ASBH 22nd Annual Conference
Justice and Flourishing in a Pluralistic World
After participating in this conference, attendees should be able to:
- Discuss emerging issues in bioethics and the medical humanities
- Discuss and apply recent research findings related to bioethics and the medical humanities
- Articulate differing conceptions of justice within a pluralistic society
Session topics include:
- Clinical ethics and clinical ethics consultation
- Religion, culture and social sciences
- Arts and literature
- Philosophy and history
- Research ethics and empirical research
- Law, public health policy, organizational ethics
- Education and inter-professional studies
- Diversity, disparity and inclusion
We are excited to announce the ASBH 22nd Annual Conference education schedule is now available online. Use the site to search 2020 sessions, presentations, and participants. View a breakdown of sessions by presentation day, type, and category. Log in with your ASBH username and password to create and save a custom conference itinerary that can be updated and exported. Connect with ASBH on social media using #ASBH20 and let us know which presentations you are most excited about!
Who Should Attend
The American Society of Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) Annual Conference is designed for physicians, nurses, attorneys, historians, philosophers, professors of literature and the humanities, members of the clergy, social workers, and others engaged in endeavors related to clinical and academic bioethics and the health-related humanities.
Respect common sense norms for public behavior, personal interaction, and common courtesy. Abusive, harassing, or threatening behavior is not acceptable.
ASBH encourages an environment of free expression, diverse points of view, scholarly exchange, and mutual respect.
2020 Program Committee
Thomas Cunningham, PhD, Chair
Stacey Tovino, JD, PhD
UNLV William S Boyd School of Law
Devan Stahl, PhD
Erin Lamb, PhD
Ana Iltis, PhD
Wake Forest University
Kayhan Parsi, HEC-C, JD, PhD
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine