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Spring 2011

CHCE Updates Spring 2011
Health Care Ethics Updates
Health Care Ethics Updates
IN THIS ISSUE

2011 Drummond Lecture
in Health Care Ethics:
Peter A. Lawler, PhD


Dr. James DuBois
Receives ORI Book
Development Contract


Recent Graduates
from the Center for
Health Care Ethics


Student News

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FOR YOUR CALENDAR

April 15, 2011
Drummond Lecture:
Peter Augustine Lawler, PhD
"Virtue and the Prospect of Indefinite Longevity"
LRC, Pitlyk Auditorium
7:30am


June 7, 2011
NIMH conference
"Research with Vulnerable Populations: Charting the Ethical Terrain"
CMEs and CEUs Available!
Doisy College of Health Sciences, Allied Health Bldg.
8:00am


November 4, 2011
Bander Center
Endowed Lecturer:
Bernard Lo, MD
"Partnerships Between Academic Health
Centers: Opportunities, Challenges, and Pitfalls"

LRC, Pitlyk Auditorium
7:30am


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2011 Drummond Lecture in Health Care Ethics: Peter A. Lawler, PhD

Drummond Lecture 2011Join us on Friday, April 15th for the 2011 Drummond Lecture in Health Care Ethics. Dr. Peter A. Lawler will present "Virtue and the Prospect of Indefinite Longevity" at 7:30am in the Learning Resource Center, Pitlyk Auditorium A. Peter Augustine Lawler is Dana Professor of Government and former chair of the department of Government and International Studies at Berry College. He teaches courses in political philosophy and American politics.

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Dr. James DuBois Receives ORI
Book Development Contract


Office of Research IntegrityJames DuBois has received a contract from the U.S. Office of Research Integrity to produce a book entitled, Research Integrity: A Casebook for and by Scientists. In January 2011, a National Institutes of Health (NIH) policy went into effect requiring a minimum of 8 hours of face-to-face instruction in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) for all NIH-funded trainees. DuBois hopes that the casebook will serve as an excellent resource for RCR training: "Case discussion is a wonderful way to engage adult learners. We will ensure that the cases we develop are true to life and provide opportunities to develop problem-solving skills."

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Recent PhD Graduates from the
Center for Health Care Ethics


Graduation CapFour outstanding students have graduated from our Center during the past year. The Center for Health Care Ethics proudly congratulates new Drs. Nathaniel Brown, Heather Danesh, Erica Salter, and Rebecca Volpe. We wish them continued success in their future endeavors!

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Student News

Students in the PhD program in Health Care Ethics have accomplished a tremendous amount over the course of the last year. From research to writing, presenting, and the receipt of fellowships and awards, the achievements of our students are truly inspired. The following is a sampling of some of the remarkable work they have produced.

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