a New Medical Humanities Series
When: Tues, Feb. 28th at 12:30pm
Where: Jordan Medical Education Building, RM 504
This new series in Medical Humanities is a monthly luncheon seminar that invites students across the healthcare community to engage with veteran practitioners and faculty on concrete, clinical issues that prompt more fundamental questions: what does it mean to heal? how does one measure wellness? how do doctors and nurses determine when their responsibility for making someone well is complete? How is the flourishing of patient and caregiver related — or not?
Caring at the End of Life
Dr. Kristen Carey-Rock
Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology and Critical Care
University of Pennsylvania
To RSVP, contact Elizabeth Feeney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristen Carey Rock is an Assistant Professor in Anesthesia and Critical Care, and a practicing anesthesiologist and intensivist at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She has written articles on bioethics in the Penn Bioethics Journal and The Ethics of Embryo Adoption and the Catholic Tradition: Moral Arguments, Economic Reality, Social Analysis (Springer, 2008).