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Health Humanities Consortium Annual Conference
March 9-11, 2017
This cross-disciplinary and inter-professional conference will bring together scholars, educators, clinicians, health advocates, students, patients, and caregivers to address topics in health humanities from a variety of perspectives, such as narrative medicine, age studies, history, philosophy, disability studies, deaf studies, gender studies, queer theory, ethnicity and race studies, and more. Keynote speakers include: Sayantani DasGupta, MD, Columbia University; Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, PhD, Gallaudet University; and John Hoberman, PhD, University of Texas at Austin. Details and registration can be found here.
National Nursing Ethics Conference
March 23-24, 2017
Luskin Conference Center, UCLA
Shaping an Ethical Environment is the theme for the 4th Ethics of Caring National Nursing Ethics Conference (NNEC). Nurses are actively engaged in influencing the processes and actions that create ethical environments and directly impact the nurse, the delivery of care, interprofessional collaboration and ultimately, patient outcomes. Recognizing that nurses' voices are required to participate in shaping those environments, the conference will emphasize the development of skills needed to manage ethical dilemmas and to enhance practice and leadership. Details and registration can be found at http://ethicsofcaring.org/
National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (NUBC)
Past Host Schools: Case Western Reserve University (2016), Florida State University (2015), Loyola University of Chicago (2014), Georgetown University (2013), University of Denver (2012), Duke University (2011), University of Puget Sound (2010), Harvard University (2009), Union College (2008), Michigan State University (2007), Notre Dame (2006), University of Pennsylvania (2005), University of Michigan (2004), Texas A & M (2003), Boston University (2002), Emory (2001), Notre Dame (2000), University of Virginia (1999), and Princeton (1998)