Jacqueline J. Glover, PhD, HEC-C, Professor, Department of Pediatrics and the Center for Bioethics and Humanities will discuss ethical issues in decision-making in pediatrics, their evolution and how they have been addressed from the 1980's through the present. Pediatric Grand Rounds at Children's Hospital Colorado-2nd fl. Mt. Oxford Room. Download flyer for details>>
Where does one go without health insurance, when turned away by hospitals, clinics, and doctors? Nuila’s debut book follows the lives of five uninsured Houstonians as their struggle for survival leads them to Ben Taub Hospital where insurance comes second to genuine care.
Ricardo Nuila is Associate Professor of Medicine, Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine. Hybrid Event at AO1, hosted by Mark Kissler, MS, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of Narrative Medicine for the Division of Hospital Medicine. RSVP Today>>
Jackie Glover, PhD, HEC-C and Heather Straub, MD will describe the ethical arguments involved in the abortion debate in the US, address the ethical issues in the maternal/fetal dyad, share the post-Roe ethical arguments for patients and providers and provide resources to support patients/families and health care professionals as they deal with ethical issues around abortion. RSVP Today>>
This webinar will focus on the challenges and opportunities surrounding ethical hiring and retention practices for people who have experienced incarceration. Our expert panel will explore both practical and ethical considerations from the perspectives of organizations, job candidates, and society. RSVP Today>>
Join this two-day conference, Healthcare Professional Moral Distress, Burnout and Solutions, featuring 14 education sessions; two keynote speakers, several plenary sessions and panel presentations focused on moral distress and burnout being faced by healthcare professions, post pandemic. Learn more and RSVP>>
Cindy Weinstein is the Eli and Edythe Broad Professor of English at the California Institute of Technology. Finding the Right Words, reflects upon Weinstein’s father’s experience with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Each chapter reveals how the disease presented itself, and co-author neurologist Dr. Bruce Miller responds with a neurological explanation. Join us for a discussion with Mark Kissler, MD, MS, Assistant Professor at CU School of Medicine. RSVP Today>>
This in-person conference at Children's Hospital Colorado will explore the concept of justice in health care and the effect that racial, ethnic, gender and status disparities have on access to health care. Utilizing case-based discussion, ethics faculty and other health care professionals and health system leaders will guide inquiry into complex cases, recognizing the disparities and systemic issues that impede just care. Details & Registration>>
Jason Persoff, MD, SFHM, is an internationally renowned storm chaser, and Assistant Director of Emergency Preparedness University of Colorado Hospital. “Medicine and meteorology overlap for me,” said Persoff, There's an anatomy and physiology to a storm and both tap into my passion for complex thinking.”
"Looking at snowflakes is a way to reconnect to nature, its inventiveness, it's creative force - each snowflake is fragile, ephemeral and, they're magnificent." says Persoff. Visit the exhibition webpage>>
Open to students, faculty, staff and community members. No audition required.
The Choir rehearses on Mondays from 5:15-6:30pm at the Fulginiti Pavilion. The Orchestra rehearses on Thursdays, from 6:00-7:30pm at ED2S-1102.
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