Thursday Jul 16th, 2015—12:00pm
From Accused to Advocate
Barbara Mancini, RN
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Barbara Mancini has been a nurse for over three decades. In this webinar she describes her experience in 2013 when she was arrested and prosecuted in Pennsylvania on the charge of aiding the attempted suicide of her dying 93-year old father after handing him his prescribed morphine four days before his death.
Thursday Jun 18th, 2015—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Valuing Personhood in Dementia: Considerations for Humane and Dignified Care
Maribeth Gallagher, DNP, FAAN
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Maribeth Gallagher, DNP, FAAN, serves as director of the dementia program at Hospice of the Valley and speaks on "Valuing Personhood in Dementia: Considerations for Humane and Dignified Care" in our June 18 webinar.
Thursday May 21st, 2015—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Competent persons deciding to stop eating and drinking: Should we intervene?
Sarah Bird, VP Clinical Operations, Hospice of the Valley
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Here is the link to the video referred to in this webinar: http://hovvideo.org/mary_choice/
Thursday Mar 19th, 2015—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Ethics in Palliative Care: Dispelling the Myths
Steven Oppenheim MD FAAHPM Palliative Care Medical Director at Banner Thunderbird Hospital
Steven Oppenheim, MD, the Palliative Care Medical Director at Banner Thunderbird Hospital, clears up some misconceptions about palliative care in this webinar.
Thursday Feb 19th, 2015—12:00pm
Too Young to Say No: Forcing Minors to Undergo Treatment They Don’t Want
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In our February webinar, James Bowen will discuss the discuss legal and ethical considerations in requiring minor patients to undergo medical treatment against their wishes.
Thursday Jan 15th, 2015—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Jason Robert, PhD (Please note that all slides are reviewed at end There was a technical issue in the recording)
Jason Robert, PhD, presents some of the foundations of bioethics.
Thursday Dec 18th, 2014—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Connecting with Difficult Patients
Christy A Rentmeester, PhD
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Christy A Rentmeester, PhD, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Ethics at the Creighton University School of Medicine speaks on Connecting with the Difficult Patient
Thursday Nov 20th, 2014—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Is it Ever Ethical to Override the Patient’s Treatment Preferences? Two Cases
Pete Hedrick, M.S, DO, DAAHPM, DAAPM
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Thursday Oct 16th, 2014—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Case Study: Informed Assent
Rebecca B. Yarrison, PhD
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Rebecca B. Yarrison, PhD, Asst. Professor, Bioethics at University of Kentucky College of Medicine, will present a case on Informed Assent.
Thursday Jul 17th, 2014—7:30am
Arizona Medical Marijuana and the Practitioner
Andrew Myers will present on the effects the medical marijuana laws have on physicians and other health practitioners in Arizona.
Thursday Jun 19th, 2014—7:30am
Brain death and futility
Thaddeus Pope, JD
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Thaddeus Pope, JD, Director of the Health Law Institute at Hamline University and adjunct Associate Professor of Law at Albany Medical College, where he teaches for the Alden March Bioethics Institute will be speaking on "Brain Death and Futility" for this webinar.
Thursday May 15th, 2014—7:30am
Alternative and Complementary Medicine
Emily Zaragoza, MD
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