2019 Conference Schedule


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Monday, June 17 | Preconference

9:00am - 5:30pm Intensive Bioethics Institute (BE5100) | Rodine Building*
Advanced Bioethics Institute (BE6500) | Rodine Building
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*May Be Taken for Academic Credit | Additional Registration Required

 Tuesday, June 18 | Preconference

9:00am - 5:30pm Intensive Bioethics Institute (BE5100) | Rodine Building*
Advanced Bioethics Institute (BE6500) | Rodine Building*

 Wednesday, June 19 | Preconference

8:30am - 5:30pm Preconference Workshop | Rodine Building
"Conscientious Practice in Healthcare: Ethical, Clinical, and Legal Issues"
Steven Aden, JD and Lauris Kaldjian, MD, PhD
Co–Sponsored by: Americans United for Life
Additional Registration Required
8:30am - 5:30pm Contemporary Issues in Bioethics (BE7700a) | Rodine Building*
Undergraduate Bioethics Institute / Bioethics for Professionals (BE476X) | Rodine Building*

9:00am - 5:30pm

Intensive Bioethics Institute (BE5100) | Rodine Building*
Advanced Bioethics Institute (BE6500) | Rodine Building*

 Thursday, June 20 | Preconference

8:30am - 3:30pm Preconference Workshop | Rodine Building
"Suffering, Pain, Opioids, and Compassionate Care for Patients: Controversies and Hope"
Ryan Nash, MD, MA and Nicole Shirilla, MD, MEd
Co–Sponsored by: The Ohio State University Center for Bioethics
Additional Registration Required
8:30am - 3:30pm Contemporary Issues in Bioethics (BE7700a) | Rodine Building*
9:00am - 12:00pm Intensive Bioethics Institute (BE5100) | Rodine Building*
Advanced Bioethics Institute (BE6500) | Rodine Building*
9:00am - 4:30pm Undergraduate Bioethics Institute / Bioethics for Professionals (BE476X) | Rodine Building*
10:00am - 4:00pm Pastors Workshop | Waybright Center
4:45pm Bioethics National Conference (BE477X/BE5900) | A. T. Olson Chapel Building*

 Conference Opening

5:30pm Registration | Rodine Building
(Exhibit Hall Open)
Dinner available for purchase in Hawkins Dining Hall (Waybright Center)
7:00pm Conference Welcome | A. T. Olson Chapel
7:15pm Opening Session | A. T. Olson Chapel
“Reclaiming the Lost Art of Dying"
Lydia S. Dugdale, MD, MAR
Yale School of Medicine
8:00pm Plenary | A. T. Olson Chapel
"Biblical and Theological 'Givens' for Responsible Christian
Thinking about Death"
D. A. Carson, PhD
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

 Friday, June 21 | Conference

7:45am Prayer | Kantzer Faculty Lounge
8:30am Plenary | A. T. Olson Chapel
"Empirical Perspectives on Care at the End of Life"
Tracy A. Balboni, MD, MPH
Harvard Medical School
9:30am Welcome Gathering for New Attenders | A. T. Olson Chapel
9:30am Break | Hinkson Hall
(Exhibit Hall Open)
10:00am Sponsored Workshops Rodine Building

Rights of Conscience for Healthcare Professionals
Workshop Sponsor | Alliance Defending Freedom

Bioethics, Autonomy, and Clashes of Values
Workshop Sponsor | American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians & Gynecologists

Fatal Flaws: Turning Back the Legalization of Assisted Suicide
Workshop Sponsor | Americans United for Life

Whither Futility? Seeking a New Vocabulary for Difficult End-of-Life Decisions
Workshop Sponsor | Christian Legal Society

Organ Procurement Strategies: Protecting the Sacredness of Donor and Recipient Workshop Sponsor | Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics

11:30am Lunch (on your own) & Informal Networking
Lunch available for purchase in Hawkins Dining Hall (Waybright Center)
1:00pm Parallel Paper Sessions | Rodine Building
2:10pm Break | Hinkson Hall
(Exhibit Hall Open)
2:30pm Plenary | A. T. Olson Chapel
“PAS and Aid in Dying: Lessons from the Netherlands"
Theo A. Boer, PhD
Protestant Theological University
3:30pm CBHD Members Meeting | A. T. Olson Chapel
6:00pm Dinner & Movie Screening | Melton Hall
Three Identical Strangers
Sponsored by The Tennessee Center for Bioethics & Culture
Complementary, click here for more info and to RSVP

 Saturday, June 22 | Conference

7:45am Prayer | Kantzer Faculty Lounge
8:30am Plenary A. T. Olson Chapel
"Care Taking in Secular Bioethics"
Jon C. Tilburt, MD, MPH
Mayo Clinic
9:30am Break | Hinkson Hall
(Exhibit Hall Open)
10:00am Sponsored Workshops Rodine Building

Euthanasia and Eugenics: The Pediatric Connection
Workshop Sponsor | American College of Pediatricians

Anatomy of a Perfect Crime? How to Dissect the Typical Assisted Suicide Statute and Expose its Harmful Nature
Workshop Sponsor | Bioethics Defense Fund

Dignity and Dementia
Workshop Sponsor | Christian Medical & Dental Associations

Disability and End-of-Life Care: Unique Perspectives, Enduring Ethical Issues
Workshop Sponsor | Joni and Friends International Disability Center

Caring for the Suffering: Drugs, Consciousness, and Becoming Human Workshop Sponsor | The Ohio State University Center for Bioethics

11:30am Lunch (on your own) & Informal Networking
Lunch available for purchase in Hawkins Dining Hall (Waybright Center)
1:00pm Parallel Paper Sessions | Rodine Building
2:10pm Break | Hinkson Hall
(Exhibit Hall Open)
2:30pm Plenary | A. T. Olson Chapel
"Eyes to See, Ears to Hear: Seeking Shalom for Those Dying at the Margins"
Patrick T. Smith, PhD
Duke Divinity School
3:30pm Plenary A. T. Olson Chapel
"Dignity and Life on the Line: Ending Well"
John F. Kilner, PhD
Trinity International University
4:30pm Conference Close

 Monday–Wednesday, June 24–26 | Postconference

8:30am - 4:30pm Bioethics Seminar (BE7700b) | A. T. Olson Chapel*

*May Be Taken for Academic Credit | Additional Registration Required

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