The Center for Biomedical Ethics serves as a resource for the broader community. Every year the Clinical Ethics Program offers a number of community outreach programs and initiatives. Select recent efforts include:
Community Outreach Talks
Mark P. Aulisio, “Autonomy and Beneficence: Why Informed Consent Matters,” Intensive Course in Medical Ethics, Boundaries and Professionalism, Office of Continuing Education, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio February 2010.
Rachel E. Phetteplace, and Nicole M. Deming, “HIV Disclosure: Challenges and Opportunities,” Ethics and HIV Workshop, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland, December 2010.
Mark P. Aulisio, Panel Participant on Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia, Religion and Bioethics, Undergraduate Bioethics Society, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, October 2009.
Mark P. Aulisio, “Ethics of Health Care Reform: Socialism, Death Panels, and Other Hobgoblins,” Lutheran Chaplaincy Services, Christ the Redeemer Church, Brecksville, Ohio, October 2009.
Mark P. Aulisio, “Autonomy and Beneficence: Why Informed Consent Matters,” Intensive Course in Medical Ethics, Boundaries and Professionalism, Office of Continuing Education, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio September 2009.
Community Outreach Committees/Programs
Cleveland Clinic Office of Civic Education Initiative, Bioethics Discussions for High School Interns (Summer 2011). Rachel Phetteplace
Hospice of the Western Reserve, Pediatric Advisory Council (2010-present). Mark Aulisio
Living Donor Council, National Kidney Foundation (2009 – present). Nicole Deming
Clinical Ethics Consultant, Mercy Regional Medical Center, Lorain Ohio (2009-present). Mark Aulisio
Concordia Care Ethics Committee (September 2009 – July 2010). Jason Gatliff and Rachel Phetteplace
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals Case Medical Center and the MetroHealth System, Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative, RSA Working Group (2007 -present). Mark Aulisio
Advisory Board, Adolescent Consortium, Division of Adolescent Health, Department of Family Medicine, Case Western Reserve University (2006 - present). Mark Aulisio
REACT (Rapid Ethics Action Consult Team), Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law, Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine, Department of Bioethics (2004-2009) (local, regional and national scope). Mark Aulisio