Biomedical Ethics Seminar Series

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The UCSD Biomedical Ethics Seminar Series meets once monthly for faculty, staff, and students to discuss selected ethics topics.

This series is co-sponsored by the UCSD Institute for Practical Ethics. 

Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are on the third Wednesday of the month, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at UCSD in the Biomedical Research Facility 2, room 2A03 . 

To subscribe/unsubscribe to the Biomedical Ethics Seminar Series mailing list, please send an email to ethics@ucsd.edu.

For more information, contact Mary Devereaux at mdevereaux@ucsd.edu.

   

2019

Date Topic Location Discussion
Leader
January 16

Patient Autonomy Since the National Research Act

UCSD, Biomedical Research Facility II- Room 2A03 Cathy Gere, 

Associate Professor of the History of Science and Medicine & Director, Science Studies Program UCSD History Department

February 20

Should Physicians Ever Challenge Patients’ Values?

REGISTRATION REQUIRED:

https://bss20feb.eventbrite.com 

UCSD, Medical Education and Telemedicine Building, Room 143 Dan Brudney, University of Chicago, Professor of Philosophy, Associate Faculty, MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics. Sponsored by Institute for Practical Ethics
March 20 Spring Break:        No meeting  N/A N/A
April 17 No Biomedical Ethics Seminar is scheduled for this evening, but you may be interested in sharing in a campus celebration of integrity by attending the annual UC San Diego Integrity Awards Ceremony

UCSD, Multi-Purpose Room, Student Services Center

N/A
May 15 No meeting  N/A N/A
June 19 Summer Break:    No meeting  N/A N/A
July 17 Summer Break:    No meeting  N/A N/A
August 21 Summer Break:    No meeting  N/A N/A
September 18 Summer Break:    No meeting  N/A N/A
October 16 Physician Burnout UCSD, Biomedical Research Facility II- Room 2A03 Neil Farber, MD, FACP, Clinical Medical Director, IMG La Jolla
Monday, November 4 End of Life Liberty: Empowering Dying Patients with Choices. UCSD, Medical Education and Telemedicine Building - 145 

Kathryn L. Tucker, JD, Adjunct Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law

December 18 Winter Break:       No meeting  N/A N/A