Thursday, December 8, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EST)
All UMDNJ Faculty, Staff, Students and School of Nursing Alumni are welcome to attend this presentation of the ETHICS COMMITTEE at UMDNJ-School of Nursing
a documentary film by the Center for Bioethics and Culture
What: Video Presentation
When: Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011 ~ 1- 2:30p.m.
Where: UMDNJ Newark, SSB 2nd Floor Auditorium*
Wendy Ritch, MA, MTS, assistant dean for administration, and
Frances Rieth Ward, PhD, RN, Mbe, assistant professor & chair of the SN Ethics Committee
UMDNJ-School of Nursing
*This presentation is not available on other UMDNJ campuses and will not be taped.
The infertility industry in the United States has grown to a multi-billion dollar business. What is its main commodity? Human eggs. Young women all over the world are solicited by ads—via college campus bulletin boards, social media, online classifieds—offering up to $100,000 for their “donated” eggs, to “help make someone’s dream come true.” But who is this egg donor? Is she treated justly? What are the short- and long-term risks to her health?
Produced by The Center for Bioethics and Culture (Lines That Divide, 2009), Eggsploitation spotlights the booming business of human eggs told through the tragic and revealing stories of real women who became involved and whose lives have been changed forever.
You are invited to watch this controversial video and then participate in a moderated discussion of the issues raised and their potential impact on you or someone you know.
Limited seats are available and will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. You are welcome to bring your lunch.The presentation will begin promptly at 1p.m. noon. Please arrive early to secure your seat. Thank you.
When & Where
UMDNJ-School of Nursing
UMDNJ-School of Nursing offers an innovative program of nursing education from entry level to doctoral degree. Its graduate education program, the largest in the state, includes a master's degree program with many specialty options.
Extensive continuing education programs are available to nurses throughout the state.
The School provides healthcare services through a mobile program serving Essex and Union Counties and a community health center in Camden County, NJ.
With the pending integration of UMDNJ into Rutgers University, effective July 1, we continue to admit students into all existing academic programs, which will continue as is.
To learn more, visit http://sn.umdnj.edu