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Kinsman Bioethics Conference April 11, 12
Raising voices for the marginalized among us
By Hong Lee, Salem Health medical ethicist
Join us in Eugene for this year's two-day annual Kinsman Bioethics Conference, Raising Voices: the Ethics of Dialogue and Communication in Health Care. Salem Health is hosting, in partnership with the University of Oregon and PeaceHealth in Eugene on Thursday and Friday, April 11 and 12 at the Hotel Eugene.
Keynote Speaker is Autumn Fiester, PhD, associate chair for education and training in the division of medical ethics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She directs the Penn Program in clinical conflict management, which promotes conflict resolution training for formal clinical ethics consultations and ethics conflicts at the bedside. Dr. Fiester conducts workshops in conflict management around the country.
Click here for the conference agenda; click here to register.