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SIXTEENTH ANNUAL INTERMOUNTAIN MEDICAL ETHICS CONFERENCE

RETHINKING DEATH: A CONFERENCE ON MEANING, ETHICS, AND POLICY ISSUES IN DEATH AND DYING

Tuesday March 28, 2006 The Officers’ Club, Fort Douglas

8:00-8:30

Opening remarks: Historical tensions and current problems about death and dying Peggy Battin, PhD and Jay Jacobson, MD

8:30-9:30

Stuart Youngner, MD What Counts as Death? And Why Does It Matter?

9:30-9:45

Break

9:45-11:00

Breakout Discussions:

Jeff Botkin, MD, Brain Death in Kids: Salvaging Something Good From a Bad Situation

Leslie Francis, PhD, JD Legal Standards for Brain Death: Should We Reassess?

Stuart Youngner, MD Continuing discussion of Dr. Youngner’s presentation

11:00-12:00

Laurie Zoloth, RN, PhD The Borderlands of Nightfall: New Issues in Moral Philosophy and Faith at the End of Life

12:00-1:00

Lunch

1:00-2:00

Breakout Discussions:

Armand Antommaria, MD Donation After Cardiac Death: Evolution of a Policy

Mette Rurup MD The Truth About the Netherlands

Laurie Zoloth, RN, PhD Continuing discussion of Dr. Zoloth’s presentation

2:00-3:00

Mette Rurup, PhD Death and Dying: New Issues from the Netherlands:

3:15-4:00

Leslie Francis PhD, JD What the Supreme Court Has Said, Might Have Said, Could Have Said, and Might Still Say About Dying

4:00 – 4:30

Panel

4:30

Adjourn

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