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Conceptualizing Culture in Healthcare Contexts: A Theoretical Framework

June 21, 2022

Chair and Professor, Communication Studies University of Minnesota Elaine Hsieh (Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004; J.D., University of Oklahoma, 2019) is Chair and Professor in the Department of Communication, University of Minnesota (starting 7/15/2022), and a Visiting Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. An award-winning author, Fulbright Scholar, and NIH-funded researcher, she … Continued

Providing Optimal Care When Providers and Patients Do Not Share the Same Language

June 21, 2022

Chair and Professor, Communication Studies University of Minnesota Elaine Hsieh (Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004; J.D., University of Oklahoma, 2019) is Chair and Professor in the Department of Communication, University of Minnesota (starting 7/15/2022), and a Visiting Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. An award-winning author, Fulbright Scholar, and NIH-funded researcher, she … Continued

Responsibility without Blame: Working with “Unwise Choices” in Healthcare Contexts

February 9, 2022

Hanna Pickard (BA Hons, BPhil, DPhil) is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Bioethics at  Johns Hopkins University, cross-appointed to the William H. Miller III Department of Philosophy and the Berman Institute of Bioethics, and with a secondary appointment to the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. Prior to joining Hopkins, she held a Chair in Philosophy of Psychology at the University of Birmingham U.K. and was … Continued

2022 Annual EBT Conference: Recovery and Resilience

January 5, 2022

Recovery and Resilience The North Carolina Child Treatment Program seeks to address the gap between researched best practice and community-based mental health services for children and families overcoming trauma. Through the Spring 2022 Annual EBT Conference, NC CTP aims to help our Learning Collaborative graduates sustain and improve EBT implementation and learn about existing and … Continued

Video/Audio Recording in the Operating Room and the Coming Age of Surgical Transparency.

November 22, 2021

Alexander Langerman, MD, SM, FACS, is a practicing head and neck surgeon whose research focuses on the intersection of ethics, management, and data science in the operating room. His major contributions to surgical ethics address the challenges of transparency and surgeon-patient communication, and including decision-making on behalf of anesthetized patients, efficiency and logistics in the operating room, … Continued

Shared Decision-Making and Informed Nondissent

August 25, 2021

Click here to view Grand Rounds recordings from the current academic year; an ONYEN is required for access. Alexander A. Kon, MD, HEC-C, FAAP, FCCM Medical Director, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Inpatient Pediatrics, Community Children’s Chair, Department of Women’s and Children’s Services, Community Medical Center Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Bioethics, University of Washington … Continued

Kidney to Share: A Patient and Ethicist Offer Their Views on the Living Donor Process

August 12, 2021

Speakers: Martha Gershun, Writer, Consultant, Living Organ Donor Dr. John Lantos, Director, Bioethics Center Children’s Mercy Hospital In Kidney to Share the authors describe the experience of donating experience a kidney to a stranger to illustrate the medical, financial, and psychosocial barriers that make it difficult to donate and that may exacerbate health disparities.   … Continued

Annual Pediatric Visiting Scholar

February 12, 2019

What Authority? Whose Interests? The Challenges of Decision Making for Impaired Newborns co-hosted with the Department of Pediatrics   CEGR_Flier_May2019