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Reproductive Ethics

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IBHH faculty and students presenting at ASBH Virtual Conference

Oct 12, 2021, 10:50 AM by Beverly Claussen

Tuesday, October 12

Deborah McNabb, “The Use of Literature to Improve Empathy for Abortion Patients”

Thursday, October 14

Bryanna Moore “At what cost? The biopolitics of visitation restrictions in a pandemic and what it means for clinical ethicists”

Ryan Hart, “Literature as a Way of Cultivating a Sense of the Lived Experience of Illness”

Saturday, October 16

Elise Smith, Corisa Rakestraw, Jeff Farroni, “Zooming” into Relational Research Ethics During a Public Health Emergency: Promoting a Culture of Ethics through Empirical Research”

Rebecca Permar “Cute or Dangerous? The Aesthetics of Emerging Technologies”

Shehani Jayawickrama, Kathleen Vincent, Lisa Campo-Engelstein, “Play Ball! Elite Athletes, Motherhood and Assisted Reproductive Technologies”

Bryanna Moore, “Playing Hot Potato? The Importance of Taking Ownership of Patient Care”

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