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The Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics PhD students continue to inspire us with their remarkable work. The following is a sampling of some of the recent writing, presenting and other achievements our students have accomplished.
Holly Bante Phernetton, MPH, MS has accepted a tenure-track position at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences as Assistant Professor in the Division of Medical Humanities, UAMS College of Medicine. She was hired specifically as a research ethicist for the division.
She also presented "Strategies and Skills for Meeting the New Federal Guidelines for RCR Instruction" with James M. DuBois, PhD, DSc (Saint Louis University), and Elizabeth Heitman, PhD (Vanderbilt University Medical Center) at the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) conference in October, 2011.
Elliott Bedford, MA has published four papers:
Kelly A. Carroll, JD presented "Operationalizing Ethics in State-Based Health Information Exchange" at the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) conference in October, 2011.
Tyler Gibb, JD has published an op-ed piece:
He also presented "Judging Others: Cultural Tolerance and the Ethical Rejection of Cultural Practices" at the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) conference in October, 2011.
Ryan Holmes, MA has published two papers:
He also presented "Buying Time: The Ethics of Waiting When Making Critical Medical Decisions" with Katherine A. Brown-Saltzman, MA, RN (UCLA Health System), Carol Taylor, PhD, MSN, RN (Georgetown University), and James A. Hynds, PhD (University of California-Los Angeles) at the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) conference in October, 2011.
Whitney Hadley, MA has published a paper:
- DuBois, James M.; Bailey-Burch, Brendolyn; Bustillos, Dan; Campbell, Jean; Cottler, Linda; Fisher, Celia B.; Hadley, Whitney B.; Hoop, Jinger G.; Roberts, Laura; Salter, Erica K.; Sieber, Joan E.; and Stevenson, Richard D. "Ethical Issues in Mental Health Research: The Case for Community Engagement." Current Opinion in Psychiatry (2011) DOI:10.1097/YCO.0b013e3283459422.