Education – College of Medicine

CBHX 2400 - Group 5
Lecturer Kathy Faber-Langendoen, MD
Room 3507 Setnor Academic Building (* unless otherwise noted)
Time Tuesdays, 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Attendance is required. If you are unable to make a session, you must contact Dr. Faber-Langendoen in advance and discuss alternative arrangements.

Sessions:

June 25—The patient first: the clinical experience and respecting patients while learning on them
(* 2507 Setnor)

July 9—Speaking up

July 30—Telling the truth and keeping secrets

August 27—Ethics consultations and how to analyze and deal with ethical dilemmas

September 24
—Cultural, religious, and personal practices

October 22
—Discussion of Ethics Case Analysis Papers

November 19—Advance directives, surrogate decision-making, and the NY Family Health Care Decision Act

December 10—Futility, palliative care, and physician-assisted suicide

January 7—The limits of altruism: difficult patients and professional conscience; Speaking up paper due

February 4—The U.S. health care "system"

March 4—Self-regulation of the profession

April 8—Reflections on the graduating oath and the good Physician


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