Are you interested in Medical Ethics? Come to the Rabinowitz Symposium!
Rabinowitz symposium will take place April 8, 2011.
We have three great speakers on the theme of narrative ethics and medicine; each will have a local commentator.
Hilde Lindemann, PhD (Michigan State University)
“5 Things to Do with Stories”
Cheryl Mattingly, PhD (University of Southern California)
“The Contested Creation of a Machine Baby: Moral Debate from a Narrative Perspective”
Vincent Lam, MD (University of Toronto)
“Narrative Medicine – Who Needs Stories in an Age of Evidence?”
The day will start at 10 a.m. and continue until 5 p.m. (with regular coffee breaks and a lunch break at 1:15 p.m.), and will take place in
the UW South Campus Center, Room 316.
Registration is free, but please do sign up if you plan to attend, so we can accurately estimate catering needs. Registration is available
Questions? Contact Sara Goering (sgoering) or Janelle Taylor (jstaylor)