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ASBH Annual Conference 2019

October 24-27th, 2019 -- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

 













Six of our students presented at the Annual ASBH Conference this year!

Yoelit Lipinsky: "From Suffering to Gladness: Narrative Bioethics and Resilience in Encountering the Other"

Fahmida Hossain, Alexa Vercelli, and Adele Flaherty: "Meeting at the Crossroads of Stigma and Health Care: Achieving Ethical Palliative Care for Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder".

Ercan Avci: "Does Palliative Sedation Produce an Ethical Resolution to Avoid the Demand for Euthanasia in a Muslim Country".

Hillary Villarreal and Elizabeth Balskus: "A Two-Fold Approach to Addressing Ethical Concerns in Designating Surrogate Decision-Makers for Incapacitated Prisoners in Hospitals".

9th Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference

September 19-20th, 2019 -- Kalamazoo, Michigan

Congratulations to Asmat Islam for her presentation entitled: "Moral Dilemmas of CRISPR Babies: Revisiting Arguments for Non-Medical Sex Selection in Global Commercial Surrogacy"

UPMC Mercy's Annual Conference: Mental Health in Our Community

A great conference coordinated by our alumni: Barbara Postol, Sarah Stockey, Carrie Stott, & Aimee Zellers

Pictured (left to right): Andrew Harrington, Hillary Villarreal, Carrie Stott, Barbara Postol, & Alexa Vercelli

The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity's 26th Annual Conference: Taking Care: Perspectives for the End of Life

Congratulations to Adele Flaherty on her presentation titled, "Meeting at the Crossroads of Stigma and Health Care: Achieving Ethical Palliative Care for Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder" in collaboration with Fahmida Hossain & Alexa Vercelli

2019 Graduate Research Symposium





















Four of our students presented at the 2019 Graduate Research Symposium:

Hillary Villarreal presented an oral and poster presentation titled The Ethical Implications of Using Living Kidney Donation to Address the Kidney Shortage

Adele Flaherty presented oral presentation titled Unintended Consequences: The Treatment of Chronic Pain as a Global Bioethical Issue

Asmat Islam presented an oral presentation titled Moral Obligation of Buying the Best Baby: Revisiting Arguments for Non-Medical Sex Selection in Global Commercial Surrogacy

Reem Shinawi presented a poster presentation titled The Ethical Implications of Big Data in Healthcare

The 10th Anniversary of the Fine Awards for Teamwork Excellence

Ceremony and photo by the Jewish Healthcare Foundation


2018 Catholic Health Association's Theology and Ethics Colloquium Scholarship


Kelly Lecture with Professor Dr. Hub Zwart


Hospital Medicine-2018

 


Duquesne University Graduate Student Research Symposium 2018

 

  


Twenty-seventh Annual Conference of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

 

 


Kelly Lecture with Professor Dr. Tom L. Beauchamp


Duquesne University Graduate Student Research Symposium 2017

 

 


Ethics of Integrating Research and Clinical Care Conference