Bioethics Grand Rounds
Save the date!
Late May 2019
“Time for a Heart-to-Heart: Reflections on Life in the Face of Death”
Bob Mitchell, Ph.D.
Novelist, essayist, poet, memoirist, heart and kidney transplant survivor
We invite you to join us for Bioethics Grand Rounds, sponsored by the Department of Bioethics & Humanities. This is a CME credit activity.
Sign up to receive information about Bioethics Grand Rounds at the bioethics mailing list at https://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/bioethics.
||Panel: Claire Creutzfeldt, MD; Denise M Dudzinski, PhD, MTS; James A Fausto, MD
"Is Death Relative? Navigating the Clinical Complexities Surround Brain Death"
||Jon F Merz, MBA, JD, PhD
||Legal privilege and waivers of consent for research
||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?”