Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds

The Program for Bioethics presents Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds monthly September through November and February through April each year.

Fall 2015 season

Tuesday, September 8

Noon-1 p.m., MN-463 Auditorium

10 Years after Hurricane Katrina: How Would We Handle Five Days at Memorial?
A Panel Discussion with
Rev. Dr. Cam Holzer, BCC, ACPE Supervisor, Clinical Pastoral Educator, UK HealthCare;
Paula Holbrook, RN, BHS, JD, CPHRM, Associate General Counsel, UK, Associate Director, Risk Management, UK HealthCare; and
Colleen Swartz, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Nurse Executive, UK HealthCare
Moderated by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Director and Founding Professor, UK Program for Bioethics; Chair, Hospital Ethics Committee  

Tuesday, October 13

Noon-1 p.m., MN-263 Auditorium

Too Drugged to Talk: Impaired Surrogates and the Effect upon our Patients    
Marlene Huff, PhD, LCSW
Professor, UK Department of Pediatrics and Program for Bioethics

Tuesday, November 10

Noon-1 p.m., MN-263 Auditorium

Truthful Prognostication: How to Talk to Patients about Devastating Diagnoses and End of Life
M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD 
Professor and Founding Director, UK Program for Bioethics; Chair, Hospital Ethics Committee

Mark your calendar for our Spring 2016 season (tentative dates)

Tuesday, February 9
Tuesday, March 8
Tuesday, April 12


View a list of previous Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds presentations


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