John G. Carney: A Career in Ethics
John G. Carney, Center CEO, announces his retirement by year’s end. John reflects on the work of the Center today and in the future.
The Center for Practical Bioethics invites applications and nominations for its President and Chief Executive Officer.
Democratic Deliberation Project Appears in Population Health Blog
Erika Blacksher, the Center’s John B. Francis Chair, writes about democratic deliberation and how it relates to population health and health inequality in the article, Deliberative Dialogue and Decision-making about U.S. Population Health Challenges: A Pipe Dream or a Possibility?
Ethical Considerations, Precepts, and Recommendations in a Post-Dobbs World
We commit to and call upon others to join with us to act in good conscience with humility, discernment, disciplined reflection, respectful discourse, and deliberate action.
America’s Nursing Crisis: Suggestions on What Should Be Done
On August 4, 2022 the 28th Annual Rosemary Flanigan Lecture was held at Kansas City University. Hosted by Tarris Rosell, Flanigan Chair,
Ethical AI Project in a BioNexus KC Blog
Lindsey Jarrett, Principal Investigator and Program Director of the Ethical AI Initiative at CPB, discusses the project with BioNexus KC in a blog.
Hundreds Connect with Voices of the Unheard
More than 300 guests viewed 72 works of art created by artists Marn Jensen and Andy Newcom, lingering at each one to read the history behind the physical representation of each elder’s wish.