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PARR Center for Ethics: Christian Miller, Wake Forest University

January 10, 2024

“What is Honesty, Are Most People Honest, and How Can We Become More Honest?” Honesty is clearly an important virtue. Parents want to develop it in their children. Close relationships typically depend upon it. Employers value it in their employees. Yet philosophers have said almost nothing about the virtue of honesty in the past fifty … Read more

CENNC Conference: Where Ethics Meets Law

December 15, 2023

The Center serves as the home for the Clinical Ethics Network of North Carolina (CENNC), an organization jointly established by colleagues in our sister bioethics centers at Wake Forest University, Duke University and East Carolina University to provide practical education in clinical ethics for health care organizations across the state.  CENNC, with leadership from Deb … Read more

Joining Our Voices: Envisioning the Future of Serious Illness Care

October 26, 2023

Joining Our Voices: Envisioning the Future of Serious Illness Care is a weeklong virtual symposium that brings together policy professionals, advocates, healthcare professionals, caregivers and peers in conversation to share experiences, innovations, and opportunities for the future of North Carolina’s serious illness care. This event is organized by the North Carolina Serious Illness Coalition in collaboration … Read more

Authors Meet Readers Event for Decolonize Self-Care

October 16, 2023

Decolonize Self-Care ALYSON K. SPURGAS and ZOË MELEO-ERWIN   For twentieth-century feminists, it was a rallying cry for bodily autonomy and political power. For influencers and lifestyle brands, it’s buying fancy nutrition and body products at a premium. And it has now infiltrated nearly every food, leisure, and pop-culture space as a hugely lucrative industry. What is … Read more

Neuroethics: Agency in the Age of Brain Science

September 12, 2023

Carolina Seminar on Philosophy, Ethics, and Mental Health Please contact Dan Moseley, daniel_moseley@med.unc.edu, for registration information. These events are free and open to the public, but registration is required.  

Ethical Issues in the Use of A.I. In Mental Health Care

September 12, 2023

Carolina Seminar on Philosophy, Ethics, and Mental Health Please contact Dan Moseley, daniel_moseley@med.unc.edu, for registration information. These events are free and open to the public, but registration is required.