"finding Wisdom in the Dynamic Equilibrium between Living and Dying"
Education in Ethics
Education for an Ethical World
"the highest ideal is wisdom"
7:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 am Welcome to Bioethics & Healthcare Tuesday – Pam Thomas, VP Mission
8:30 am What does Ethics have to do with Mission & Values? Jennifer Palagi, Ethics Chair, Boise
9:00 am What does Ethics have to do with me? Denise Ewing, Ethics Chair, Ontario
9:30 am – Break
10:00 10:50 pm Introduction to Moral and BioEthics Problem Solving in Heath Care
(A Historical Review) – Dr. L Bryan Williams, Bioethicist
11:00 Small Groups: How are we handling moral/bioethics problems in our clinical and administrative settings?
12:00 LUNCH BREAK –
1:15 Presentation of Small Groups by Facilitators- Bryan MC
2:15 Introduction to Bioethics Analysis and the USC model - Bryan
3:00 Expert Panel: Development/Best Practices of Bioethics Ethics Committees – 4 Hospitals
4:30 Adjourn A Challenging Case for Home Review: Topic: Hippocrates and His Oath - Bryan
8:00 am Welcome to BioEthics & Healthcare Wednesday – Pam
8:15 am Bioethics Basics – Bryan.
9:30 am Break
10:00 Introduction to Clinical Ethics & Bioethics Action Teams (A Historical Review) – Alex Chamberlain, Director of Clinical Ethics, St. Luke’s Boise
11:00 - Professional Group Discussions – How can we facilitate and augment Bioethics Action Teams in our specific professional community? Practitioners, Nursing, Social Work, Support, Admin.
12:00 - Lunch
1:15 Integrated Group Tables: Integration of Disciplines in Bioethics Action Teams – 4 professions per table.
2:15 Group Conversation on Bioethics Action teams - Jennifer/Bryan
3:15 Principle of Care & Autonomy and their Complements: Rethinking Health Care Principles- Bryan
4:00 A Challenging Case for Home Review: Topic: When Autonomy Might Kill you.
8:00 am Welcome to Bioethics & Healthcare Thursday – Pam
8:15 am Analysis of When Autonomy Might Kill you – Alex.
9:00 am Update on Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Medical Systems – Jennifer/Ruth
9:45 am – Break
10:00 - Application of the Principle of Nonmaleficence & Beneficence - Bryan
11:00 Discussion: How do we Talk about Dying Well? – Alex
1:15 Expert Panel: Integration of the Spirituality of Dying in Bioethics Cases
3:15 Application of the Principles of Justice and the Right to Health Care: Why should we care? – Bryan
4:15 Discussion: Advancing BioEthics & Healthcare at Saint Alphonsus –Pam, Jennifer, Denise
5:30 Adjourn & Thanks - Pam
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