Providence Center for Health Care Ethics is co-sponsoring the 26th Annual Statewide Kinsman Bioethics Conference in collaboration with OHSU Center for Ethics in Health Care. The conference will be in beautiful Hood River, OR on April 14-15.
The theme for this conference will be “Sharing the Stories of our Communities: A Conversation about Ethical Issues across Rural and Urban Health” and will feature keynote speaker, Mark Kuczewski, Ph.D. Director, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, Stritch School of Medicine and plenary speaker, (Rev) John F. Tuohey, PhD.
This will be an excellent opportunity to learn from some of the state’s most thoughtful voices in ethics. Topics range from narrative medicine to mountain rescue, population health in a rural community to shared decision making, and dual roles / boundary setting to moral distress. Continuing education credits will be provided.
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Registration is for both days, one day registration is not available.
Continuing education (Ethics hours) credits will be provided for the two-day conference as follows:
- Physicians: 13.5
- Nurses: 13.09
- Pharmacy: 13.5
- Social Workers: 13.75
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Please contact Patty Goss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-216-1906.