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2016 Conference Program

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2016

7:15 AM - 8:00 AM - BREAKFAST AND CHECK-IN (LOBBY)
8:00 AM - 8:10 AM - WELCOME: MARK SIEGLER, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

Panel 1: Health Disparities (8:15 AM – 10:00 AM)
Moderator: Monica Peek
8:15 AM - The Clinical Ethics of Health Disparities: A Distributive Justice Analysis (Monica Peek, The University of Chicago)
8:35 AM - Payment Reform to Reduce Health Care Disparities (Marshall Chin, The University of Chicago)
8:55 AM - Engineering Solutions to Injustice (Stacy Lindau, The University of Chicago)
9:15 AM - Building High-Quality Mental Health Care for the Underserved and Vulnerable (Niranjan Karnik, Rush University)
9:35 AM - Responsibilities of Clinical Professionals to Address Personal Finance Challenges Facing Clients and Patients (Harold Pollack, The University of Chicago)

10:00 AM – 10:25 AM - Break (Lobby)

Panel 2: "Untitled" (10:30 AM - 12:10 PM)
Moderator: Marshall Chin
10:30 AM - The Jack of Hearts (David Schiedermayer, Medical College of Wisconsin)
10:55 AM - Is Ethics Education Misguided? Insights from Moral Psychology (Peter Ubel, Duke University)
11:20 AM - Thinking About 22-Weekers (John Lantos, Children's Mercy Hospital)
11:45 AM - Ethics of Assisted Dying in the Context of Mental Illness (Laura Roberts, Stanford University)

12:15 PM – 1:30 PM - Lunch (South Green Lounge)

Panel 3: Living Donor Organ Transplantation (1:45 PM - 4:15 PM)
Moderator: Lainie Ross
1:45 PM - The Ciba Symposium of 1966: A 50 Year Focus on the Ethics of Living Donors (Lainie Ross, The University of Chicago)
2:15 PM - 100 Years of Transplantation at the University of Chicago (Mark Siegler, The University of Chicago)
2:30 PM - Living Liver Organ Donation in China (Michael Millis, The University of Chicago)
2:45 PM - Domesticating Organ Transplant: Familial Sacrifice and National Aspiration in Mexico (Megan Crowley-Matoka, Northwestern University)
3:00 PM - Vulnerable Donors: From Prisoners to Minors (Dick Thistlethwaite, The University of Chicago)
3:15 PM - Financial and Social Complications in Living Donor Transplant (Mary Simmerling, Cornell Medical College)
3:30 PM - Too Much, Too Soon? (David Cronin, Medical College of Wisconsin)
3:45 PM - Donor Requisites and the Need for Long-Term Follow-Up (Giuliano Testa, Baylor University)
4:00 PM - Are We Underestimating the Risk in Living Kidney Donation? (Walter Glannon, University of Calgary)

Panel 4: Clinical Ethics 1 (4:15 PM - 5:30 PM)
Moderator: Daniel Sulmasy
4:15 PM - Ethics and Research with Children: Enduring Themes (Eric Kodish, Cleveland Clinic)
4:30 PM - Managing Requests of Medical Enhancements: Framework to Identify Ethical Options (Margaret Moon, Johns Hopkins University)
4:45 PM - POLST: How Robust is the Data? (Susan Tolle, Oregon Health & Science University)
5:00 PM - Decision-Making Under Uncertainty: Lessons from the Cold War (Joel Howell, University of Michigan)
5:15 PM - Ethics and Yellow Gowns (Emily Landon, The University of Chicago)

5:45 PM - 6:00 PM - Group Photo: Fellows, Faculty, Board
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM - Fellows, Faculty, and Family Party

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2016

7:30 AM - 8:00 AM BREAKFAST AND CHECK-IN (LOBBY)

Panel 5: Surgical Ethics (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Moderator: Peter Angelos
Seasoned Surgeons
8:00 AM - Surgeons and Ethics: You Bet! (Ira Kodner, Washington University in St. Louis)
8:20 AM - Ethics in the Operating Room (Alex Langerman, The University of Chicago)
8:40 AM - Training the Next Generation of Surgical Ethicists (Peter Angelos, The University of Chicago)
Young Surgeons
9:00 AM - The Ethics of Surgical Education (Malini Sur, The University of Chicago)
9:15 AM - Teaching Surgical Ethics (Puneet Singh, The University of Chicago)
9:30 AM - Scars and Scar Management: Ethical Considerations (Baddr Shakhsheer, The University of Chicago)

10:00 AM - 10:50 AM - Presentation of the MacLean Center Prize in Clinical Ethics and Health Outcomes and MacLean Center Prize Lecture

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM - Break (Lobby)

Panel 6: Law, Medicine, Economics, and Philosophy (11:05 AM - 1:15 PM)
Moderator: Mark Siegler
11:05 AM - What Gets Counted and What Really Counts? (Richard Gunderman, Indiana University)
11:30 AM - Making Sense of Surrogacy (Daniel Brudney, The University of Chicago)
11:50 AM - Quality of Caring (David Meltzer, The University of Chicago)
12:10 PM - The Future of Decision Aids and Decision Support (Elbert Huang, The University of Chicago)
12:30 PM - Our Paternalist FDA (Richard Epstein, New York University)
12:50 PM - Preliminary Results from the Indian Health Insurance Experiment (Anup Malani, The University of Chicago)

1:15 PM - 2:45 PM - Lunch (South Green Lounge)

Panel 7: Clinical Ethics 2 (3:00 PM - 5:25 PM)
Moderator: Emily Landon
3:00 PM - Justice and Access to Palliative Care (Daniel Sulmasy, The University of Chicago)
3:25 PM - We Must Inform the Public: A Pilot Mass Media Campaign On Living Kidney Donation and the Ethics of 'Promotion' (Elisa Gordon, Northwestern University)
3:45 PM - Broad Consent: Does it Improve Consent for Research Specimens? (Tracy Koogler, The University of Chicago)
4:05 PM - Partnering with Patients to Teach Medical Ethics (Amélie DuPont, University of Montreal)
4:25 PM - Autonomy for All? Informed Consent Parity in Treatment and Research (Valerie Gutmann Koch, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law)
4:45 PM - Two Concepts of Optimism in Clinical Research (Lynn Jansen, Oregon Health & Science University)
5:05 PM - Bioethics and the Technological Imperative: An Alternative Read (Daniel Brauner, The University of Chicago)

5:25 PM - 5:30 PM - CONCLUDING REMARKS: MARK SIEGLER, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO