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Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds Archive


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2013-14: Spring 2014 | Fall 2013
2012-13: Spring 2013 | Fall 2012
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2010-11: Spring 2011 | Fall 2010 
2009-10: Spring 2010 | Fall 2009
2008-09: Spring 2009 | Fall 2008
2007-08: Spring 2008 | Fall 2007
2006-07: Spring 2007 | Fall 2006 
2005-06: Spring 2006 | Fall 2005
2004-05: Spring 2005 

2013-14

 Spring 2014 (top)

  • Feb. 11: "Health Law in the ICU: Critical Information Providers Need to Know" by Nicole Huberfeld, JD, H. Wendell Cherry Professor of Law in the UK College of Law.
  • March 11: "Food for Thought: Ethical Dilemmas in Dysphagia Management" by Tammy Wigginton, MS, CCC-SLP, BRS-S.
  • April 8: "You Want to Do the Right Thing  But Can't: Understanding Moral Distress" by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Professor of Bioethics; Director, Program for Bioethics; and Chair, Hospital Ethics Committee.
 Fall 2013 (top) 
  • Sept. 10: “Tales from Cuba: Health Care in an Embargoed State” by Rebecca B. Yarrison, PhD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Nursing, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • Oct. 8: “Clinical Ethics in Urology” by Jon S. Demos, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, UK Division of Urology.
  • Nov. 19: “Fertility Preservation in the Pediatric Setting: Addressing the Ethical Issues” by Randi Zlotnick Shaul, JD, LLM, PhD, Director of Bioethics, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; Assistant Professor, Joint Centre for Bioethics and Departments of Paediatrics and Surgery, University of Toronto.

2012-13

Spring 2013 (top)

  • Feb. 19 – Panel Presentation: “Mental Illness and Public Safety: Clinical Ethics Issues” with panelists: William G. Elder, Jr, PhD, Professor and Director of Behavioral Medicine, UK Department of Family and Community Medicine; Marlene B Huff, PhD, LCSW I, Professor, UK Division of Adolescent Medicine, Department of Pediatrics; Karen Loemmel, MD, Assistant Professor, UK Department of Psychiatry; and Becky Yarrison, PhD, Assistant Professor, UK Program for Bioethics, Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and College of Nursing.
  • March 19: “International Clinical Ethics Controversies: What in the World…?” by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Associate Professor, UK Departments of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Behavioral Science, and Director, UK Program for Bioethics
  • April 16:  “The Role of Psychiatry in Capacity Assessment” by Jeff Tuttle, MD, Assistant Professor, UK Department of Psychiatry, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics. 
  • May 21: “Ethical Quagmires in Guardianship: Who Are These People, and What Do They Know About Surrogate Decision-Making?” by Pamela Teaster, PhD, Professor, Department of Health Behavior; Associate Dean for Research, and Director of Doctoral Studies, UK College of Public Health; and Associate, Program for Bioethics.

Fall 2012 (top)

  • Sept. 11 – Special Presentation “Bioethics of 9/11” by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Associate Professor, UK Departments of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Behavioral Science, and Director, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • Oct. 9 – “The Bench to The Bedside” Lecture“Healthcare Reform Upheld: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act After the Supreme Court” by Nicole Huberfeld, JD, Gallion & Baker Professor of Law, UK College of Law, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • Nov. 13: “When ‘Doing Everything’ Isn’t Enough: Disagreements Between Healthcare Providers and Surrogates Near the End of Life” by Kristy S. Deep, MD, MA, FACP, Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director, UK Division of General Internal Medicine; Director, UK HealthCare Enterprise Quality and Safety; Director, UK HealthCare Palliative Care and Inpatient Hospice Services; Co-Chair, UK HealthCare Ethics Committee; and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.

2011-12

Spring 2012 (top)

  • Feb. 21:“The Bench to The Bedside” Lecture: “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court: What's at Stake?” by Nicole Huberfeld, JD, Gallion & Baker Associate Professor of Law, UK College of Law, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • March 20: “The Ethics of Donation After Cardiac Death” by Rebecca B. Yarrison, PhD, Assistant Professor, UK Program for Bioethics, UK Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and UK College of Nursing.
  • April 17: “Ethical Issues in Patients with Addiction” by David C. Maynard, MA, LPCC, NCC, Brief Interventionist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and National Certified Counselor, UK HealthCare Emergency and Trauma Services, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • May 15: “Ethical Issues in the Management of Puberty and Fertility in Mentally Challenged Children” by Douglas S. Diekema, MD, MPH, Attending Physician and Director of Education, Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics, Seattle Children's Hospital, and Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington.

Fall 2011 (top)

  • Sept. 20: “Lost in Translation: Ethical Issues with Hospital Interpreters” Raúl F. Lagos, EdD, Instructor, UK Department of Hispanic Studies, Medical Interpreter, UK HealthCare Kentucky Clinic.
  • Oct. 18: “How is a Hospital Like a Highway? Healthcare Reform as Economic Infrastructure” by Kristy S. Deep, MD, MS, MA (Bioethics), Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director, UK Division of General Internal Medicine, Director, UK HealthCare Palliative Care Service, Co-Chair, UK HealthCare Ethics Committee, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • Nov. 15: “Ethical Issues with Minimally Conscious States and Brain Death” by Rebecca B. Yarrison, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medical Ethics, Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine.

2010-11

Spring 2011 (top)

  • Feb. 8: “Clinical and Ethical Aspects of Lethal Injection as a Means of Capital Punishment” by Frank Romanelli, PharmD, MPH, BCPS, Associate Dean for Educational Advancement, UK College of Pharmacy, Professor, UK Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science, and Associate Professor, UK Physician Assistant Studies Program and UK Department of Internal Medicine.
  • March 8: “Existential Suffering: Moral, Cultural and Religious Frameworks” by Jim Thobaben, PhD, MPH, Professor of Bioethics and Social Ethics, and Dean, School of Theology and Formation, Asbury Theological Seminary, and part-time faculty, UK College of Public Health.
  • April 19: “Bioethics, Breast Cancer and Biobanking: Lessons from the Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center” by  Eric M. Meslin, PhD, Associate Dean for Bioethics, School of Medicine, Director, Center for Bioethics, and Professor of Medicine, Medical & Molecular Genetics, and Philosophy, Indiana University.
  • May 17: “The Role of Medical Ethics in Health Disparities: Science, Practice, and Policy" by Anita F. Fernander, PhD, Associate Professor, UK Department of Behavioral Science, and Fellow/Diplomate in African Centered Black Psychology, Association of Black Psychology.

Fall 2010 (top)

  • Sept. 7: "Why DO We Teach Medical Ethics? Cod Liver Oil vs. Mandates" by David J Doukas, MD, William Ray Moore Endowed Chair of Family Medicine and Medical Humanism, and Professor of Family and Geriatric Medicine, University of Louisville.
  • Oct. 5: "Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Care" by Kristy S. Deep, MD, MS, MA (Bioethics), Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director, UK Division of General Internal Medicine, Director, UK HealthCare Palliative Care Service, Acting Co-Chair, UK HealthCare Ethics Committee, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • Nov. 16: “Priority-Setting in Organ Transplantation: Ethical Frameworks for Allocating Scarce Resources” by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Associate Professor, UK Departments of Internal Medicine and Behavioral Science, Director, UK Program for Bioethics, and Chair, UK HealthCare Ethics Committee.

2009-10

Spring 2010 (top)

  • Feb. 9: "Lessons in Publication Ethics and Professionalism: The Work of Cornelia Wilbur, MD" by Leah J. Dickstein, MD, Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, Tufts University, and Professor Emerita, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Louisville.
  • March 9: "Authorship Integrity and Plagiarism: A Research Ethics Problem" by Nancy Walton, RN, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, and Chair, IRB, Ryerson University (Toronto, Ontario), and Member, National Council on Ethics in Human Research (Canada).
  • April 6: "Ethical Issues in Research on Prisoners” by Michele Staton-Tindall, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, UK College of Social Work, and Principal Investigator, Criminal Justice Kentucky Treatment Outcome Study (CJKTOS).
  • May 4: “Ethical Challenges with Limiting Pediatric Care” by Kathryn Weise, MD, MA, Pediatric Intensivist, PICU and Department of Bioethics, Director, Pediatric Palliative Medicine Service, and Program Director, Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics, Cleveland Clinic.

Fall 2009

  • Sept. 1: “Hoping for Hope: Translating Hope Theory into Clinical Practice” by Todd Coté, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Hospice of the Bluegrass, and Associate, UK HealthCare Palliative Care Service.
  • Oct. 6: "Brain Death in the Context of Organ Donation and Procurement: Ethical and Medical Issues" by Joseph L. Verheijde, PhD, MBA, Associate Professor of Biomedical Ethics, Mayo Clinic Arizona, and Adjunct Professor, Bioethics, Policy and Law Program, Arizona State University.
  • Nov. 3: "Advance Directives: A Review" by Nicole Huberfeld, JD, Willburt D. Ham Associate Professor of Law, UK College of Law, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.

2008-09

Spring 2009 (top)

  • Feb. 10: “Ethical Issues in Electro-Convulsive Therapy: Consent and Capacity” by Jeffrey Tuttle, MD, Assistant Professor, UK Department of Psychiatry, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • March 3: "The Ethics of Medical Research with African Americans" by Harriet Washington, author of the New York Times bestseller Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans (co-hosted by UK African American Studies and Research Program and UK Department of History).  
  • April 7: "Ethical Issues with Borderline Patients: Whose Autonomy Matters?" by James J. Clark, PhD, LCSW, Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Research, UK College of Social Work, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • May 19: “The 2009 Octuplet Case: Multiple Ethical Issues” by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Assistant Professor, UK Departments of Internal Medicine and Behavioral Science, Director, UK Program for Bioethics, Chair, UK HealthCare Ethics Committee, and Media Bioethicist on the Suleman Octuplet Case.

Fall 2008 (top)

  • Sept. 9: “Ethical Issues in Animal Research: Past, Present and Future” by Keith Schillo, PhD, Associate Professor, UK Department of Animal and Food Sciences.
  • Oct. 7: "The Ashley Case: The Ethical Deliberation over Growth Attenuation" by Douglas S. Diekema MD, MPH, Attending Physician and Director of Education, Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics, Seattle Children's Hospital, and Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington.
  • Nov. 18: “Big Ethics: Challenges with the Severely Obese Patient” by L. Raymond Reynolds, MD, FACP, FACE, Associate Professor, UK Division of Endocrinology and Molecular Medicine, and Medical Director, Health Management Resources medical weight loss program.

2007-08

Spring 2008 (top)

  • Feb. 12: “Military Medical Ethics Since September 11, 2001” by Edmund G. Howe, MD, JD, Professor of Psychiatry and Director, Program in Medical Ethics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
  • March 11: “Ethics and Public Health” by Julia F. Costich, JD, PhD, Chair, UK Department of Health Services Management, and Director, Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, UK College of Public Health.
  • April 8: “Research and Professional Ethics: Lessons Learned from The Discovery of Insulin" by Michael Bliss, PhD, Medical Historian and Author, The Discovery of Insulin (1982) and Banting: A Biography (1984), and Professor Emeritus, Department of Medical History, University of Toronto (co-hosted by UK Division of Endocrinology & Molecular Medicine and UK Department of History).
  • May 6: “Donation After Cardiac Death: Medical, Ethical and Legislative Challenges at the End of Life" by Michael Rie, MD, Associate Professor, UK Department of Anesthesiology,  Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.

Fall 2007 (top)

  • Sept. 11: "The Role of Personal Values in Professional Life: Ethics and Professionalism" by Mark P. Aulisio, PhD, Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics, MetroHealth Medical Center, and Director, Master's Program in Bioethics, Department of Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University.
  • Oct. 9 – Panel Presentation: "Medical Error and Truth-Telling."
  • Nov. 20: “The Role of Family in End-of-Life Decision-Making” by Robyn Mowery, PhD, LMFT, Assistant Professor, UK Department of Family of Studies, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.

2006-07

Spring 2007(top)

  • Feb. 14: “Medicare and Medicaid: Access Issues and Vulnerable Populations” by Nicole Huberfeld, JD, Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky College of Law, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • March 13: “Ethical Issues in Elder Abuse” by Pamela Teaster, PhD, Associate Professor, Graduate Center for Gerontology, UK College of Public Health, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • April 10: “Ethical Adventures in Reproduction" by Joan Callahan, PhD, Professor, UK Department of Philosophy, Director, UK Women’s Studies Program, and Associate, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • May 15 – Panel Presentation“Medicine and Industry: Old and New Ethical Challenges” with moderator Tom Foster, PharmD, Professor, UK College of Pharmacy, and Chair, UK IRB.

Fall 2006 (top)

  • Sept. 12: “The Role of Stem Cell Research in Our Clinical Future: Ethical Considerations" by Eric Meslin, PhD, Director, Indiana University Center for Bioethics and Assistant Dean for Bioethics, IU School of Medicine.
  • October 10: “Ethical Issues for Doctors in Training” by James Fleming, medical student, University of Kentucky College of Medicine. 
  • November 7: “Ethical and Moral Dilemmas in Correcting Ambiguous Genitalia” by Daniel Beals, MD, FACS, FAAP, Associate Professor, Departments of Surgery and Pediatrics, Associate, UK Program for Bioethics, and Co-Chair, UK HealthCare Ethics Committee.

2005-06

Spring 2006 (top)

  • Feb. 14: "Medical Research with Children: Has The Pendulum Swung Too Far?" by Lainie Friedman Ross, MD, PhD, Associate Director, Maclean Center for Bioethics, University of Chicago.
  • March 14: "Ethical Issues in Genetic Counseling" by Heather Pierce, PhD, CDG, Director, UK Clinical Genetic Counseling Program.
  • April 11 – Panel Presentation“The Next Flu Pandemic: Ethical Considerations” with moderator M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Director, UK Program for Bioethics, and panelists: Glynn Caldwell, MD, Epidemiologist, UK College of Public Health; Joseph Conigliaro, MD, Director, UK Program for Quality, Safety, and Patients’ Rights Eric Christianson, PhD, Medical Historian, UK Department of History; James McCormick, MD, Pulmonary Specialist, Department of Internal Medicine; and Malkanthie McCormick, MD, Infectious Disease Specialist.
  • May 16: "Ethics and Palliative Care: Lessons from the Dying" by Fr. Mark Miller, PhD, Director, The Redemptorist Bioethics Consultancy, Saskatoon, Canada.

Fall 2005 (top)

  • Sept. 6: "What is a Clinical Ethics Consult — and When Do You Need One?" by M. Sara Rosenthal, PhD, Director, UK Program for Bioethics.
  • Oct. 11: "Nursing Ethics: Patient-Centered Challenges" by Rebecca Davis Mathias, PhD, Bioethicist, University of Alberta.
  • Nov. 8: "Working with Patients on Advance Directives" by Allison Connelly, JD, Professor, UK College of Law.

2004-05

Spring 2005 (top)

  • March 15 – Inaugural Lecture: "Ethical and Moral Diversity" by Edmund Pellegrino, MD, Professor Emeritus, Kennedy Institute of Bioethics.
  • April 12: "Improving End-of-Life Decisions and Pain Management" by Neil Wenger, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, UCLA Healthcare Ethics Center.
  • May 10: "Competency and Decision-Making Authority" by William Harvey, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, and Former Director, University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics.
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