2018 University of Toronto Surgical Ethics Course

Jun 1, 2018

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9:00am–4:00pm
Department of Surgery

Details

2018 University of Toronto Surgical Ethics Course
Chestnut Conference Centre, 89 Chestnut Street, Toronto

June 1, 2018
0900 - 1600

Through a combination of lectures, debates and small group discussions, this course will explore ethical issues faced by surgeons, including:

Professionalism and the consequences of unprofessional behaviors - Carlos Pellegrini
Innovation in Surgery - Nir Lipsman
Organ Trafficking - Jed Gross
Ethics M and Ms - Karen Devon

Course Faculty includes:
Mark Camp, Orthopaedic Surgeon, The Hospital for Sick Children
Karen Devon, General Surgeon, Women’s College Hospital

Annie Fecteau, General Surgeon, The Hospital for Sick Children
Jed Gross, Bioethicist, University Health Network
Nir Lipsman, Neurosurgeon, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Martin McKneally, Professor Emeritus, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto
Byung Moon, Cardiac Surgery, Southlake Regional Health Centre
Ryan Snelgrove, General Surgeon, University of Alberta

Registration fee: $100 (+HST)

Course registration available at: http://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/blog/2018/03/01/surgical-ethics-program/

 

 2018 University of Toronto Surgical Ethics Course  

Friday, June 1st, 2018

Chestnut Conference Centre at 89 Chestnut Street                       


0830-0900 Registration and Continental Breakfast

0900-0910 Introduction                                                                                                                           0910-0930 Professionalism and the consequences of unprofessional behaviors - Carlos Pellegrini                             
0930-0945 Breakout Groups                                          
0945-1025 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                              
1025-1045 Coffee Break
1045-1105 Innovation in Surgery - Nir Lipsman      
1105-1120 Breakout Groups:                   
1120-1200 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                              
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1320 Organ Trafficking  -  Jed Gross
1320-1335 Breakout Groups
1335-1415 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                              
1415-1435 Coffee Break
1435-1455 Ethics M and Ms   -  Karen Devon  
1455-1550 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                              
1550-1600 Participant course evaluations

 

 

Location

Chestnut Conference Centre
89 Chestnut Street
2018-06-01 13:00:00 2018-06-01 20:00:00 UTC 2018 University of Toronto Surgical Ethics Course 2018 University of Toronto Surgical Ethics CourseChestnut Conference Centre, 89 Chestnut Street, TorontoJune 1, 20180900 - 1600 Through a combination of lectures, debates and small group discussions, this course will explore ethical issues faced by surgeons, including: Professionalism and the consequences of unprofessional behaviors - Carlos PellegriniInnovation in Surgery - Nir Lipsman Organ Trafficking - Jed GrossEthics M and Ms - Karen Devon Course Faculty includes: Mark Camp, Orthopaedic Surgeon, The Hospital for Sick ChildrenKaren Devon, General Surgeon, Women’s College HospitalAnnie Fecteau, General Surgeon, The Hospital for Sick ChildrenJed Gross, Bioethicist, University Health NetworkNir Lipsman, Neurosurgeon, Sunnybrook Health Sciences CentreMartin McKneally, Professor Emeritus, Department of Surgery, University of TorontoByung Moon, Cardiac Surgery, Southlake Regional Health CentreRyan Snelgrove, General Surgeon, University of Alberta Registration fee: $100 (+HST) Course registration available at: http://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/blog/2018/03/01/surgical-ethics-program/    2018 University of Toronto Surgical Ethics Course   Friday, June 1st, 2018 Chestnut Conference Centre at 89 Chestnut Street                        0830-0900 Registration and Continental Breakfast 0900-0910 Introduction                                                                                                                           0910-0930 Professionalism and the consequences of unprofessional behaviors - Carlos Pellegrini                             0930-0945 Breakout Groups                                          0945-1025 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                               1025-1045 Coffee Break 1045-1105 Innovation in Surgery - Nir Lipsman       1105-1120 Breakout Groups:                   1120-1200 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                               1200-1300 Lunch 1300-1320 Organ Trafficking  -  Jed Gross1320-1335 Breakout Groups1335-1415 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                               1415-1435 Coffee Break1435-1455 Ethics M and Ms   -  Karen Devon   1455-1550 Reports from the breakout groups, discussion and summation                               1550-1600 Participant course evaluations     89 Chestnut Street - Chestnut Conference Centre discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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