Our noon conferences are videotaped. See links at the bottom of this page to view presentations.
Interdisciplinary Clinical Ethics Noon Conference
"Deliberate Indifference: Healthcare and the Prison Industrial Complex"
Presented by Erika Ramsdale, M.D., Assistant Professor, Medicine (Hematology/Oncology)
Wed, June 5, 2019, at noon
Medical Humanities Noon Conference
"A Mind Diseased: Phenomenology of Psychopathology in Shakespeare"
Presented by Matthew Dernbach, Y4 Medical Students, UR SMD
Fri, May 10, 2019, at noon
Cluster for Human Values in Health Care Lectures
The interdisciplinary Cluster for Human Values in Health Care seeks to provide opportunities for people throughout the University community and beyond to reflect on, learn about, and appreciate ways in which the humanities and the arts can enhance people's health and the delivery of health care. The Cluster supports several lectures each year, including an annual lecture featuring a nationally known expert in medical humanities and/or bioethics.
2019 Human Values in Health Care Annual Lecture
"Without Consent: The History of Human Radiation Experiments in Rochester, a Family Story"
Presented by Jon Stadt; Eileen Welsome, BA; Gary Chadwick, PharmD, MPH; and Rebecca Garden, PhD
For additional information on upcoming lectures, please see the Palliative Care Program and Division of Medical Humanities and Bioethics Monthly Newsletter.
Special Presentations Interdisciplinary Clinical Ethics Noon Conferences Medical Humanities Noon Conferences