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Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics

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.

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Save the Date - Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022

Risk, Freedom, and Health: Data Justice and Cybersecurity Conference

Join us at the Chase Park Plaza Royal Sonesta, 212 N. Kingshighway Blvd., St. Louis, MO 

Conference - Starlight Ballroom:  8 a.m. - 5 p.m. C.S.T.

Reception - Zodiac Room:  5:15 - 6  p.m. C.S.T.

An in-person and online (via Zoom) program exploring data justice and cybersecurity in healthcare.  Please join us for this one-day insightful conference regarding the ways that contemporary trade-offs between personal data, artificial intelligence, justice and security risks will shape the future of healthcare. 

If you are a health care professional, business leader, educator, an entrepreneur or a concerned citizen, you are invited to join us for this exciting event. Please let us know if you are interested in sponsoring the conference or breakout sessions by contacting Berta Meyer at berta.meyer@health.slu.edu. 

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.