Overview

Overview

The Department of Bioethics is pleased to offer standing educational events each month.

  • Bioethics Grand Rounds is held the second Monday of each month at noon (unless otherwise specified) and focuses on an important innovative Bioethics related topic.
  • In-Depth Case Study is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month and focuses on an interesting, provocative, troubling and/or instructive case from the recent past. These sessions are held with the intention to strive toward excellence in ethics consultation.

Please contact the Department of Bioethics at 216.444.8720 with questions regarding these events.

Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds

Upcoming Grand Rounds

Bioethics Grand Rounds is a monthly event.

All are welcome to attend. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM

Monday, June 12, 2017
Title: “Standards of Treatment and Prevention”
Speaker: Danielle M. Wenner, PhD
Location: TBD

Bioethics Research Day

Bioethics Research Day

Upcoming Bioethics Research Day Event

Nov 6, 2017
TBD

Previous Bioethics Research Day Events

Nov 2, 2016

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michelle M. Mello
"Communication and Resolution Programs: Patients’ Experiences with Medical Error Disclosure'

Nov 4, 2015

Keynote Speaker: Mildred Solomon Ed.D., President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hastings Center
"Should randomization always require consent? An Ethical Challenge of Learning Health Systems"

Oct 10, 2014

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter B. Ubel
"The Morality of Cost Considerations at the Bedside"

May 24, 2013

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Arthur Derse
"What can bioethics research do for clinicians?"

May 17, 2012

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Norm Daniels
"Can We Get More Justice in Health and Health Care through Health Reform?" 

May 19, 2011

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Carol Gilligan
"Why is the Ethic of Care Still Embattled?"

May 27, 2010

Keynote Speaker: Marion Danis, MD
"The Role of Bioethics Research in Improving Patient Care and Clinical Practice"

May 21, 2009

Keynote Speaker: John Lantos, MD
"Bioethics Research in the Next Decade"