Join us for a conversation with Leonard Rubenstein, JD, LLM, Director of Program on Human Rights, Health and Conflict at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His research focuses on violence against health care in armed conflict, and he is the author of the recently published book, Perilous Medicine. Moderated by Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD. RSVP Today>>
Join us for this HYBRID event featuring film clips and discussion with Howie Movshovitz, PhD, Faculty, CU Denver College of Arts and Media, KUNC Film Critic and Contributor to NPR and Dr. Volker Roelcke, Director, Institute for the History of Medicine, University of Giessen, Germany. Click to RSVP
These are your neighbors, your friends, your relatives, your colleagues, your patients. They are older women. They are part of the LGBTQ community. They’ve been whispered about, shouted at, insulted, rejected, isolated. But here they are, strong and brave. Why do we make it so difficult for people to be who they really are? And how can we make it better, and safer for them to speak out and be heard?
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The theme of this year's HYBRID conference is COVID-19 Research in the News: What Ethical Issues Does This Raise? Keynote presenter is Timothy Caulfield, Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta. Click for details and RSVP>>
At age 57, Emma, the artist’s sister, died from an opiate overdose. Emma had struggled with drugs and alcohol for most of her life. Stoehr uses art to normalize the discussion and to erase the stigma around substance abuse disorder. Covid precautions limit in-person attendance to badged CU Anschutz faculty, students and staff.
Join us in-person, for the 21st Annual Colorado Health Ethics Forum Conference at Stonebrook Manor in Thornton, CO. This year's conference will be an innovative multidisciplinary program designed to empower those interested in advancing health equity and in supporting diversity and inclusion in healthcare. Learn more>>