27TH ANNUAL

FLANIGAN LECTURE

Broadcast Date: August 30, 2021
7:00-8:15 PM CT

Young Physicians on the Frontline

Real-World Perspectives on Healthcare and Ethics
During COVID and Beyond

  

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Sister Rosemary Flanigan and Dr. Andi Chatburn at the Center’s 2014 Annual Dinner.

The 27th annual Flanigan Lecture is held in honor of the life and work of Sister Rosemary Flanigan, PhD. It also coincides with the celebration of her 95th birthday. 

In July 2008, Sr. Rosemary and Flanigan Chair Dr. Tarris Rosell co-taught an introductory course in bioethics to the inaugural class of dual degree DO/MA in Bioethics students at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. This would be Sr. Rosemary’s last course of hundreds taught. For this year’s Flanigan event we have invited four of those students, now physician-ethicists of more than a decade, to reflect on practices of medicine and ethics “during COVID and beyond.” 

  • What has been learned as physician-ethicists during pandemic times? 
  • From your perspective, is the militaristic metaphor, “on the frontline,” apt or overdone these past 18 months of pandemic?
  • What was learned in bioethics training that has been found helpful for healthcare vocation, during pandemic and over the past decade? 
  • What ethics issues have been encountered especially during the first decade of practice—and during 18 months of pandemic?
  • What advice might be offered to those who are medical and bioethics educators?
  • What hopes and fears, dreams and nightmares do young physicians have as they look beyond pandemic to perhaps many decades of service yet to come?
The session will begin with a brief presentation, “Triage Grief and Transformation,” presented by Dr. Andi Chatburn.

Panelists

Dr Andi Chatburn, DO, MA, HEC-C, Clinical Ethics and Palliative Care, Providence Health, Spokane, WA

Dr Erika Helgerson, DO, MA, Family Medicine, Osceola Medical Center, Osceola, WI

Dr Sharlene Murphy, DO, MA, Family Medicine, Northwest Primary Care, Portland, OR

Dr Michael Schick, DO, MA, MIH, FACEM, Emergency Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA

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Are We Stuck? Dealing with Vaccine Resistance

Ethical Perspectives and Lessons Learned

June 2021

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Previous Vaccine Allocation Webinar Sessions

Broadcast Date: April 1, 2021

Special Guests:
D. Rashaan Gilmore
Andrea Perdomo-Morales, MSW
Toniann Richard

SESSION 3

THE IMPACT OF VACCINATION ON LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS: A PEOPLE’S DIALOGUE

A COLLABORATION WITH AMERICAN PUBLIC SQUARE AND HEALTH FORWARD FOUNDATION

Join American Public Square at Jewell, the Center for Practical Bioethics and the Health Forward Foundation as we host a people’s dialogue! We will explore people’s perspective on the Covid 19 vaccine and how vaccination may affect their lives and livelihoods. How should we understand the long-term implications that could be felt by communities who choose or refuse to get vaccinated, and what does that mean for ALL of us?

Broadcast Date: March 5, 2021

Special Guests:
Catherine Satterwhite, PhD, MSPH, MPH
Broderick Crawford
Tarris Rosell, PhD, DMin

SESSION 2

STATE OF THE SCIENCE AND THE ETHICS OF EQUITABLE ALLOCATION

EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION: LOGISTICS, RESISTANCE, AND JUSTICE

Join our experts to explore regional issues on logistics, resistance and justice in the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Satterwhite will update us on HHS’s evolving emphasis on vaccine distribution, including direct to pharmacy and federal safety net providers. Mr. Crawford will discuss allocation, access, hesitancy and structural issues faced by communities of color within our region. This is the second in the Center’s four-part Ethics of Vaccine Allocation and Distribution Webinar Series. Dr. Satterwhite and Mr. Crawford’s remarks will be followed by dialog and Q&A moderated by Dr. Rosell.

Broadcast Date: January 29, 2021

Special Guests:
Christine Grady, PhD, MSN
Kathy Kinlaw, MDiv, HEC-C
Darrin D’Agostino, DO

SESSION 1

Safety & Efficacy in Emergency Authorization:

GETTING IT TO THOSE WHO WANT IT, RESPONDING TO THOSE WHO DON’T

This session examines the science and challenges in implementing the largest public health response to a global pandemic in the history of humankind. Basic ethical questions from genetic science in developing the most promising vaccines to justice concerns for those communities of color ravaged by the illness will be shared by experts and advocates in a panel format. The dialogue will touch upon our deepest and most profound beliefs about what we know and what we owe ourselves and each other. 

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