Saint Louis University

2008 Spring Newsletter

Bander Center Inaugurated April 8th, 2008inaugural

The Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics was Inaugurated on April 8th, 2008 at Saint Louis University. Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH, Director of the Institute of Ethics at the American Medical Association, gave the first Bander Endowed Lecture, titled "Ethics and Pay For Performance (P4P): What is known of the effects of P4P on physician ethics and the patient-physician relationship". The inaugural lecture was a wonderful success and provided a great start to the Bander Center's endowed lecture series in medical business ethics.  Read More 

First Bander Center Fellows Selected

Miriam B. Rodin, MD, PhD, and Govind K. Nagaldinne, MBBS, both from the Department of Internal Medicine, will be the Bander Center's first medical school faculty fellows. During their year long fellowship, they will conduct research in medical business ethics and support the Bander Center's educational mission. Read More

Bander Center Completes Online CME Needs Assessment

Over 100 SLU physicians completed the online survey, indicating their preferences for topics and forums for CME in medical business ethics. The Bander Center will use this information to develop educational opportunities that best serve SLU physicians and the greater medical community. Read More

Two Bander Center Affiliates Selected as Editors of Upcoming Virtual Mentor Issue

Nathaniel Brown, an MD/PhD student at Saint Louis University currently pursuing a PhD in Health Care Ethics, and Jeff Dueker, an incoming SLU medical student for 2008, were selected as editors for Virtual Mentor, the online ethics journal of the American Medical Association (AMA). Their issue to be released in May of 2009 will focus on medical business ethics. Read More


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