SESSION 2: PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVES ON THE CURRENT EBOLA EPIDEMIC IN WESTERN AFRICA
DR. WAGNER: All right, Commissioners. Let’s—since our guests are ready to go, let’s the rest of us also do that.
Delighted to welcome our next panel, and we’ll use the same process as before. One by one, we will introduce you and ask you to speak, and then we’ll introduce and move each successive—to each successive panelist and hold all questions until all three of you have had a chance to speak.
DR. GUTMANN: I would love to welcome everybody. I’m Amy Gutmann. I’m president of the University of Pennsylvania, and I have the privilege of chairing the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. On behalf of myself and our vice chair, Jim Wagner, who is the president of Emory University, I’d like to welcome you to our 20th meeting.
Let me begin by noting the presence of our designated federal official who is also Bioethics Commission executive director, Lisa M. Lee. Lisa, please stand so we know who you are. We all do, the commission members.
SESSION 2: MEMBER DISCUSSION
SESSION 6: DELIBERATION AND BIOETHICS EDUCATION: CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY RESPONSE (CONTINUED)
DR. GUTMANN: Welcome back, everybody. We are going to move on to our second speaker for Public Health Emergency Response, Dr. Anthony Fauci.
SESSION 5: DELIBERATION AND BIOETHICS EDUCATION: CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY RESPONSE
DR. GUTMANN: Good morning, everybody. I'm Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania and Chair of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.
SESSION 3: MEMBER DISCUSSION [CONSENT CAPACITY FRAMING AND POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATIONS]
SESSION 7: DELIBERATION AND BIOETHICS EDUCATION: OVERVIEW
DR. WAGNER: Folks, thank you for joining us. This panel is going to be a little more theoretical, less focused on a particular incident, and a little less applied. It will give us an overview of what deliberation of bioethics education can mean generally. And folks, the way we will work this is I will introduce you each, one at a time, and ask you to speak.
Do they have a ten minute time limit, also?
DR. GUTMANN: Yes.
DR. GUTMANN: Welcome everybody. I'm Amy Gutmann. I'm President of the University of Pennsylvania. And I'm Director and Chair of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. And on behalf of myself and our Vice Chair, Jim Wagner, and all of our Commission members, I'd like to welcome you to this, our nineteenth meeting. I will begin by noting the presence of our designated federal official, Bioethics Commission Executive Director Lisa M. Lee. Lisa, please stand up. Thank you.
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