Dr. Alison Bateman-House gave a webinar to ABN in November 2015 in which she discussed the ethical and practical issues with compassionate use, right to try, and unapproved medicines. Now that Right to Try has become federal policy, in part because of work done by the Goldwater Institute here in AZ, Dr. Bateman-House will give us updates on what the policy will mean for patients and clinicians.
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Updates on Compassionate Use, Right to Try, and Access to Unapproved Medicines: Ethical and Practical Issues
Alison Bateman-House, PhD, MPH, MA
Religious Identity and Workplace Discrimination
Aasim I. Padela, MD, MSc, FACEP
Details coming soon
Director of Program on Medicine and Religion
Director of Initiative on Islam and Medicine
Associate Professor, Section of Emergency Medicine
Faculty, Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics
Dr. Padela is an emergency medicine physician, health services researcher, and bioethicist whose scholarship focuses on the intersection of minority health and bioethics through the lens of the healthcare experiences of American Muslim patients and health care providers. He will share his research regarding the discrimination in the workplace American Muslim physicians experience.
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The 20th annual American Society for Bioethics and Humanities will be held October 18-21, 2018 in Anahiem, CA. For the full conference theme, full session descriptions and travel/hotel information, please visit the ASBH website at the link above.
El Rio Community Center in Tucson is hosting a symposium on the ethics of medical intervention for Transgender Youth facilitated by nationally recognized expert speakers. El Rio has rapidly expanded services to transgendered youth in our community through the leadership of Drs. Cronyn and Kurtzman and others, the Center wanted to host a forum for clinical staff and support staff both at El Rio and throughout Tucson that gives time to explore and discuss concerns regarding hormonal treatment, fertility and other issues in a pediatric population.Please RSVP by the Eventbrite hyperlinkCME/CEU credit will be available. For more information, see the attached flyer
Ethics in the Pines: Examining the ethical challenges of opioid use and abuse facing clinicians and patients in the state of Arizona Save the Date! Join us on August 17 at the Peaks in Flagstaff for a timely examination of the ethical challenges of opioid use and abuse facing clinicians and patients in the state of Arizona. We'll learn from a group of experts from public health, pharmacy, behavioral health, pain management, primary and palliative care, and patients at the summer workshop, especially as the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act is enacted in 2019. Join us for the "Happy Hour" networking during the evening of the 16th as you enjoy the cool weather of Flagstaff and stay after the event on the 17th to mingle with speakers, panelists and attendees. The cost to attend is $25.00 and includes lunch. Credit cards will be accepted on site. RSVP Today!
The Sherwin B. Nuland Summer Institute in BioethicsThe Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics at Yale University will host two acclaimed programs this summer:Foundations of Bioethics (4 days, from June 4-7, 2018);Summer Institute in Bioethics (7 weeks; from June 1-July 21, 2018)