Minggu, 09 Agustus 2015

ASBH Annual Meeting - Lots of EOL Sessions

The ASBH Annual Meeting is October 21-25,
2015 in Houston.  

If you are not already
planning to go, check out this huge list of sessions on EOL.  And this is just a subset of those on the program.


  • Can the Brain
    Dead be Harmed or Wronged? On the Moral Status of Brain De…

  • Religious Exemptions
    and the Duality of Death

  • Are Brain Dead
    Human Beings Really Dead?

  • Done to Death:
    Yet Another Argument About Defining Death—Where Miller & …


  • Non-beneficial
    Treatment Cases: A Policy Approach?

  • Preventive Ethics
    in an ICU Setting: A Pilot Study

  • Legal Update
    2015: Top 10 Legal Developments in Bioethics

  • Developing and
    Evaluating a Moral Distress Consult Service


  • Going POLSTal: Stamping
    Out Suboptimal Advance Care Planning Practices

  • Advance Care
    Planning in Health Organizations: Moving from Voluntary to Ob

  • Pregnancy
    Exclusions: Marlise Munoz and Limits on the Health Care Decision…

  • Talk to My Doctor
    about End-of-Life Issues? I Didn’t Even Know I Should!

  • Challenges and
    Strategies for Talking about Advance Directives with the Newl

  • Who Speaks for
    This Patient? An Advance Directive Quality Improvement Pro

  • Innovative
    Systems for Documenting Goals of Care and Life-Sustaining

  • Whose Decision is
    it Anyway? Care Providers‚ End of Life Conversations‚ and…


  • End of Life Rituals
    in the NICU as Analogues to the Christian Sacrament of A…

  • What To Do About
    Incompetent Revocations: When Patients With Progressiv…

  • Continuing
    Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment against Surrogate Wishes: Hea

  • The Unbefriended
    Must Not Be Unprotected: Organizational and Clinical Man…

  • Deciding for
    Patients without Proxies: Lessons Learned from a Decade of Det…

  • Culture and
    Religion: Forces to Be Reckoned with when Parents Refuse Life…

  • Evaluating
    Welfare in Patients Diagnosed as Vegetative with Covert Awareness

  • How
    Neonatologists and Bioethicists Conceptualize the Best Interests Standard


  • The Ethics of
    Paired Kidney Donation and Kidney Chains

  • Cardiopulmonary
    Resuscitation of Brain Dead Organ Donors: Impermissible‚…

  • Transplant
    Candidates: Expressions of Hope or Denial?

in Dying

  • Supreme Court of
    Canada's Ruling in Physician Assisted Dying and Next Ste…

  • A Matter of Life
    and Death: Physician Assistant Attitudes on Physician Assiste…


  • Mute Suffering in
    the NICU: Sacrifice in the Pursuit of an Uncertain Future

  • Innovative Triage
    Protocols for Pediatric and Neonatal Patients during an Influ…

  • Decision Making
    in Pediatric Critical Care: the Neonatal, Pediatric, and Cardia…

  • Outsourcing End-of-Life
    Care in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit

  • Should the Mannequin
    Die During Mock Codes? The Ethics of Simulated Death

  • The Religious
    Background and Do-Not-Resuscitate

  • Nurturing
    Healers: A Unique Program Encouraging Reflection among Residents

  • Teaching the
    Professionals and the Public: The Two Sides of End-of-Life Car…

  • Developing
    Critical Thinking Skills among Premed Students in an End-of-Life

  • Disease Without a
    Cure: Understanding Hope

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