We are pleased to announce the 2014-2015 Charles W. Bodemer Lecturer will be Kathleen Powderly, CNM, PhD. Dr. Powderly is Director of the John Conley Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Dr. Powderly will address Abortion in New York City Before Roe v. Wade, highlighting lessons from the archives.
We hope to schedule this Lecture for the first week of May, 2015. Details to follow as they become available.
||Daniel P. Sulmasy, MD, PhD
||Donation after Cardiac Death: Are there Ethical Reasons for Caution?
||Len Nichols, PhD
||The Physician Leadership We Need
||Ruth R. Faden
||Henrietta Lacks: Ethics at the Intersection of Health Care and Biomedical Science
||James H. Jones
||Placing David in the Bubble
||From Translational to Transplantational in the History of Stem Cell Biology (To view a video of the 2008 lecture by Dr. Jane Maienschein click here.)
||The Wide, Wide World of Bioethics: Cultural Sensitivity and Ethical Relativism
the Famous Get Sick and the Sick Get Famous: Celebrity Patients
and How We Look at Medicine
||E. Haavi Morreim
||Ethical Issues in Research with Surgically
Implanted Devices: Devices Ain't Drugs!
Responsible Public Health in Troubled Times
||William J. Winslade
Injury: Medical Success & Social Failures, Where Do We Go
||David M. Eisenberg
Therapies: Shared Decision Making
||Eric T. Juengst
Ethics: The Human Genome Project, the NIH, and the Lightening
||Gerald N. Grob
Policy in America: Retrospect & Prospect
||Baruch A Brody
Thrombolytic Therapy as a Case in the Ethics of new Drug Development
Ever a Good Thing? Health Insurance and the New Genetics
v. Public Safety
||Sickness and Civilization:
The Role of Constipation in Modern Medical Culture
Care: The Past and The Future
||Allan M. Brandt
||AIDS: From Social
History to Social Policy