Conversations About Ethics

Is My Mind Mine? Neuroscience, Privacy and the Self

June 9, 2015 // Pestana Lecture Hall // Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D

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Neurotheology, Neuroscience, and the Religious Sensibility

June 9, 2015 // The Ecumenical Center // Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D

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Genomic Medicine – What Do You Really Want To Know About Your Genome?

December 4, 2014 // Pestana Lecture Hall - University of Texas Health Science Center // James P. Evans, M.D., Ph.D.

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Families and the New Era of Genetics: Clinical and Ethical Challenges 2

December 4, 2014 // Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health // John S. Rolland, M.D., M.P.H.

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Families and the New Era of Genetics: Clinical and Ethical Challenges

July 24, 2014 // Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health // John S. Rolland, M.D., M.P.H.

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Before Birth and Throughout Life: Ethical Considerations in Genomic Sequencing

July 24, 2014 // Hurd Auditorium // Amy L. McGuire, J.D., Ph.D.

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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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Genomic Medicine – What Do You Really Want To Know About Your Genome?

James P. Evans, M.D., Ph.D.

Rapidly evolving technology has made sequencing of an individual’s entire genome a practical reality, leading to visions of a time when each person's genome will be sequenced, guiding health and…

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Dealing with Failure: The Aftermath of Errors and Adverse Events

This March 2002 editorial from the Annals of Emergency Medicine discusses the needs of patients and their families, as well as healthcare providers, following incidents of med…
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Psychosocial Impact of Predictive Testing for Huntington Disease on Support Persons

This June 12, 2000 feature from the American Journal of Medical Genetics identifies the challenges faced by support persons in the process of genetic screening for Huntington …
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Neuroscience and Free Will: Religion and Science Do Not Always Disagree

In the October 12, 2010 edition of the Telegraph, Professor Peter Clarke discusses the philosophical notion of free will in conjunction with brain research and the relationshi…
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