Oregon Bioethics and Humanities Colloquium -Conceptualizing Culture in Healthcare ContextsView All Events
Please join Dr. Elaine Hsieh as she discusses the topic "Conceptualizing Culture in Healthcare Contexts: A Theoretical Framework."
Friday, May 19th from 8-9AM PT
“Conceptualizing Culture in Healthcare Contexts: A Theoretical Framework”
Elaine Hsieh, PhD, JD
University of Minnesota
What can art tell us about the lived experience of mental illness? Is there anything moral about health communication? Join us at the Oregon Bioethics and Humanities Colloquium as we explore these questions and many more. See series flyer here.
The Oregon Bioethics and Humanities Colloquium (OBHC) is an academic lecture series for the state of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The goal of the OBHC is to foster substantive inquiry, conversation and education in biomedical ethics and medical humanism by bringing together scholars and students from diverse disciplines including medicine, philosophy, literature, sociology, religion, communication science, health policy and more. The OBHC aims to create an environment where critical examination of the human experience is the norm, and seeks to provide innovative perspectives on medicine and health — perspectives that will both challenge and edify all who attend.
Note: All presentations are virtual.
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