Annual Ethics/Medical Humanities Grand Rounds
The Interdisciplinary Cluster on Health and Human Values co-ordinates this event. The guest speaker is chosen for his/her nationally or internationally recognized contribution to issues in Ethics or Medical Humanities. These rounds are typically held in October.
This series of conferences, held on the second Friday of every month, features presentations by faculty and guest speakers that address issues in health care through the lens of humanities (including literature, history, philosophy, visual arts, music, religious and cultural studies, theatre and dance).
Interdisciplinary Clinical Ethics Rounds
These rounds, which are organized by the Division, are held on the first Wednesday of every month, from 12 – 1 p.m., and focus on topics of ethical issues and dilemmas in medicine.
Monthly Biopsychosocial Integration Conference
These sessions are held one Friday each month from 8 – 9:15 a.m., on topics related to biospsychosocial medicine, particularly patient-centered health care issues.
This series of conferences are held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 12 – 1 p.m. to provide a multidisciplinary forum for caregivers to discuss important emotional, social and psychological issues that arise in caring for patients with serious illness.
This series of conferences meets on the 4th Wednesday of every month from 12 – 1 p.m. to consider issues related to Palliative and End-of-Life Care.
Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Conferences
This series of conferences are held on the 5th Wednesday of appropriate months from 12 - 1 pm to provide discussions on topics of complementary and alternative medicine.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics Noon Conferences
End of Life Decision-Making for Pediatric Patients with Developmental / Intellectual Disabilities
Presented by Marianne Chiafery, PNP-C, MS, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Wednesday, Nov 5, 2014,
Room K-207 (2-6408)
Piss-Prophets, Percussion and More: A Medical History of Technologies to Examine the Patient
Presented by Stephanie Brown Clark, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Medical Humanities & Bioethics
Friday, Nov 14, 2014,
Room K-207 (2-6408)