Event Recordings

Human Subjects Research Ethics lessons from the COVID-19 Frontlines

Human Subjects Research Ethics: Lesson from the COVID-19 Frontlines

Abbey Staugaitis, RN, MSN, CCRC, Harvey M. Arbit, PharmD, MBA, Wrenda M. Teeple, PharmD, and Idolly F. Oliva, MBA | The Center for Bioethics and the Human Research Protection Program together offered this Zoom-based event where panelists…
Ethics Grand Rounds | COVID-19: Nationalism and Exceptionalism Undermines Global Health

COVID-19: Nationalism & Exceptionalism Undermines Global Health

Jerome Singh, BA, LLB, LLM, MHSc, PhD | The COVID-19 pandemic is the most serious public health threat the world has faced in the last century. As rich and powerful countries dedicate significant resources to producing efficacious vaccines…
Ethics Grand Rounds | Communicating about Breast Cancer Overdiagnosis: Influence of Norms, Evidence, and Stories

Communicating about Breast Cancer Overdiagnosis: Influence of Norms, Evidence, and Stories

​​​​​​​Sarah Gollust, PhD | Most American women are not aware that routine mammograms can lead to overdiagnosis and overtreatment of breast cancer. Dr. Gollust presents findings from a 2019 survey assessing women's attitudes about breast…
Center for Bioethics | Ethics Grand Rounds: Minnesota is Ready for the End of Life Options Act: Evolving Status of Medical Aid in Dying

Minnesota is Ready for the End of Life Options Act: Evolving Status of Medical Aid in Dying

Thaddeus Pope, JD, PhD | Each year, 44,000 Minnesotans die. Nearly one-fourth die from cancer. Many of these patients want to control the timing and manner of their death. Today, terminally ill patients have several “exit options” in…
Ethics Grand Rounds: Social Public Health and Ghana's National Response to HIV

Social Public Health and Ghana's National Response to HIV

Amos Laar, MA | Researcher, ethicist, and public health advocate Amos Laar, PhD, connects the dots between HIV and the social, cultural, ethical and human rights issues systemically integrated with the disease in Ghana. For his MA, Laar's…