The mission of the Saint Louis University Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics is to promote ethical business practices in medical care and research through the development of training and investigation opportunities for medical students, residents and physicians in practice.
Addiction Medicine: Advancing Health Outcomes by Addressing the Elephant in the Room
A Discussion wth Dr. Fred Rottnek Director of Community Medicine and Program Director of the Addiction Medicine Fellowship at SLU
Friday, September 23 at 2 p.m.
IL Monastero at Saint Louis University, 3050 Olive Blvd. Networking Reception to Follow
If you prefer to join us virtually - Zoom Link:
Bander Center Guiding Principles
The Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics was established in 2007 with a goal to promote ethical business practices in medicine and healthcare. Through research, education, and community engagement, we hope to better understand, and better communicate, the ethical relationships between health care professionals, patients, business and society.
Ethics is a remarkable human endeavor. We believe that a better future can be created by engaging one another's unique professional and personal stories. We encourage open dialogue on the issues of medical business ethics by bringing people together in inspiring spaces for thoughtful reflection. Our challenge, therefore, is to hear from voices from across the community to take part and to encourage each other on this important journey.