Bioethics Grand Rounds
Our next Grand Rounds will be January 2015
Paul Menzel and Bonnie Steinbock
January 14, 2015
4:00 - 5:00 pm
Room T-747 HSB
reception to follow
Dr. Menzel and Steinbock will address the issues surrounding advance directives for dementia.
Paul T. Menzel, PhD is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Pacific Lutheran University and Affiliate Professor of Bioethics & Humanities at the University of Washington. Dr. Menzel’s scholarly work has been focused on health care ethics and includes two books on moral questions in health care economics, numerous articles on health system structure and health care reform, and a recently co-edited book (2012) on the tension between treatment and prevention in health policy.
Bonnie Steinbock, PhD is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University at Albany and a founding faculty member of the Union-Mount Sinai Bioethics Program. Like Dr. Menzel, she is a renowned bioethicist. Her scholarship focusses on reproduction and genetics. She is a Fellow of the Hastings Center and has served on a number of working groups in the United States and Europe. Recent articles have been on advance directives, dementia, and physician-assisted death, the appeal to nature, and wrongful life and procreative decisions. She is the author of Life Before Birth: The Moral and Legal Status of Embryos and Fetuses, a second edition of which was published Oxford University Press in July 2011.
We invite you to join us for Bioethics Grand Rounds, co-sponsored by the Department of Bioethics & Humanities and the Ethics Advisory Committee at the University of Washington Medical Center.
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||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?”