Bioethics Conferences, Lectures, and Events
The Program hosts several events each year for the public and for staff; from week long retreats to hour long lectures. Check back here regularly to see what is being offered.
Ethics WebEx Conference
Whose Decision is it?
Guidelines for Health Care Decision Making
Video coming soon.
This free educational conference took place in January 2015.
At the conclusion of this course, the learner was able to:
- List the steps for medical decision making in different patient care scenarios.
- Describe the role of a surrogate decision maker and standards applicable to them.
- Differentiate between the ‘substituted judgment’ and ‘best interest’ standards for medical decision making.
Ruchika Mishra, Ph.D, and William S. Andereck, MD.
Summer Workshop 2015
Date and location for the 2015 Summer Workshop in Clinical Ethics will take place Saturday, June 6. Topic and title will soon be publicized.
Should you have any inquiries regarding the content or details from our concluded 2014 workshop, Brain Death and other Ethical Challenges in Clinical Medicine, or any previous workshop, please contact us.
Department of Medicine Noon Conference Series
Here are the upcoming dates when a PMHV speaker will lecture about a clinical ethics topic for CPMC’s medical residents. This annual lecture series is part of our collaboration with Graduate Medical Education, where we teach clinical ethics to physicians in training.
- Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
- Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
The Albert R. Jonsen Bioethics Symposium
The Journey of Bioethics: Past, Present, and Future
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Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education
The International Bioethics Retreat
Dr. Andereck (second row, second from right), Drs. Mishra and Kushner (seated front row, far right), joined by fellow bioethicists at the International Bioethics Retreat, Paris.
Cambridge University Press partners with Sciences Po, Chesapeake IRB, Reid Hall (Columbia University) and Program in Medicine and Human Values, to host the Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education. This annual consortium, allied with the International Bioethics Retreat, brings bioethics educators from all over the world to engage in information sharing, bioethics education innovation, and scholarship. We at PMHV take pride in our long-standing international collaborations, thus we are well represented as both events are organized by Dr. Thomasine Kushner, with Dr. William Andereck serving as Master of Ceremonies. Please visit icmbioethics.com/ for dates and more detailed information.