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11th Annual SLU Health Care Ethics Research Conference Starts May 3


The Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics will host its 11th annual health care ethics research conference on May 3-4 this year at Saint Louis University.

The conference will begin with the Distinguished Lecture from Anya Plutynski, Ph.D., Washington University Department of Philosophy professor.

The conference is open to all (undergraduate-graduate students), so share this invitation with friends who may be interested, regardless of their discipline. The conference will accept abstract submissions (300-word limit) related to bioethics, health care ethics, or medical humanities from students of any academic institution in any discipline.

The abstract submission deadline (300-word limit) is Friday, March 29, 11:59 p.m.

Prepare roughly a 15-minute presentation of research. Students are encouraged to submit abstracts for research projects and papers that were completed to fulfill a course requirement, as well as other independent research projects.

Monetary prizes will be awarded for top papers in each of the following submission categories:

Abstracts from graduate and undergraduate students in any area within the scope of bioethics, health care ethics, or medical humanities are gladly welcome. There is no limit to the kind of material students can present within these areas-it is a general conference discussing any research relevant to medical ethics.

Reach out to with any questions.