A founder of the Center for Practical Bioethics is presented with an award to recognize her longtime dedication to bioethics.
Being able to afford long-term care is a continued topic of discussion when conversing about Medicaid.
With the anniversary of the Americans of Disabilities Act, a story is shared about the accessibility of the world.
The choices made for a young child jumpstart researching the bioethics of making decisions for minors.
Personalized medicine is set to change the way of medicine.
Kathy Greenlee works for the Center of Practical Bioethics where she advocates to help others understand elder abuse and why it isn’t just a family and should be taken seriously.
An elder man is ready to pass but his pacemaker keeps him alive. The ethics of deactivating that pacemaker is examined.
The Center for Practical Bioethics works with churches to provide end-of-life planning information to African Americans.
Remembering the impact of Beth Smith who was once the director of what is now the Center for Practical Bioethics.
Healthcare professionals hear from various disabled people about how they could be better supported.