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2021

Title Slide of Presentation: The Impact of Crowd Control Weapons on Public Health and Safety

The Impact of Crowd Control Weapons on Public Health & Safety

Faculty member Joel Wu, JD, MA, MPH and affiliate Brooke Cunningham, MD, PhD co-presented for the Department of Internal Medicine's Grand Rounds along with David Satin, MD, Erika Kaske, BS, and David Darrow, MD, MPH. 
Ethics Grand Rounds | It Doesn't Have to Be This Way: Long COVID & an Alternative Model of Health in the U.S.

It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way: Long COVID and An Alternative Model of Health in the US

Ethics Grand Rounds: In the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, many types of patient stories – later to be repeated thousand fold – were heard for the first time. Some were easier to understand: people tragically taken ill and…
Ethics Grand Rounds | The Impact of Stigma on Individuals with Substance Use Disorder & Mental Health Conditions: Perspectives from Community-Engaged Action Research in Minnesota

The Impact of Stigma on Individuals with Substance Use Disorder & Mental Health Conditions: Perspectives from Community-engaged Action Research in MN

Ethics Grand Rounds: Talk Objectives:  Identify the ways that stigma serves as a barrier to accessing care for individuals with substance use and mental health conditions. List the ways that the topic of stigma has emerged in evaluated…
Ethics Grand Rounds: Ethical Implications of Disparities Observed in COVID-19 for Scarce Resource Allocation

Ethical Implications of Disparities Observed in COVID-19 for Scarce Resource Allocation

Ethics Grand Rounds: COVID-19 continues to shine a light on the deep disparities present throughout the United States, in terms of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. This talk shows mortality data, as well as occupational case data,…
Human Subjects Research Ethics lessons from the COVID-19 Frontlines

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

Ethics Grand Rounds: The Center for Bioethics and the Human Research Protection Program together offered this Zoom-based event where panelists reflected on how their teams have navigated the conduct, oversight, or support of human…
Ethics Grand Rounds | Community Engage Research for Innovation and for Equity? Implications of taking community voice seriously

Community Engaged Research for Innovation and for Equity? Implications of Taking Community Voice Seriously

Ethics Grand Rounds: Community Engaged Research (CER) has become a priority for funders to increase representation in clinical trials and address health disparities. CER contributes to health innovations by bringing the perspectives of…
Ethics Grand Rounds | Ethics, Research, & Pregnancy: Guidance and Lessons from the PHASES Project

Ethics, Research and Pregnancy: Guidance and Lessons from the PHASES Project

Ethics Grand Rounds: Increasingly, conducting research with pregnant women has been recognized as ethically imperative – if enduringly complex.

2020

Ethics Grand Rounds | The Ethics of Underfunding: Changing the Narrative about Native American Health Care

The Ethics of Underfunding: Changing the Narrative about Native American Health Care

Ethics Grand Rounds: There is a general misconception that Native Americans receive free health care. This talk dispels that notion and gives a short history and current status of the Indian Health Care system. Dr. Owen discusses the…
Ethics Grand Rounds | COVID-19: Nationalism and Exceptionalism Undermines Global Health

COVID-19: Nationalism & Exceptionalism Undermines Global Health

Ethics Grand Rounds: 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 and treatments…
Ethics Grand Rounds | Dual Agency, Population Health, & Professional Responsibility in Contemporary Healthcare Delivery

Dual Agency, Population Health and Professional Responsibility in Contemporary Healthcare Delivery

Ethics Grand Rounds: COVID 19 may overwhelm our healthcare system. But healthcare professionals aren’t just stretched during a pandemic. The way healthcare is structured means everyday they are torn, advocating for individual patients…