OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Medical Humanities Table Talks

 

The Program in Medical Humanities was proud to host a series of Medical Humanities Table Talks during the 2011-2012 academic year covering a wide variety of current related ethical, moral, and social issues.

 

The 2011-2012 Program Included:

Tamina Toray, Western Oregon University,
“Palliative Care: Transforming the Care of Serious Illness,” May 2012

 

Carolyn Aldwin,
“Stress: Aging, Moderation and Mortality,” May 2012

 

Cliff Hall, MD,
“Current Dilemmas in Medical Ethics,” April 2012

 

Kristin Barker, OSU Sociology,
“Patient Expertise and the Internet,” February 2012

 

Michael Huntington, MD,
“Is There a Right to Health Care?,” January 2012

 

Patti Watkins, OSU Psychological Sciences,
“Body Image, Obesity, and the Health Engagement Model,” January 2012

 

Emily McNulty,
“SCREEN: Mid-Willamette Breast and Cervical Education,” November 2011

 

Susanna C. Snyder,
“Reclaiming Primary Health Care: Strengthening the National Health Authority in Ecuador,”
November 2011

 

Courtney S. Campbell,
“Dignity, Death and Dilemmas: PAD and Oregon Hospice,” November 2011

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