Duquesne’s Center for Healthcare Ethics Examines Technology and Challenges
Duquesne University’s Center for Healthcare Ethics will present The Exponential Rise of Technology—21st Century Ethical Challenges as part of The David F. Kelly Bioethics Lectures.
Dr. Bert Gordijn, chair of ethics and director of the Institute of Ethics at City University in Ireland, will deliver the keynote.
The Kelly lecture series invites nationally and internationally prominent scholars to Duquesne each fall and spring to discuss current and emerging topics in bioethics and provide ethics leadership on crucial issues in today’s health care.
When: Thursday, Nov. 10, at 1 p.m.
Where: Africa Room, Duquesne Union, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh
Information: Free and open to the public. Contact 412.396.4504.
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