Innovative Medicine: New Approaches to Old Challenges 2019 CME
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Health Sciences Innovation Building
12:30pm – Hosted Lunch and Networking
1:00pm – CME Lecture
Some ethical problems are fairly straightforward, such as determining right from wrong. But others can also be more perplexing, such as deciding between two "rights"—two values that are in conflict with each other—or deciding between two different value systems.
Karen Spear-Ellinwood, PhD, JD, EdS, Arthur B. Sanders, MD, MSHA, FACEP, FACP, and Richard A. Wahl, MD, three of the leading experts in this area and members of the UA College of Medicine, will give an overview of the topic of medical ethics and present cases that have come into the public eye. Audience members will also be encouraged to present their own cases of interest for panel commentary.
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