endowed Chair in honor of Dr. Jonsen’s career contributions to the field of bioethics. If you would like to make a gift to the Bioethics Endowed Chair in honor of Dr. Jonsen:
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Make an online gift today via our secure payment method. Select "Bioethics Endowed Fund-in honor of Dr. Jonsen" from the Designation menu (2nd screen).
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Make your check payable to CPMC Foundation and mail to:
c/o Helen Dannelly
2015 Steiner Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
Director of Major Gifts
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Select "Bioethics Endowed Fund in honor of Dr. Jonsen" from the Designation menu (2nd screen). Thank You.
Thank you to everyone who attended! You can still honor Dr. Albert Jonsen with a donation.