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Interns at the Center: Give and Gain Practical Experience


Internships at the Center for Practical Bioethics are, well, practical.

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September 28, 2022


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.

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September 27, 2022


How to Advance Health Equity in Your Community


This webinar on social determinants of health, presented live on September 8, is one of 10 monthly educational webinars that the Center typically provides exclusively for Ethics Committee Consortium members.

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September 20, 2022


President/CEO Position


The Center for Practical Bioethics invites applications and nominations for its President and Chief Executive Officer.

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September 10, 2022


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?

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September 9, 2022


August 2022 Monthly Email Newsletter


The August 2022 edition of our monthly email newsletter.

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August 29, 2022


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.

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August 22, 2022



Healthcare Ethics in the Era of Dobbs v. Jackson


Dr. Rosell believes there are matters of morality related to pregnancy on which we all might agree. These are summed up in five statements.

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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,

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August 16, 2022


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