Daniel W. Foster, MD, Visiting Lectureship in Medical Ethics
The annual Daniel W. Foster, MD, Visiting Lectureship in Medical Ethics brings distinguished scholars in medical ethics to the UT Southwestern Medical Center campus to present and discuss the challenging moral issues in biomedicine. Established in 2007 in honor of UT Southwestern’s Daniel W. Foster (see side bar, at left), the Lectureship also offers opportunities for faculty, staff, and trainees to discuss medical ethics in an intimate setting.
THE 2011 DANIEL W. FOSTER, MD,
VISITING LECTURESHIP IN MEDICAL ETHICS
Noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, November 8, 2011
D1.602 South Campus
“Professionalism, Bioethics and a New Definition of Palliative Care”
Christine K. Cassel, M.D., President & Chief Executive Officer,
American Board of Internal Medicine and the ABIM Foundation, Philadelphia, PA.
Sponsored by the Program for Ethics in Science & Medicine and the Office of Continuing Medical Education. Credit in Continuing Education in Medical Ethics and/or Professional Responsibility Available.
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The 2010 Daniel W. Foster, MD, Lecturer: Leon R. Kass, MD, PhD
"Taking Care: Ethical Caregiving in Our Aging Society"
The 2009 Daniel W. Foster, MD, Lecturer: R. Alta Charo, JD
"The Celestial Fire of Conscience: Is There a ‘Right’ to Refuse Medical Services?"
The 2008 Daniel W. Foster, MD, Lecturer: Ruth R. Faden, PhD, MPH
"Ethics of Health Care Reform"
The 2007 Daniel W. Foster, MD, Lecturer: Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD
"The Doctor's Ethics: What Has Changed, What Cannot Change"