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Successful Proposal Defenses

Lyndsie Ferrara successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "THE CONTRIBUTION OF ETHICAL REASONING SKILLS IN FORENSIC SCIENCE" on November 30, 2017. Congratulations Lyndsie.


Ariel Clatty successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "Enhancing Quality Ethics Consultations in Pediatric Medicine" on October 12, 2017. Congratulations Ariel.


Joe Bertino successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "Key Components for an Ethics Consultation Curriculum" on August 31, 2017. Congratulations Joe.


De Niece Welch successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "An Ethical Analysis of Reproductive Justice in the Context of the Eugenics Movement in the United States" on August 31, 2017. Congratulations De Niece.



DiAnn Ecret successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "Using the Ethics of Care to Re-Interpret Consent in the Management of Care for Addiction Disorders." Congratulations DiAnn.










Davis Garvis 
successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "The Normative Approach of the Catholic Tradition in the Ethical and Religious Directives for Resolving Ethical Dilemmas Regarding Medical Technologies." Congratulations David. 














Christine C. Skrzat successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "An Organizational Ethics Framework to Balance Individual Privacy and Population Interests Regarding Genetic Technologies." Congratulations Christine!












Carrie L. Stott successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "An Ethics of Care Approach to Managing the Burden of Alzheimer's Disease." Congratulations Carrie!











Dina Alquahtani
 successfully defended her dissertation proposal,
"Public Health Policy: An Ethical Analysis of Quarantine." Congratulations Dina!



Amanda Mattone successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "An Ethical Framework for Communication of Prognosis in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine." Congratulations Amanda! 








Karishma Ether Moazzam
, MA, successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "The Ethical Justification of Increasing Awareness of Preventive Medicine Among Healthcare Professionals, Patients and The General Public in the United States."


 





Chike Anyigbo 
successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "Solidarity with the Vulnerable: Global Healthcare Ethics in a Spiritan Perspective."





 

Saleh Alnahdi successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "The Ethical Obligation for Disclosure of Medical Errorin the Intensive Care Unit."








Rabee Toumi successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "The Core Relation between Hospitality (philoxenia), Dignity and Vulnerability in Orthodox Christian Bioethics: A Contribution to Global Bioethics."









Philip Andrew Taraska 
successfully defended his dissertation proposal,"How Can the Use of Human Enhancement (HE) Technology in the Military be Ethically Assessed."










Fr. John
 Twinomujuni successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "Truth-Telling Beyond Borders: An African Perspective."





 





Kate Molchan
successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "An Ethical Model for Mandatory Reporting to Avoid Preventable Adverse Harm in Health Care."





Abeer Alamri successuflly defended her dissertation propsal, "How can a Focus on the Ethical Notions of Dignity and Respect For AUtonomy Help to Improve Healthcare for Elderly People in Islamic Countries?" 










Shelley Kobuck successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "Moral Courage: A Requirement for Ethical Decision Making in Nursing Home Leadership."








Dozie Egbe 
successfully defended his DHCE proposal, "An Ethical Argument for a Specific Model of Pallliative Care in Nigeria."











Leah Jeunnette 
successfully defended her dissertation proposal, " The Ethical Analysis of the Connection of Hope and Fertility Preservation."






 



Nora Al-Harbi successfully defended her dissertation proposal, " End-of-Life Care Practices in Two Cultures: A Comparative Ethical Analysis and Recommendations."





Alex Garvey successfully defended his dissertation proposal, " Organizational Ethics for Sponsorship and Governance in Catholic Healthcare."










Barb Postol
successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "Adopting the UNESCO Ethic Mode to Critique Disease Mongering."








Rash Bokhari successfully defended her dissertation proposal, "Improving Patient Safety as a Function of Organizational Ethics in the Delivery of Healthcare in Saudi Arabia."








Josie Badger
successfully defended her project proposal "A Requirement of Justice: A Consistent Approach to Healthcare for Elders and Adolescents with Chronic Needs" on Thursday, March 13, 2014.