Thursday, November 10, 2011

Bioethicsy Stuff at Yale

November 15: Our Jerome Medalie End-of-Life Issues group and our Yale-Med sister institution the Program for Biomedical Ethics will co-host Richard Gunderman, MD, PhD, speaking on "Professional Lessons from the Bedside of My Dying Father." Details here.

November 16, 2011: Our own Robert Levine will continue his seminar series on the ethics of research on human subjects, concentrating this time on privacy and confidentiality, and on epidemiology, social and behavioral research. Details here.

November 17: Our Biotechnology in Agriculture group will hear the USDA's Mark Lipson speak on "Policy Frameworks for 'Coexistence' of Transgenic, Conventional and Organic Systems." Details here.

November 18, in San Francisco: Our sister institution the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology will have a luncheon before the American Academy of Religion meetings. That evening, the Forum will sponsor a showing of Journey of the Universe, followed by a discussion led by several of the filmmakers, including our own Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim. Details here.

November 19: The next meeting of our Perspectives in Aging group. Details here.

November 29: The next meeting of the Students' Medical Ethics Seminar Series (open to all Yale Nursing, PA and Med students). Details here.

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