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Hagop Mekhjian Endowed Lecture and Institutional Grand Rounds in Medical Ethics

Thursday, September 19, 2019 @ 7:00 am
Continental Breakfast 6:30 am
Ross Heart Hospital Auditorium

This event will be live simulcast to:
Meiling Hall 160
Biomedical Research Tower (BRT) 115
The James Cancer Hospital (Wasserstrom Room L035)
Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute (DHLRI) 170
Eye and Ear Institute 3000

2019 Mekhjian Lecture:  
Joseph J. Fins, MD, MACP, FRCP
The E. Williams Davis Jr., MD Professor of Medical Ethics
Professor of Medicine
Chief, Division of Medical Ethics
Weill Cornell Medical College

Director of Medical Ethics & Attending Physician
New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center

Co-Director CASBI, Consortium for the Advanced Study of Brain Injury
Weill Cornell and Rockefeller University

Solomon Center Distinguished Scholar in Medicine, Bioethics and the Law
Yale Law School



Past Lectures:
2018--  Abraham Nussbaum, lecture on "The Reading Cure for Physician Resiliency"
2017 -- David Casarett, lecture on "Is medical marijuana really 'medical'?"
2016 -- Farr Curlin, lecture on "What does religion have to do with medicine?"
2015 -- Lauris Kaldjian, lecture on "Concepts of Health and Goals of Care in Shared Clinical Decision Making"   
2014 -- John Lantos, lecture on "Family Requests for Futile Treatment"
2013 -- Jeffrey Bishop, lecture on "Popular (NEURO) Science and other Political Schemes"
2012 -- Robert Troug, lecture on "Talking with Patients and Families About Medical Errors"
2011 -- Mark Siegler, lecture on "Should Elective Surgical Patients Be Invited to Serve as Living Kidney Donors?"
2010 -- Ellen Wright Clayton, lecture on "Genetic Testing: Ethical Dilemmas"
2009 -- Edmund Pellegrino, lecture on "What are the Moral Foundations of the Medical Profession?"




For additional information regarding The Annual Hagop S. Mekhjian Medical Ethics and Professionalism Medical Centerwide Grand Rounds, please contact Kelly Bolt (614-366-8405 or kelly.bolt@osumc.edu).