Upcoming events Spring 2017- check back regularly for updates!
January 26: Clinical Ethics Seminar Dr. David Addiss presents The Prophetic Voice of Compassion: Implications for Global Health Ethics
Location: Center for Ethics Seminar Room 162
Synopsis: Global health is a radical proposition, dedicated to relief of human suffering and promotion of human flourishing on a global scale. It is animated by a compassionate impulse that is universal in scope—in sharp contrast to the language of fear and divisiveness that characterizes our current political discourse. The prophetic voice of global health, with its ethic of compassion, health equality, and social justice, is needed today more than ever before. This seminar will explore compassion as a core global health value, the factors that challenge its expression in global health practice, and its role in orienting and guiding global health ethics.
October 18: Welcome Reception for Shiza Shahid
Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Location: Houston Mill House
849 Houston Mill Road
The Emory Integrity Project and the Center for Civil and Human Rights presents a welcoming reception for famous social entrepreneur and the co-founder of the MALALA FUND: Shiza Shahid.
Tickets to this event includes reserved seating to Shiza Shahid's lecture at 7:30 PM.
VIP Tickets include: 2 complimentary guest passes and a discounted membership to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, a copy of I Am Malala, and reserved seating at Shiza Shahid's lecture at 7:30 PM.
Location: Glenn Memorial Auditorium
Free to the Emory Community with I.D.
In Partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights
October 26: Zombies and Zombethics - Where Do You Stand?
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Emory Center for Ethics Commons 102
Join us for a special joint Zombies and Zombethics!® and Emory Integrity Project Event on October 26th at 5:30p. RSVP here by 10/24 to save your spot.
Featuring Keynote presentation by Dr. Paul Root Wolpe titled, (Re)Creation: The Body as a Biotechnological Object followed by a panel on Emory Integrity Project case discussions on (In)visible Differences and Otherness. Of course, we’ll have our usual frightfully delicious candy buffet so come join us early*.
*Keynote begins at 6:00 PM, reception begins at 5:30 PM
November 2: Prescribing Price: The Ethics, Science, and Business of Drug Development and Pricing
Time: 8:15 am-3:00 pm
Location: Emory Conference Center Hotel, Starvine Ballroom
1615 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta, GA, 30329
Join us for an all-day discussion dedicated to a multifaceted examination of the factors that drive prescription drug development and pricing. Panels will address "The Science of Drug Development", "Ethics & Economics: The Business of Drug Development", and "The Place and Role of Government, Academia, and Public Policy in Drug Development and Pricing". Join Emory and Visiting Faculty for this conversation at the Emory Conference Center. Speaker, agenda, and registration information at: http://hcecg.org/
November 14: Lecture with Ilina Singh “Embodied Ethics of Neural Prostheses: Military Perspectives”
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Emory Center for Ethics Commons 102
Ilina Singh is Professor of Neuroscience & Society at the University of Oxford, where she holds a joint appointment between the Department of Psychiatry and the Faculty of Philosophy (Oxford Centre for Neuroethics and Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics). Her work examines the psychosocial and ethical implications of advances in biomedicine and neuroscience for young people and families. Recent projects include the ADHD VOICES project (www.adhdvoices.com); Neuroenhancement Responsible Research and Innovation (www.nerri.eu); and the Urban Brain Project (www.urbanbrainlab.com). In 2014, Professor Singh received a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award for a study entitled: Becoming Good: Early Intervention and Moral Development in Child Psychiatry.
November 14: Film Screening of Santhara Documentary
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Emory Center Commons 102
The Ethics and the Arts Program will be partnering with Shekhar Hattangadi, filmmaker; Ellen Gough, Department of Religion; Silas Allard, Center for the Study of Law and Religion for a screening of the film. An award-winning documentary film about Santhara, a Jain practice of starving to death and a classic example of the conflict between law and religion.
Panel: Shekhar Hattangadi, filmmaker; Ellen Gough, Department of Religion; Edward Queen, Center for Ethics; Silas Allard, Center for the Study of Law and Religion (moderator)
More information about the film here.
November 17: Clinical Ethics Seminar
The Ethicist as an Advocate—How else do we promote justice?
Speaker: William R Sexson, MD, MAB
Location: Emory Center for Ethics Seminar Room 162