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Past Presentations

 

1997

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2002

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1997

January 14, 1997, Bruce Winick, The Jurisprudence of Therapeutic Jurisprudence (previously published in LAW IN A THERAPEUTIC KEY) (also appearing in PSYCHOL., PUB. POL’Y & L. 1997) [professor, UM School of Law]

February 11, 1997, Chuck Culver, Proximate Causation in Informed Consent Cases [professor, Barry University]

March 19, 1997, Kathy Cerminara, McIver and the Florida Constitution [professor, UM School of Law]

April 8, 1997, Bruce Winick, Coercion and Mental Health Treatment, 74 DENV. L. REV. 1145 (1997) [professor, UM School of Law]

May 6, 1997, Ken Goodman, Ethical and Legal Issues in Use of Decision Support Systems (published in E. BERNER, ED., CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS) [director, UM Ethics Programs]

September 9, 1997, Kathy Cerminara, The Class Action as a Method of Patient Empowerment in the Managed Care Setting, 24 AM. J. L. & MED. 7 (1998) [professor, St. Thomas University School of Law]

October 21, 1997, Ed Erwin & Ken Goodman, Meta-Analysis [professor, UM Department of Philosophy and Director, UM Ethics Programs]

November 18, 1997, Tricia Shackelford, Managed Care: Is It Therapeutic?
A Therapeutic Jurisprudential Analysis of the Managed Care Regime [student, UM School of Law]

December 9, 1997, Review, Anniversary and Holiday Celebration at Two Chefs in South Miami

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1998

January 20, 1998, Chuck Culver, Ken Goodman & Kathy Cerminara, Optimal Use of Orders Not to Intervene and Advance Directives, 3 PSYCHOL., PUB. POL’Y & L. 676, 688, 719 (1998) [professor, Barry University; Director, UM Ethics Programs, professor, St. Thomas University School of Law]

February 10, 1998, James Drane, Conversations on Competence [Emeritus Professor, Clinical Bioethics, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania]

March 17, 1998, Bob McKinlay, Grantwriting Ideas [Barry University]

April 21, 1998, Evelyn Torres, Diagnostic Ultrasound: A Medical Legal Time Bomb [student, UM School of Law]

May 20, 1998, Erica Beecher-Monas, A Rose By Any Other Name? “Scientific” vs. “Technical” Evidence, published as The Heuristics of Intellectual Due Process: A Primer for Triers of Science, 75 N.Y.U. L. REV. 1563 (2000) [professor, University of Arkansas - Little Rock School of Law]

June 10, 1998, Kathy Czepiel, Artificial Insemination by Donor: A Single Woman’s Savior or Dilemma [student, St. Thomas University School of Law]

September 16, 1998, Marlene Pinsky, Advance Directives Under Chapter 765 [county attorney, Public Health Trust]

October 21, 1998, Bruce Winick, Planning for the Future Through Advance Directive Instruments, 4 PSYCHOL., PUB. POL’Y & L. 579 (1998) (foreward) [professor, UM School of Law]

November 18, 1998, Glenn Singer, Advance Directives in the ICU [pulmonologist and chair of Ethics Committee, Broward General Medical Center]

December 15, 1998, Holiday Gathering at Les Halles in Coral Gables.

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1999

January 27, 1999, the Hon. Ginger Lerner-Wren, Mental Health Court [judge, mental health court in Broward County]

February 17, 1999, Yvette Pearson, Revising Notions of Reproductive Rights and Responsibilities, part of dissertation [Ph.D. candidate, UM Department of Philosophy]

March 17, 1999, Cheryl Amana, AIDS [professor, North Carolina Central University School of Law]

April 28, 1999, Chuck Culver, Medical Error [professor, Barry University]

May 19, 1999, Harry Hamburger, Alternate Dispute Resolution in the Health Care Setting [physician/mediator]

September 22, 1999, Jennifer Pender, Changing the Face of Death: Amendments to the Florida Hospice Statutes, 24 NOVA L. REV. 503 (1999) [student. NSU Shepard Broad Law Center]

October 20, 1999, Ken Goodman, Recent Amendments to Florida Statutes, Chapter 765 [director, UM Ethics Programs]

November 17, 1999, Steve Stark, Physicians and Pain Management, published as Bioethics and Physician Liability: The Liability Effects of Developing Pain Management Standards, 14 ST. THOMAS L. REV. 601 (2002) [attorney]

December 15, 1999, Holiday Dinner at Biscayne Wine Merchants and Bistro in North Miami

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2000

January 19, 2000, Stephen Siegel, Goals and Interests of the Health Law Section of the Florida Bar [attorney, chair of Florida Bar Health Law Section]

February 16, 2000, Bernie Gert & Chuck Culver, Psychiatric Evaluation of Patients Requesting Physician-Assisted Suicide [professor, Dartmouth College, and professor, Barry University]

March 23, 2000, Danielle Conway-Jones, Factual Causation in Toxic Tort Litigation: Burden of Proof, Legal Sufficiency, and Reasonable Scientific and Medical Certainty, published as Factual Causation in Toxic Tort Litigation: A Philosophical View of Proof and Certainty in Uncertain Disciplines, 35 U. RICH. L. REV. 875 (2002) [professor, University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law]

April 26, 2000, Steve Friedland, Kathy Cerminara & Ken Goodman, Third International Symposium on Coma and Death, Havana, Cuba [discussion made the press. See Shari Rudavsky, Professors, Experts at Nova Explore Ethics of Elian Case, The Herald, April 27, 2000, at 9B] [professors, NSU Shepard Broad Law Center, and director, UM Ethics Programs]

September 19, 2000, Elizabeth Pendo, Justice, Egalitarianism and Disability: Contextualizing Distributive Outcomes Under Title I of the ADA, published as Disability, Doctors and Dollars: Distinguishing the Three Faces of Reasonable Accommodation, 35 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 1175 (2002) [professor, St. Thomas University School of Law]

October 17, 2000, Jane E. Hendricks, The Use of Animals in Scientific Research [attorney]

November 21, 2000, Robin Fiore, Justice and Access to Health Care – Genetic Technologies [professor, Philosophy Department, Florida Atlantic University]

December 19, 2000, Holiday Dinner at Biscayne Wine Merchants & Bistro

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2001

January 16, 2001, Ben Mulvey, Health as Norm and Bioethical Standard [professor, liberal arts (philosophy), Nova Southeastern University]

February 20, 2001, Kim Stratos, Medical Decisionmaking for Children [attorney]

March 20, 2001, Anne-Valerie Kaninda Reception [Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres]

April 17, 2001, Bruce Winick, Forced Competency to Stand Trial in the Criminal Context [professor, University of Miami School of Law]

May 15, 2001, End-of-School-Year Celebration at The Antique Shoppe An Italian Eatery in North Miami

September 25, 2001, Elizabeth Pendo, International Health and Human Rights [professor, St. Thomas University School of Law]

October 16, 2001, Jean Thomas, The Paradox of Factionalism in American Law [professor, St. Thomas University School of Law]

November 27, 2001, Chris Zawisza, Children First Projects Regarding Medical Care of Children in the State of Florida [attorney, legal director of the Children First Project] [tangible result (partially) of this meeting was a brief filed in the Supreme Court of Florida]

December 18, 2001, Holiday Dinner at Biscayne Wine Merchants & Bistro in North Miami

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2002

Monday, January 14, 2002, Alina Perez, Physician-Assisted Suicide [professor, Public Health Program, Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division]

Tuesday, February 19, 2002, Chuck Culver, What Do Doctors Need to Know? A New Focus on Informed Consent, published as a chapter in BIOETHICS: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH (co-authored with Bernie Gert) (Oxford University Press 2005 or 2006) [professor of medical education, Barry University]

Tuesday, March 19, 2002, Bruce Winick, Outpatient Commitment: A Therapeutic Jurisprudential Analysis, published in 9 PSYCHOL. PUB. POL’Y & L. 107 (2003) [professor, University of Miami School of Law]

April 24, 2002, Sandra Greenblatt, Document Retention Policies: Are You E-Updated and E-Protected? [attorney]

September 24, 2002, Chuck Culver and Karon Coleman, The Baby Doe Regulations: Bioethical and Legal Considerations in Neonatal End-of-Life Care [professor of medical education, Barry University, and attorney, UM-Jackson Memorial Hospital]

October 22, 2002, Bruce Winick, Nursing Practices in Palliative Care: Legal, Ethical and Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspectives [professor, UM School of Law]

November 19, 2002, Alina Perez, Ethical and Legal Issues Regarding a Special Hospice Program Geared Exclusively to Hispanics [professor, NSU Public Health Program]

December 16, 2002, Holiday Dinner, Biscayne Wine Merchants and Bistro in North Miami

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2003

January 28, 2003, Stephanie Anderson, Legal and Ethical Issues of the Human Genome Project [professor, UM School of Medicine]

February 25, 2003, Keith Moore, Legal and Ethical Aspects of the Physician Assistant Profession [professor, Barry University physician assistant program]March 25, 2003, Gerald Morris and Michael Funk, Legal and Ethical Issues Involved in the Jessica Santillan Case [attorney, Holy Cross Hospital and adjunct professor, NSU School of Law, and professor, NSU physician assistant program]

March 25, 2003, Gerald Morris and Michael Funk, Legal and Ethical Issues Involved in the Jessica Santillan Case (attorney, Holy Cross Hospital and adjunct professor, NSU School of Law, and professor, NSU physician assistant program]]

April 29, 2003, Kate Callahan, Susan Kass and Carol Petrozella, Integrating Ethics Across Disciplines: An Ethics Primer Developed at Miami-Dade Community College [consultant, the Huntington Consulting Group; professor, allied health, Miami-Dade Community College; professor and director Miami-Dade Community College Institute for Ethics in Health Care]

September 23, 2003, Elizabeth Pendo, Images of Health Insurance in Popular Film: The Dissolving Critique, published at 37 J. HEALTH LAW 267 (2004) [professor, St. Thomas University School of Law]

October 28, 2003, Alina Perez, Ken Goodman and Bruce Winick, The Impact of the Law on Public Health Issues: From HIV Superconfidentiality Laws to Bioterrorism to Mental Health Courts, a Legal and Ethical Analysis [professor, NSU public health program; director, UM Ethics Programs; professor, UM School of Law]

November 18, 2003, Michael Funk, United Nations Dilemma on Human Cloning: To Ban or Not to Ban? [professor, NSU physician assistant program]

December 16, 2003, Annual Holiday Dinner at Biscayne Wine Merchants and Bistro in North Miami.

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2004


January 27, 2004
, David Thomas, Experimentation With Human Subjects: Clinical Trials Involving the Incarcerated [professor, NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine]

February 17, 2004, Panel, Current Ethical and Legal Issues in Genetics

March 16, 2004, Chuck Culver and Karon Coleman, Genetics and the Duty to Warn [professor of medical education, Barry University and attorney, UM-Jackson Memorial Hospital]

April 20, 2004, Linda Simunek, Ethics and Human Rights in Today’s Nursing School Curriculum [professor, NSU Fischler Graduate School of Education and consultant in establishment of NSU’s School of Nursing]

September 13, 2004, Kathy Cerminara, Dealing With Dying: How Insurers Can Help Patients Seeking Last-Chance Therapies (Even When the Answer is “No”) [professor, NSU Shepard Broad Law Center] [cancelled, Hurricane Ivan]

October 11, 2004, Alina Perez, Medicare, Medicaid and Long-Term Care: Are the New Laws Helping the Minority Elderly?, presented at conference on Practicing in Multicultural Communities: Political and Legal Realities (October 15, 2004, Miami, FL) [professor, NSU Public Health Program]

November 8, 2004, Kathy Cerminara, Dealing With Dying: How Insurers Can Help Patients Seeking Last-Chance Therapies (Even When the Answer is “No”) , published at 15 HEALTH MATRIX 285 (2005) [professor, NSU Shepard Broad Law Center] [rescheduled from September cancellation due to Hurricane Ivan]

December 14, 2004, Annual Holiday Dinner at Thai House II in North Miami Beach

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2005


January 24, 2005, Louise Caro, Access to Health Care for the Indigent in Broward County [attorney, Special Projects Unit, Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Inc.]

February 28, 2005, Steve Stark and Deborah Thevenin, Developing the Office of Patient Protection and Risk Prevention and the Physician-Patient Advocacy Program at the Miller School of Medicine, presented at conference [executive director, Office of Patient Protection and Risk Prevention; associate professor of pediatrics and psychology at the University of Miami]

March 28, 2005, Tom Thompson, The Empirical “Evidence” of Bioethical Behaviors [professor, NSU Fischler School of Education and Human Services]

April 25, 2005, Karon Coleman and Chuck Culver, Being Competent in Florida [assistant county attorney, Miami-Dade County Attorney’s Office, Public Health Trust Division; associate program director, Barry University Physician Assistant Program]

May 23, 2005, Alina Perez and Alberto Caban, Jr., Law, Ethics and the Older Adult: Driving and Public Safety, presented at conferences in summer 2005 [professor, NSU Public Health Program and student, NSU-COM]

September 19, 2005, Mary Coombs and Bruce Winick, The Aftermath of Schiavo [professors, University of Miami School of Law] [cancelled, Tropical Storm Rita]

October 17, 2005, Gerald Morris, The Medical Mistake Disclosure Bandwagon - On It or Under It? Reconciling Love Story, Brenda Lee and Jerry Maguire [general counsel, Holy Cross Hospital and adjunct professor, NSU Shepard Broad Law Center]

November 21 , 2005, Mary Coombs and Bruce Winick, The Aftermath of Schiavo, resulted in a symposium of the same name at UM School of Law, February 18, 2006 [professors, University of Miami School of Law] [rescheduled from September cancellation due to Tropical Storm Rita]

December 13, 2005, Holiday Dinner, Oishi Thai in North Miami Beach

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2006


January 23, 2006
, Almos Trif, The Ethics of Teaching Medicine Before Residency [professor, NSU College of Medical Sciences]

February 13, 2006, Robert Kerr, The Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005: Who Should Pay for Improved Outcomes?, published at 17 HEALTH MATRIX ___ (2006 or 2007) [student, St. Thomas University School of Law]

March 13, 2006, Peter Holub, The AMA Guidelines for Ethical Advertising [professor, NSU College of Allied Health and Nursing]

April 17, 2006, Luis Gomez, Challenges to the Ethical Practice of Emergency Medicine: A Practical Review of ACEP's Code, presented at the annual NMA Conference in Dallas, TX, summer 2006 [emergency room physician and adjunct professor, NSU-COM]

September 18, 2006, Stephanie Aleong, "Green" Medicine is Safe Medicine: Using Lessons From Environmental Law to Hold Manufacturers and Distributors of Pharmaceuticals Liable for Injury Caused by Counterfeit Drugs, published at __________ [professor, NSU Shepard Broad Law Center]

October 16, 2006, JoNel Newman, Lessons and Challenges in Providing On-Site Legal Services to HIV Affected Clients at JMH [Assistant Professor of Clinical Education and Director of the Community Health Rights Education Clinic at the University of Miami School of Law Center for Ethics and Public Service].

November 13, 2006, Keith Sonderling, POLST: A Cure for the Common Advance Directive – It’s Just What the Doctor Ordered [NSU law student].

2007
Monday, November 12, Michael Igel, The Emergency Department On-Call Crisis: Can’t We All Just Get Along? [NSU law alumnus and LL.M. student at the University of Houston School of Law]

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