618 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210
Education – College of Medicine
|CBHX 2400 - Group 8
||Thomas Curran, MD
||3507 Setnor Academic Building (* unless otherwise noted)
||Tuesdays, 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
|Attendance is required. If you are unable to make a
session, you must contact Dr. Curran in advance and discuss alternative
June 11—The patient first: the clinical experience and respecting patients while learning on them
(* 2507 Setnor)
July 16—Speaking up
August 6—Telling the truth and keeping secrets
September 3—Ethics consultations and how to analyze and deal with ethical dilemmas
October 1—Cultural, religious, and personal practices
October 29—Discussion of Ethics Case Analysis Papers
November 19—Advance directives, surrogate decision-making, and the NY Family Health Care Decision Act
(* 3509 Setnor)
December 17—Futility, palliative care, and physician-assisted suicide
January 14—The limits of altruism: difficult patients and professional conscience; Speaking up paper due
February 11—The U.S. health care "system"
March 11—Self-regulation of the profession
April 8—Reflections on the graduating oath and the good Physician
(* 3510 Setnor)
Return to CBHX 2400 Bioethics at the Bedside
The Healing Muse:
Submissions accepted annually September 1 through May 1.
New Medical Student Elective:
Physicians & Social Responsibility II
It's not too late to register. Service component needs to start before class August 21. Details can be found here.