Wednesday, May 2, 2018
UWMC SA3109 (Montlake Tower)
*Describe the HMC-UWMD endocarditis care pathway
*Discuss the moral and medical complexities of addiction as a diagnosis
*List the decision-making challenges for endocarditis in persons who use drugs
*Describe the impact of coping and moral distress for medical providers
PANELISTS: Tracy Brazg, MSW, MPH, MA, PhD-C, UWMC Clinical Ethics Consultant; Ted Gibbons, MD, Professor of Medicine, Clinical Cardiology; Robert D. Harrington, MD, Professor of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; Kevin Koomalsingh, MD, Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery; Keri E. Nasenbeny, RN, MHA, UWMC Assistant Administrator; Richard K. Ries, MD, FAPA, FASM, Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Jamie Shirley, PhD, RN, Chief of NWH Ethics Consultation Service; Jason W. Smith, MD, FACS, Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery; Edward Verrier, MD, FACS, Professor, Division of Cardiac Surgery
We invite you to join us for Bioethics Grand Rounds, sponsored by the Department of Bioethics & Humanities. This is a CME credit activity.
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||Laura Guidry-Grimes, PhD
||Ethical Complexities in Assessing Patients' Insight
Panel: Denise Dudzinski, PhD, MTS
Nancy Jecker, PhD
Babriel S Aldea, MD
Thomas Staiger, MD
Organized by Jame Kirkpatrick, MD
|Endocarditis and the Opiod Crisis:
Justice, Futility, and Resource Utilization
||Paul Ford, PhD
||"Patients Fear and Comfort: Ethical Obligations for
Patients in Awake Procedures"
||Abby Rosenberg, MD, MS
||“Difficult Conversations: Talking with Teens (and Their Parents) about Poor Prognosis”
||Carina Fourie, PhD
||Developing the Moral Taxonomy of Moral Distress
||Robert M. Sade, MD
||Ethics and Surgical Ethics: Same and Different
||Benjamin Wilfond, MD
||A ROMP in the PARC: Research on Medical Practices-Public Attitudes for Research Consent
||Alberto R. Ferreres, MD, PhD, JD, MPH, FACS
||Surgical Errors and Adverse Events: Caring for the Patient and the Surgeon
||Lainie Ross, MD, PhD
||“Living Kidney Donors and Their Recipients:
Who Wants to Know What?”
||Mark Sullivan, MD, PhD
||“Is respecting patient autonomy enough, or must we promote autonomy as well?"
||Autumn Fiester, PhD
||"What Does Patient-Centered Care Demand in Deep Cultural Conflict"
||Paul Menzel, PhD and Bonnie Steinbock, PhD
||"Advance Directives, Dementia, and Assisted Death"
||David Schenck, PhD
||"Death's Broker: Ethics Consultation in the ICU"
||Wylie Burke, MD, PhD
||"Delivering Precision Medicine: The Role of
||Doug Opel, MD, MPH
||Shared Decisiion-Making in Medicine: A Decrepit Concept
||Panel Discussion w/ UW Ethics Advisory Committee:
Moderators: Laura Webster, RN MA and Jamie Shirley, RN, PhD
|The Capacity Conundrum: When Should We Compel Life-Sustaining Treatments Over the Objection of Incompetent Patients?
||Rebecca Levine, JD, MPH
||From Congress and Courts to the Bench and Bedside: Promoting Dialogue between the Health Care and Disability Communities
||Douglas S. Diekema, MD, MPH
Eyes Wide Open: Physician Relationship
with the Pharmaceutical Industry
||Sallie Thieme-Sanford, J.D.
The Supreme Court’s ACA Decision and “the neediest among us”
||Kelly Edwards, Ph.D.
"People Matter: Innovative Approaches to Engage Participants in Research"
||Michael J. Souter, M.B.Ch.B
||"Donation after Cardiac Death –Shades of Grey"
||John T. Slattery, Ph.D. and
S. Malia Fullerton, D.Phil
|“Promoting Responsible Collection and Use of Residual Clinical Specimens in Research:
the Washington Phenotyped Biospecimen Resource”
||J. Randall Curtis, MD, MPH
||"Integrating palliative and critical care: An empirical approach to providing ethical and high quality end-of-life care"
||Mark Tonelli, MD MA
||"The End of Evidence: The Ethics and Epistemology of Clinical Decision Making"
||Paul W. Zarutskie, MD
||"From Babies to Stem Cells: The Ethics of Reproductive Technologies"
||Denise M. Dudzinski, PhD MTS; Thomas Gallagher, MD;
Mary Beth Foglia, PhD RN
“Should hospitals disclose adverse events that might harm multiple patients?”
||James Gordon, MD, FRCPC, FAAN
"Neurological Enhancement and Moral Decision making in Medicine"
||Sarah E. Shannon, PhD, RN
||‘Why Do Families Request “Futile” Life-Sustaining Treatments?’
||Pat Kuszler, MD, JD and
Sallie Sanford, JD
|“How about Health Care Reform? What’s the Prognosis?”