Conversations About Ethics

Ethical Issues In Palliative Care: Skilled Conversations

October 19, 2016 // The Ecumenical Center //

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Ethical Issues in Palliative Care: Transforming Health Care for an Aging Society

October 18, 2016 // UT Health Science Center | Pestana Lecture Hall 3.104A // Diane Meier, MD, FACP

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Including communities in promoting mental health in ways that honor principles of self-determination, benefit, justice and equity

April 5, 2016 // The Ecumenical Center // America Bracho, MD, MPH

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The Promotor Model: the ethical imperative to include patients in improving individual and community health

April 5, 2016 // Pestana Lecture Hall // America Bracho, MD, MPH

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The Making and Unmaking of Memories: Beneficial uses and ethical implications of memory manipulation

December 9, 2015 // The Ecumenical Center // Joseph LeDoux

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When Memory Deceives: Current and emerging trends in memory manipulation

December 9, 2015 // Pestana Lecture Hall, The University of Texas Health Science Center // Joseph LeDoux

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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 through the generous support of Methodist Healthcare Ministries.


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The Making and Unmaking of Memories: Beneficial uses and ethical implications of memory manipulation

Joseph LeDoux

For decades, researchers thought once a memory was established, it remained fixed that way forever. In fact, recent studies have shown memory to be far more malleable than that. When we recall a memor…

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Health Disparities Profiles, 2011

The United States Department of Health & Human Services, Office on Women’s Health calculates and maps twenty-two health indicators for each state, as well as the Dis…
  Online  www.healthstatus2020.com

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Self-Sampling for Human Papillomavirus in a Community Setting: Feasibility in Hispanic Women

In this August 2006 article in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a group of researchers evaluate the use of community health workers to distribute self-col…
  Online  cebp.aacrjournals.org

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Religious Brain: A General Introduction to the Experimental Neuroscience of Religion

This 2009 review from Method & Theory in the Study of Religion examines six major approaches to the neurobiological study of religion, including religious experience as an…
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