Emerging Controversies in Organ Transplantation

The MacLean Center Seminar Series: Emerging Controversies in Organ Transplantation

Robert Veatch, PhD, Professor of Medical Ethics at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and a Professor in the Philosophy Department at Georgetown University, predicts emerging controversies that face the future of organ transplantation. Organ transplantati...

Summary

Robert Veatch, PhD, Professor of Medical Ethics at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and a Professor in the Philosophy Department at Georgetown University, predicts emerging controversies that face the future of organ transplantation.

Organ transplantation raises almost every important medical ethical issue, including: standards for determining death, informed consent, the fair allocation of scarce resources, research on human subjects, global health concerns, and more. The MacLean Center’s Seminar Series has examined Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation.

This year’s interdisciplinary seminar series was organized by Mark Siegler, MD, Director of the MacLean Center. The seminars are cosponsored by the Transplant Center at the University of Chicago Medicine.

Learn more about the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics at http://medicine.uchicago.edu/centers/ethics/welcome.html

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Duration:
1 hour, 12 minutes, 52 seconds
Recorded:
October 17, 2012
Published: December 21, 2012
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