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 Teaching Bioethics

Center staff teach bioethics in many contexts throughout the Kansas City region, nation and internationally. We teach courses, give lectures, lead workshops and webinars, serve as panelists, speak at conferences, and contribute to bioethics literature in numerous print and online publications.

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Medical Ethics Workshops

Customized to Your Organization’s Needs

Whether you seek to start a medical ethics committee, educate and strengthen an existing group, or implement a clinical ethics consultations service, medical ethics one-day workshops are a place to start.
Immersive medical ethics consultation workshops include interactive lectures and case discussions. Afterwards, participants will feel comfortable being able to identify clinical ethics issues, engage multiple members of the medical team, lead a clinical ethics consultation or meeting, document it properly in the patient chart, and improve committee structure and discussion.
Topics Could Cover
• Bringing awareness of ethical issues in patient care
• Refining the ethics process
• Consultant training
• Utilizing limited resources for ethics services effectively
• Documentation of consults

For More Information About Medical Ethics Workshops

Ryan Pferdehirt, D. Bioethics, HEC-C, Director of Membership and Ethics Education
816-979-1350
rpferdehirt@practicalbioethics.org

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