Events Calendar

Who shall live when all cannot live? Ethical issues in COVID-19 vaccine prioritization

“Who shall live when all cannot live? Ethical issues in COVID-19 vaccine prioritization” will be presented by Courtney S. Campbell, PhD, the Hundere Professor of Religion and Culture, Director of the Medical Humanities Program in OSU’s School of History, Philosophy and Religion. Watch this seminar, live or recorded, on the CPHHS website

Prior to coming to OSU, Courtney S. Campbell was a research associate at The Hastings Center, a "think tank" for medical ethics. He received his Ph.D. and M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia and his B.A. from Yale University.

A principal reason Courtney came to OSU was that he saw Oregon as a social laboratory for many of the difficult ethical issues in medicine. He has authored numerous articles on the controversial Oregon Death with Dignity Act and on the Oregon Health Plan. He also authored papers for the National Bioethics Advisory Commission on the ethical questions of human cloning and of research on human tissue.

 

Friday, April 16 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lecture or Presentation

Event Topic

Diversity/Equity/Inclusion, Research

Audience

Community Members, Faculty and Staff, Student, Alumni, Industry Partner, Online

Website

https://health.oregonstate.edu/seminar

Organization
College of Public Health and Human Sciences
Contact Name

Marie Harvey

Contact Email

marie.harvey@oregonstate.edu

Contact Phone

541-737-3836

Subscribe
Google Calendar iCal Outlook

Recent Activity