The Benjamin Rabinowitz Symposium in Medical Ethics is an annual, interdisciplinary event that brings together researchers, faculty, students, health care workers and members of the public to discuss and critically assess recent research, theories, policies and practices relevant to the ethics of health, health care and medicine. The interdisciplinary nature of the symposium motivates collaboration across Philosophy, Bioethics, Public and Population Health, Medicine, Nursing, Social Work, Political Science, Sociology, Medical Anthropology and the Health Humanities, among other disciplines. It also brings researchers and theorists in conversation with those who practice and make policy in medicine, nursing and public health. Topics range from those related to issues in clinical ethics to those in population health ethics.
The Symposium is made possible by generous funding from the Benjamin Rabinowitz Endowment in Medical Ethics. For more information on the Symposium, please contact Carina Fourie, the Benjamin Rabinowitz Chair in Medical Ethics at the Department of Philosophy: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Apr 13, 2018||Life Support: The Role of Family, Friends and Community in Health and Healthcare|
|Mar 31, 2017||Race, Health and Justice|
|Apr 29, 2016||The Sickness of Society: What Kind of Equality Matters for Health?|
|April 19, 2013||Whose Medicine, Whose Care? Troubling Inequities in the Migration of Health Care|
|April 13, 2012||Disordering Personalities?: Psychiatric Diagnosis and Moral Responsibility|
|April 8, 2011||Telling Stories, Revealing Narratives: Perspectives on Illness and Care|
|April 23, 2010||Approaching Dementia: Creativity and Ethics in Caring|
|May 1, 2009||Relief of Pain and Suffering: Too Little or Too Much?|
|April 4, 2008||Dying Hopes: Understanding Hope in the Face of Death|