The Center for Practical Bioethics helped a family make difficult decisions involving a loved one’s medical care.
Sandra Stites is proud to serve on the Center for Practical Bioethics Board.
Dr. Richard Payne’s exemplary dedication and work will be continued in his legacy.
Those who Dr. Richard Payne impacted gathered to plan how his work with advance care planning with African American faith communities will continue.
The Center for Practical Bioethics presents the Bioethics Film Series which will include three films and a discussion pertaining to each.
As a woman watched “Big Fish” she was shocked by the lack of discussion that took place concerning end-of-life planning, a discussion her family felt was very valuable for understanding their mother’s wishes.
The Center for Practical Bioethics is having a film series starting with a movie that will lead attendees into a discussion on reproductive eugenics.
Dr. Terry Rosell shares a poem he wrote that he believes still works in the partisan era of Trump.
Dr. Richard Payne looks into the ethical dilemma that comes with the growing ability of gene editing.
The Center for Practical Bioethics co-sponsored an event that invited a mother of a Sandy Hook victim to speak about preventing gun violence.