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Patient-Centered Law and Ethics

Wake Forest Bioethics Center’s inaugural conference

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Where Worrell Professional Center Room 1301, Law School, Reynolds Campus, Winston-Salem
Contact Name Mark Hall, Director
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Major symposium featuring internationally distinguished scholars such as:
Howard Brody  <> MD, PhD, Director, Univ. Texas Institute for Medical Humanities
Arthur Frank <>  PhD, author of The Wounded Storyteller: Body, Illness, and Ethics
Carolyn McLeod <>  PhD, Dept. of Philosophy, Univ. of Western Ontario
Larry Churchill  <> PhD, Director, Vanderbilt Univ. Center for Biomedical Ethics & Society
Carl Schneider <>  JD, former member of the President’s Council on Bioethics
Sandra Johnson <>  JD, St. Louis Univ., Tenet Endowed Chair in Health Law and Ethics
Ted Ruger <>  JD, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania
Nan Hunter  <> JD, Georgetown Univ. O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law
William Sage, <> JD, MD, Vice Provost for Health Affairs, Univ. of Texas
Lois Shepherd <>  JD, Univ. of Virginia Medical School, Center for Biomedical Ethics
The conference is free of charge, and you are welcome to attend some or all of it:
12:00            What is Patient-Centered Ethics?  Howard Brody, Art Frank
 1:45            The Patient Experience (film clips): Sandra Johnson, Carl Schneider   
 3:30             Limits to Patient-Centeredness: Carolyn McLeod, Wm. Sage, Nan Hunter
 4:30             Patient-Centered Medicine:  John Scott, Larry Churchill, Joan Krause, Ted Ruger
 6:00             Reception

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