Film Series: Watching Big Fish Next to My Mother in the Hospital
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.
Gattaca Continues to Spark Pertinent Bioethics Discussions
The Center for Practical Bioethics is having a film series starting with a movie that will lead attendees into a discussion on reproductive eugenics.
Fostering Civil Discourse – and Humor – in a Partisan Era
Dr. Terry Rosell shares a poem he wrote that he believes still works in the partisan era of Trump.
Ethics, Morality and Genomic Science: Can We Play God the Way God Plays God?
Dr. Richard Payne looks into the ethical dilemma that comes with the growing ability of gene editing.
Gun Violence: Prevention by Paying Attention
The Center for Practical Bioethics co-sponsored an event that invited a mother of a Sandy Hook victim to speak about preventing gun violence.
Lifetime Achievement in Bioethics
A founder of the Center for Practical Bioethics is presented with an award to recognize her longtime dedication to bioethics.
Whatever Happened to Long-Term Care Reform?
Being able to afford long-term care is a continued topic of discussion when conversing about Medicaid.
The Americans with Disabilities Act: Before and After the Fall
With the anniversary of the Americans of Disabilities Act, a story is shared about the accessibility of the world.
Charlie Gard, Baby Doe and the Wisdom of Bill Bartholome
The choices made for a young child jumpstart researching the bioethics of making decisions for minors.
Personalized Medicine: Our Future or Big Data Voodoo?
Personalized medicine is set to change the way of medicine.