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Global Health & Medical Ethics Lecture Series

Latest release on Jul 26, 2010

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Rank #1: Missing Women and Gender Inequality in India: An Economic Perspective

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series: Global Health and Medical Ethics - "Missing Women and Gender Inequality in India: An Economic Perspective" presented by Emily Oster, PhD, The University of Chicago. Sponsored by: The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics The Global Health Initiative

Jun 24 2010

1hr 3mins

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Rank #2: Vaccines for the Developed and the Developing World

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series: Global Health and Medical Ethics - "Vaccines for the Developed and the Developing World" presented by Olaf Schneewind, MD, The University of Chicago. Sponsored by: The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics The Global Health Initiative

Jun 24 2010

59mins

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Rank #3: Global Trends in Overnutrition and Obesity

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series: Global Health and Medical Ethics - "Global Trends in Overnutrition and Obesity " presented by Robert Fogel, PhD, The University of Chicago. Sponsored by: The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics The Global Health Initiative

Jun 23 2010

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Rank #4: Global Pricing of Pharmaceutical Products

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series: Global Health and Medical Ethics -"Global Pricing of Pharmaceutical Products" Richard Epstein, JD, University of Chicago Sponsored by: The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics The Global Health Initiative

Jun 23 2010

1hr 10mins

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Rank #5: ART Scale Up in Hubei Province, China: What Happens Next?

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series: Global Health and Medical Ethics - "ART Scale Up in Hubei Province, China: What Happens Next?" presented by Renslow Sherer, MD, The University of Chicago. Sponsored by: The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics The Global Health Initiative

Jun 23 2010

1hr 3mins

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Rank #6: Swine Flu and the Next Influenza Pandemic

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series:Global Health and Medical Ethic-"Swine Flu and the Next Influenza Pandemic"Jean-Luc Benoit, MD, University of ChicagoSponsored by:The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical EthicsThe Global Health Initiative

Jun 18 2010

1hr 19mins

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Rank #7: Medical Complicity in Torture

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series:Global Health and Medical Ethic-"Medical Complicity in Torture"Allen Keller, MDNew York UniversityNovember 18, 2009Sponsored by:The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical EthicsThe Global Health Initiative

Jun 18 2010

1hr 2mins

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Rank #8: Global Health Initiative Launch

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This interdisciplinary seminar in clinical medical ethics has met each year since 1981 when Mark Siegler and Richard Epstein organized a year-long program on Bad Outcomes after Medical Innovation. The 2009-10 seminar, the 28th annual seminar in this series, will focus on Global Health and Medical Ethics. We have invited distinguished national and local experts to address these issues.The 2009-2010 Global Health Ethics Seminar aims to promote greater awareness of the complex ethical challenges that pervade international health. Faculty and guest speakers from a wide range of academic disciplines including economics, law, religion, public policy, and medicine will speak at these weekly seminars throughout the academic year. The Seminar Series is organized and sponsored by the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics and the Global Health Initiative.Under the distinguished leadership of Dr. Funmi Olopade, the Global Health Initiative (GHI) at the University of Chicago is dedicated to improving health through educational, research, and clinical programs that link the University of Chicago with partners around the world. Since many academic disciplines contribute to global health, GHI brings together a diverse group of faculty, students, and other trainees from many different schools and programs. The GHI aims to solve complex international health challenges through novel, integrative approaches.

Oct 30 2009

1hr 1min

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Rank #9: Eradicating the Great Worm (Guinea Worm Disease)

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Dr. Donald Hopkins speaks about the fight against Guinea Worm Disease, a disease that just 25 years ago was extremely under-reported and almost unheard of outside of the third world.This interdisciplinary seminar in clinical medical ethics has met each year since 1981 when Mark Siegler and Richard Epstein organized a year-long program on Bad Outcomes after Medical Innovation. The 2009-10 seminar, the 28th annual seminar in this series, will focus on Global Health and Medical Ethics. We have invited distinguished national and local experts to address these issues.The 2009-2010 Global Health Ethics Seminar aims to promote greater awareness of the complex ethical challenges that pervade international health. Faculty and guest speakers from a wide range of academic disciplines including economics, law, religion, public policy, and medicine will speak at these weekly seminars throughout the academic year. The Seminar Series is organized and sponsored by the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics and the Global Health Initiative.Under the distinguished leadership of Dr. Funmi Olopade, the Global Health Initiative (GHI) at the University of Chicago is dedicated to improving health through educational, research, and clinical programs that link the University of Chicago with partners around the world. Since many academic disciplines contribute to global health, GHI brings together a diverse group of faculty, students, and other trainees from many different schools and programs. The GHI aims to solve complex international health challenges through novel, integrative approaches.

Oct 30 2009

1hr 2mins

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Rank #10: The Role of Religious Organizations in Contributing to Health Care in Africa

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28th Annual Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series:Global Health and Medical Ethic-"The Role of Religious Organizations in Contributing to Health Care in Africa"Katherine Marshall, PhDGeorgetown University (The Berkley Center)Sponsored by:The Maclean Center for Clinical Medical EthicsThe Global Health Initiative

Jul 26 2010

1hr 11mins

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