End of Life Care in France and the US with Hastings Center Scholar Michael Gusmano, Life & Death Seminar Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis, January 21st at Rutgers University
The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students,...
If the United States is to achieve herd immunity, at least 75-85% of the population will need to be vaccinated, yet there are many different kinds of barriers to overcome. Some Americans are reluctant or wish to wait, because they distrust government or the safety of the vaccines or believe in widespread conspiracy theories. Views...
With Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger. Ethics Grand Rounds, Alden March Bioethics Institute, Albany Medical College
May 11-12, 2021, 12–4:00 pm EST Sessions This virtual conference features presentations and discussions on priority topics related to seniors housing, such as housing preservation, eviction prevention, and access to support services. Hastings Center research scholar Nancy Berlinger will be presenting.
with an interview by Hastings Center President Mildred Solomon of Hastings Center Fellow Arthur Caplan
Should cure be the ultimate aim of health care? Sometimes aiming at cure entails trying to fix disability rather than enabling disabled people to flourish. Sometimes it obscures the goal of healing. And sometimes aiming at cure entails failing to distinguish between disease and difference. In this webinar, disabled writers and educators Anand Prahlad, Ann...
Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger will present with a panel at NYU's inaugural Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at NYU.
Senior research scholar Erik Parens will be presenting as part of The Montreal Health Ethics Conference Series 2021: Wellness, health and human flourishing.
Hastings Center scholar Carolyn Neuhaus will present at the ANTI-VeC webinar series.
Join Mildred Solomon, the president of The Hastings Center, to discuss these issues with four experts on ethics and law from across the political spectrum.
This forum will explore our obligations to non-citizens at the U.S. southern border through ethical, legal, medical, and anthropological lenses. Moderated by Hastings Center scholar Nancy Berlinger.
Hastings Center PMRA Isabel Bolo is presenting, "Medical Interfaces with Emotion AI: Shaping Public Narratives and Perceptions of Nonverbal Patients with Degenerative Diseases" at the CEPE/IACAP Joint Conference 2021: The Philosophy and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Hastings Center President Mildred Z. Solomon will be hosting our next Hastings Conversations webinar as she will get to the bottom of the FDA’s decision and its consequences for patients and families, the health care system, and the integrity of regulatory oversight.
Hastings Center scholar Carolyn Neuhaus is on one panel “Do Justice and Equity Concerns Bolster or Hinder the Case for the Use of Gene Drive Applications?” in a series of five panel deliberations entitled “Unsettled Ethical Issues in Gene Drive Research” through the Forum, a collaboration between The Foundation for the NIH (FNIH) GeneConvene Global Collaborative and...
Hastings Center PMRA Danielle Pacia will be participating in Stanford’s INFODEMIC conference on Social Media and Covid-19 Misinformation. Moderated by: William Haseltine, Discussants: Danielle Pacia, Lisa Menning, and Tom Bollyky.
Hastings Center research scholar Nancy Berlinger will be participating in Stanford’s INFODEMIC conference on Social Media and Covid-19 Misinformation. With discussants: Dr. Travis Rieder, Dr. Nancy Berlinger, and Dr. Arthur Caplan.
Hastings Center scholar Erik Parens will be giving a talk entitled “Binocular Vision: A Tool for Thinking about Enhancement” at Erasmus School of Philosophy in Rotterdam.