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November  3 What Does Religion Have to Do With Medical Ethics?
Farr A. Curlin, MD
April 7 Rationing is Not a Four Letter Word: Death Panels, Policy & Ethics
Philip Rosoff, MD
February 4 Ethical Care of the Prisoner-Patient: Intersections of Law & Ethics
Paul Ossman, MD, MPH
January  7 A Contemporary Death: Ethics and End of Life Care


November 5 Grappling with Guardianship: Ethical Dilemmas
Kate Mewhinney, JD
October 1 End of life conflicts in South Africa: Recurrent challenges and emerging controversies
Dr. Sharon Kling and Dr. Keymanthri Moodley
May 7 The Pros and Cons of Employing Ethical Decision Making Models in the Real World
Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LSIW
April 9 Healing in medicine: Lessons from clinicians and patients
Larry Churchill, PhD
March 5 March CEGR was replaced by our flagship ethics event, the Merrimon Lecture.Seven Assumptions that Drive Too Much Health Care H. Gilbert Welch, MD, MPH
February 5 Involving Children in Important Medical Decisions Steven Joffe, MD, MPH
(Visit in conjunction w Dept of Pediatrics)


November 6 Famous factory meatloaf: The clinician as technician and the renewal of healthcare through quality improvement
Abraham Nussbaum, MD
October 2 Re-thinking the discovery of Autism
Jeff Baker, MD, PhD
September 4 Ethical dimensions of abortion practice in the context of new laws
Mara Buchbinder, PhD
May 1 Advance care planning: Is it all it’s cracked up to be? Lois Shepherd, JD
April 3 Patient-clinician communication in bilingual health care Elaine Hsieh, PhD
March 6 Communication in the context of support: The work of ‘Single Fathers Due to Cancer’ support group
Single Fathers Due to Cancer
Donald L. Rosenstein, MD
Justin M. Yopp, PhD
February 6 “How am I going to talk about that?”: Perspectives on difficult clinician conversations Katie Flanagan, MSW, LCSW
Ashley Henderson, MD
Rob Lovrich, MD
Arlene Davis, JD (moderator)


November 14 An ethical framework for healthcare decisions for critically ill children and adolescents Alan R. Fleischman, MD
October 3 Constructing caring men: How nursing organizations and individuals define care and masculinity Marci Cottingham, PhD
September 5 Pushing Healthcare Information Technology (HIT): Examining the ethics and consequences of U.S. policy and HIT vendor practices Ross Koppel, PhD