WELCOME! to The Center for
Health Ethics, Arts, and Humanities
This summer marked the start of our second year as a Center, an exciting time of growth and expansion. We invite you to watch for our newsletters and return here for innovative opportunities, like the Narrative Networking Conference, which we held for the first time in April 2022, and our Training for Ethics Committee Members and Decision-Makers, which was held for the second time this June.
You'll also continue to see a full schedule of familiar activities and events, including our recurring discussion groups: Literature and Healthcare and Evening Ethics, our three lecture series: Health Humanities, Cowan-Mayden, and Green, as well as our collaboration with the Utah Humanities Book Festival.
Check back often so you don't miss out on our collaborative events!
Evening Ethics Discussion Group
Evening Ethics Discussion: "Encountering Chinese Medicine, Expanding Medical Ethics" ...
This contribution argued that courts have been imposing physical reductionism on determinations of disability, leaving plaintiffs without remedies when there are no definitive biological markers of their conditions. Long COVID...
Jim Tabery, PhD, discusses recent contentions in Utah centered around issues where people feel their personal liberties are being infringed upon by an expanding government, Deseret News, 8 February 2022