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Fly to Heal / Volar Para Sana

Mural by Juls Mendoza, on the west wall of the Fulginiti Pavilion


Holocaust Genocide and Contemporary Bioethics Program

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Brazilian Street Musicians

Race, History, and Health in Brazil  (HEHE 5910)
Study abroad 
this Winter Break in Salvador, Brazil
December 31, 2024 – January 12, 2025

This 10-day study abroad program aims to immerse students in the history, culture, and daily lives of Afro-Brazilians as they unpack the intricate intersections between racism and health. 
Its central goal is to foster a deeper comprehension of the rich Afro-Brazilian heritage and cultural tapestry, as well as its interplay with Salvador's contemporary health landscape. 

Through this lens you will gain invaluable insights into the pervasive impacts of racism on health and healing practices within Brazilian society.  Furthermore, this transformative experience will equip you with essential skills for personal and professional growth, including teamwork, cross-cultural communication, and structural humility.   

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Artificial Intelligence in the Provision of Health Care: An American College of Physicians Policy Position Paper

Annals of Internal Medicine

Examining ethical issues that arise in providing ED/hospital care for patients experiencing elder mistreatment and approaches to address them

Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect


The Price   2011

Raw Material: Quilts by NedRa Bonds

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As a textile artist, educator, and activist, NedRa Bonds creates quilts that explore issues dealing with women’s health and wellbeing, human rights and social justice, racism, and the environment. After being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer in 2016, Bonds began working on projects that focus on the healing power of art.

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Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Open to the public:
Monday-Friday 11:30am-5:00pm
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Leonard Bernstein conducting
Performance and presentation by Richard Kogan, MD, world-renowned concert pianist and psychiatrist, graduate of Julliard & Harvard Medical School, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Weill Cornell Music and Medicine Program.
Free & open to the public.
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Jam Session at the Fulginiti

| 05:00 PM - 07:30 PM
Join us for our last jam session of the school year. Come ready to perform, shake some eggs, or just show up to unwind and listen to some live music after class. A piano will be there for your use; otherwise bring your own instruments and bring your friends. Food will also be provided! RSVP
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| 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Join us for a discussion of the ethics surrounding CRISPR technology and its potential uses in clinical and research practices. Panelists include Christopher McKinney, MD, CU-SOM Hematology/Oncology and Sickle Cell Disease specialist at Children's Hospital Colorado, Curtis R. Coughlin II, PhD, MS, MBE, CU-SOM Pediatrics and Genetic Counselor, and Lindsay Brubaker, MD, CU-SOM, Gynecologic Oncology.

Sponsored by the Bioethics and Humanities Student Group - Pizza will be provided. In-person at the Fulginiti Pavilion or via ZOOM.
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