Catholic Ethics and the Challenge of COVID-19 - Part Seven: Should COVID-19 Positive Individuals Be Named Publicly to Alert Potential Contacts?
May 28, 2020, 1:00 PM - May 28, 2020 1:30 PM Eastern Time
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Co-sponsored by the Catholic Health Association and
in cooperation with the Pellegrino Center for Clinical
Addressing Critical Ethical Issues in COVID-19
In our ongoing commitment to provide timely, relevant information about
unprecedented challenges around the COVID-19 pandemic, the Catholic Health
Association and Georgetown University are offering a weekly series of
webinars to address critical ethical issues in caring for patients, families,
coworkers and the community during the pandemic.
Entitled, "Catholic Ethics and the Challenge of
COVID-19", the series will take place on consecutive Thursdays, 1-1:30 p.m.
ET. All sessions are being offered as a complimentary service to medical
professionals and the community during the novel coronavirus global health
Each 30 minute session will examine the implications of
specific critical issues in clinical care, organizational ethics and social
policy in the context of Catholic Social Teaching and the Ethical and
Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services (ERDs).
The distinctive question and answer format will provide
participants with ample opportunities to actively engage in the discussion.
1 - 1:30 PM ET
Should COVID-19 Positive Individuals Be
Named Publicly to Alert
Daniel Sulmasy, MD, Ph.D., MACP
André Hellegers Professor
of Biomedical Ethics in the Departments of Medicine and Philosophy
Acting Director, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, and
Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics
Robert Veatch, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scholar, Professor
Emeritus of Medical Ethics
Kennedy Institute of Ethics
David Miller, Ph.D.
Associate Director for Academic Programs,
Administrator for the Center for Clinical Bioethics
Georgetown University Medical Center
- Medical directors, CMOs, CNOs
- Residents, medical and nursing students
- Mission leaders
- Ethics committees
- Pastoral care directors
- Public health professionals
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