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A day at a bioethics conference

In my life as hospital chaplain, I have observed that bioethics often entails conflict resolution—usually around end-of-life issues. In these situations, the ethics consultant is called upon to consider difficult treatment possibilities and related factors (emotional, spiritual, personal, etc), and then to make recommendations to the medical team. But I have come to learn that the field of bioethics is much broader than conflict resolution… // Read More »

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