Exploring Ethics

A Seminar Series

About Exploring Ethics

Exploring Ethics is a noontime seminar series made possible by the collaborative efforts of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFMBC) Clinical Ethics Committee and Northwest AHEC. The purpose of the series is to provide ethics education to WFMBC employees and surrounding institutions while providing Continuing Education Credit Hours for Nursing & Social Work staff.

Exploring Ethics talks are usually held once a month, either on a Tuesday or Thursday from noon – 1 pm, and often in Conference Rooms 10B and 10C on the 10th Floor of the Comprehensive Cancer Center. Exploring Ethics talks are open to all employees of WFBMC, its network hospitals, and all medical personnel in the Northwest AHEC region. Attendees are encouraged to register for each talk via the event link, and anyone seeking to obtain 1 hour of Nursing or Social Work Continuing Education Credit is required to register. Attendees are welcomed to bring their own lunch to each talk.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide the best ethics education possible, so we value all feedback and opinions. If you have any suggestions for topics involving ethical issues in health care that you would like for us to cover, or feedback on ways to improve Exploring Ethics, please do not hesitate to Gerardo Maradiaga at gmaradia@wakehealth.edu.

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Winston-Salem, NC 27109

(336) 758-4256

bioethics@wfu.edu