Emerging Topics in Catholic Health Care Ethics

A clinical ethics webinar series co-sponsored by the Catholic Health Association in cooperation with
Georgetown University
Loyola University Chicago
Saint Louis University

Organ Donation After Circulatory Death (DCD) and Normothermic Regional Perfusion (NRP)

March 6, 2024
1 to 1:45 p.m. ET

Dive into the ethical complexities of organ donation after circulatory death (DCD) and normothermic regional perfusion (NRP). Explore the evolving landscape of transplantation, examining dilemmas in consent, decision-making, and resource allocation. This concise exploration delves into the transformative potential of these practices, offering insights into the ethical challenges faced by healthcare professionals and society at large.


Kyle E. Karches -250

Kyle E. Karches, MD, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Health Care Ethics
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
Saint Louis University


March 6, 2024
1 to 1:45 p.m. ET
(Please adjust for your time zone)

Registration Fee:
CHA Members*: $0/$50
Non-Members: $100

*CHA Member registration fee is based upon member type. Please click the “REGISTER” button below and log in or contact the CHA Service Center at [email protected] for your pricing.

Questions? Email CHA or call (800) 230-7823


Who Should Attend

The complimentary webinar series is designed for …

  • Medical directors, CMOs, CNOs
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Residents, medical and nursing students
  • Ethicists

Who Should Attend

The complimentary webinar series is designed for
  • Mission leaders
  • Ethics committees
  • Pastoral care directors
  • Graduate students in moral theology or health care ethics
  • Persons interested in Catholic health care ethics

Can't Participate in the Live Event?

Don't worry if you cannot attend the live event. CHA will record the webinar and share the recording with all who are registered — so please register today for this webinar.


For more information, contact CHA Service Center or Brian M. Kane, Ph.D., CHA senior director, ethics.