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Conversations About Ethics is a series of lectures and discussions about ethics issues presented by the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics and the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health through the generous support of Methodist Healthcare Ministries.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Conversations About Ethics: The ninth in a series of ethics discussions: Disclosing Medical Error
“After Harm: Medical Error and the Ethics of Forgiveness”
Presented by Nancy Berlinger, PhD, MDiv
5 p.m. Reception & Book Sale
6 p.m. Presentation
7:30 Book Signing
Pestana Lecture Hall and Foyer (Medical Building, room 3.104), UT Health Science Center San Antonio, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive
Presented via video-teleconferencing at:
RAHC Auditorium 1.100 (Main)
2102 Treasure Hill Blvd., Harlingen
Laredo Extension Campus, Room 2.200
1937 Bustamante Street, Laredo, Texas
Continuing Education information posted at http://www.conversationsaboutethics.org/ and http://texashumanities.org/conversations-about-ethics
UT Health Science Center San Antonio parking & directions:
Enter main entrance from Floyd Curl near Medical Drive.
Event held in Pestana Lecture Hall near the Briscoe Library. From visitor parking, walk toward campus and follow green arrow signs to the left. Briscoe Library pictured above. Event location visible from library entrance, look right.
For more information about the evening keynote presentation, visit http://texashumanities.org/conversations-about-ethics or call The Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics at 210-567-0795.
Conversations About Ethics also includes:
"Workshop on Disclosing Medical Error"
presented by Lee Taft, JD, MDiv
Noon to 4:30 p.m. on March 19, 2013
Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health, 8310 Ewing Halsell Drive
For more information about the workshop and to register please visit www.conversationsaboutethics.org or call the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health at 210-616-0885.
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Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics
We strive to be a leading Center educating medical students and health professionals in ethics and professionalism while nurturing empathy and humanitarian values. We fulfill our mission by:
- Preparing students to identify, analyze and resolve moral conflicts in patient care and medical research;
- Deepening the attentiveness to patients that will persist throughout students' medical careers through exposure to excellent clinical role modeling, arts and letters; and
- Developing a distinguished interdisciplinary community service learning program that focuses on ethics in action and serves as a bridge between ethics education and development of empathy and humanitarian values.
The Center focus on four key areas: Literature and Art, Medical Ethics and Professionalism, Community Service Learning and Global Health