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Conversations About Ethics is a series of lectures and discussions about ethics issues presented by the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics and the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health through the generous support of Methodist Healthcare Ministries.

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Examine palliative care, including a look at comfort care homes. (1 comment)

Read More · 15 April 2014 at 22:38

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The Ethics of DNR Orders as to Neonatal & Pediatric Patients: The Ethical Dimension of Communication The author of this extensive article from the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy analyzes the ethics of Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders from the unique philosophical perspective of cases involving infants and children, especially in relation to their inability to consent and the role of surrogate decision-makers. Link in comments below. (1 comment)

Read More · 14 April 2014 at 09:19

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Breaking Barriers - Disclosing Adverse Events in Patient Care The purpose of this workshop, held last year, is to help medical centers (and those who lead them) meet the duty to disclose adverse events to patients and/or their personal representatives as mandated by the Joint Commission and professional ethics. For more information about the workshop and links to the resources please visit the link in the first comment below. (1 comment)

Read More · 11 April 2014 at 10:06

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Conversations About Ethics wrote on Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health's wall: Conversations About Ethics is a series of lectures and discussions about ethics issues presented by the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics and the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health through the generous support of Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. For more information or to see our resources and articles please visit our website. (1 comment)

Read More · 10 April 2014 at 09:37

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to The Hastings Center: "How will your relationship with your doctors fare in this era of reform?" via The Hastings Center

Read More · 9 April 2014 at 15:34