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Issues of Recording in Patient Care

Location: Arlene Davis, Sarah Fotheringham, Benny Joyner, Gary Winzelberg
Panel discussion

Video and audio recording of moments in our lives has become commonplace with the widespread use of smartphones and other recording devices. Health care settings are no exception. Recording in this sensitive domain has raised ethical issues of transparency, trust, consent, respectful treatment, welfare, confidentiality, and privacy. Theses issues, in the context of motivations, processes, and challenges of recording patients and clinicians will be explored in this panel presentation, with representatives from ethics, law and medicine.

Lunch will be provided for first 50 people

All are welcome

A panel discussion

Arlene Davis, JD
Director, Clinical Consultation

Sarah Fotheringham, JD
Associate General Counsel

Benny Joyner, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology

Gary Winzelberg, MD, MPH, FACP
Associate Professor
Division of Geriatric Medicine