Performable Case Study – “Perhaps A Level Field” – The (Bio)Ethics of Third-Party Litigation Funding – 25th April
Performed by Spring 2016 Performable Case Studies Class (BIE 727) Monday 25 April 7:00-8:00 pm Room 409, Benson University Center, Wake Forest University The case concerns the ways in which a person who has been injured by a medical device or a questionable medical intervention can become a means to a lucrative end — “investment” […]
“Ethics & Health Care – An Introduction” book published by WFU Graduate Program in Bioethics Faculty, John Moskop PhD
Just published book written by our very own John Moskop, PhD, He is the Professor of Internal Medicine and Wallace and Mona Wu Chair of Biomedical Ethics at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He chairs the Clinical Ethics Committee at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and serves on the Ethics […]
Bioethics Seminar – 5 April – Is There a Place For Race In Precision Medicine?
JONATHAN KAHN, JD, PhD, James E. Kelley Chair in Tort Law, & Professor of Law, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota Dr. Kahn is a thoughtful and prolific scholar and critical thinker, who specializes in addressing biotechnology’s implications for our ideas of identity, rights, and citizenship, with a particular focus on race and […]
Bioethics Seminar – 3 March – Henry Beecher’s Bombshell at 50: “Ethics & Clinical Research” Revisited
SUSAN E. LEDERER, PHD Robert Turrell Professor and Chair, Department of Medical History and Bioethics University of Wisconsin-Madison Dr. Lederer is the Robert Turell Professor of Medical History and Bioethics, and Chair of the Department of Medical History and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is spending the spring semester at UNC-Chapel Hill as […]
Nancy King, JD appointed to the HHS Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections
Nancy King, JD, Professor, Department of Social Sciences & Health Policy and Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine; Co-Director, Center for Bioethics, Health, & Society and Graduate Program in Bioethics, Wake Forest University, has been appointed by US Dept of Health & Human Services (HHS) Secretary Burwell to the Secretary’s […]
Enrollment Deficits under the Affordable Care Act (Oct. 2015)
The Wake Forest Law School’s Health Law and Policy Center has issued a report on “enrollment deficits” under the Affordable Care Act, in North Carolina’s rural counties. Prepared with support from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, this report focuses on the unenrolled population that is potentially eligible for subsidies through the “marketplace” exchange — […]
“Irregular Migrant Access to Care: Mapping Public Policy Rationales” article published by Mark A. Hall, JD Department of Social Sciences & Health Policy, Wake Forest University School of Medicine and Jacob Perrin, MA, University of North Carolina
Mark A. Hall, JD, Center for Bioethics, Health & Society faculty member and Jacob Perrin, MA, University of North Carolina, alumnus of the Graduate Program in Bioethics jointly published an article ” Irregular Migrant Access to Care: Mapping Public Policy Rationales” – Oxford Journals, Arts & Humanities & Medicine Health, Public Health Ethics, Vol. 8, […]
The Medical Bill Mystery – Comments by Mark Hall, JD in New York Sunday Times, 3 May 2015
Mark Hall, JD Professor, School of Law and Faculty member of the Graduate Program in Bioethics at Wake Forest University commented on an article by Elisabeth Rosenthal in the SundayReview of the New York Times, dateline 2 May 2015. To read the full article click here.
Wake Forest University’s Health Law and Policy Program will be releasing a report: “Medicaid Reform Options for North Carolina
Edwin Shoaf, Health Law and Policy Research Associate and Mark A. Hall, Professor of Law & Public Health, both of Wake Forest University’s School of Law will be releasing this report. To read the Medicaid Reform Brief click here.
Exploring Ethics Conference Series – Thursday, 30 April, Ana Iltis, PhD, “Understanding & Communicating Risk in Health Care
Noon-1:05pm Comprehensive Cancer Center, 10th Floor Conference Room, 10C Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC Effective risk communication is essential in clinical care, biomedical research and public health. Yet there are numerous barriers to communicating risks in ways that patients and research subjects can readily understand and use in making health care choices. This […]