Houston Methodist

Ethics Grand Rounds: When Our Personal Beliefs Have the Potential to Harm

5usan Miller, MD, MPH 
John S. Dunn, Sr. Research Chair in General Medicine
Houston Methodist Hospital

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant should be able to:

  • Describe the responsibilities and conflicts experienced by clinicis,ns in patient care;
  • Describe the professionsaI expectations and required behaviors of the health care delivery team;
  • Understand the unexplored consequences for clinicians, patients and society in the misapplication of personal beliefs;
  • Explore mechanisms to address the different ethical and legal perspectives of clinicians, health care delivery system, patients and society.

Wednesday, September 18 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm


Houston Methodist Hospital, Rio Grande Conference Room
6565 Fannin Street

Event Type

Seminar

Category

Grand Rounds

Continuing Education Credit

CME, CNE

Attendance Options

In-Person, Livestream Video

Website

https://www.bcm.edu/centers/medical-e...

Department & Center
Department of Medicine, Department of Nursing, Institute for Academic Medicine
Speaker

Susan Miller, MD, MPH, John S. Dunn, Sr. Research Chair in General Medicine

Contact Email

rmcbride@houstonmethodist.org

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