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Transcript, Meeting 25, Session 2

SESSION 2: REFLECTING ON THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE IMPACT OF NATIONAL BIOETHICS ADVISORY BODIES

DR. WAGNER: We are continuing our conversation on the impact of national bioethics advisory bodies. And… as our panel grabs their seat, we will follow the same format this afternoon. We will work through our panelists. Please…take your time. We will do the same process, introduce each of you individually and have you make your remarks. We'll have some conversation, and then we're going to invite the prior panelists also to join us for the final session of the day.

Date

Tue, 05/03/2016

Transcript, Meeting 23, Session 3

SESSION 3:  MEMBER DISCUSSION

DR. WAGNER:  We are assembled.  Let's ‑‑ our afternoon is committed to discussing some possible recommendations with regard to the education ‑‑ ouch ‑‑ component.  We always put that leg right in front of me, don't we?

And we have some ‑‑ and we do have some questions from our Mount Holyoke students, Commissioners.  So I think I'd like to ‑‑ oh, and from some others.  So I think ‑‑

DR. GUTMANN:  Yeah.

DR. WAGNER:  ‑‑ I think I'd like to go through these very, very quickly and ‑‑ as we make the transition.

Date

Tue, 11/17/2015

Transcript, Meeting 23, Session 4 and Concluding Remarks

SESSION 4:  MEMBER DISCUSSION

DR. WAGNER:  I hate to cut you off but you're digging into your next session.

DR. GUTMANN:  Yes.  We're going on.  I'm happy to do it.

Okay.  So we're moving on to consider the relationship between deliberation and bioethics education.  We've already done some of this.  But we have some provisional recommendations on this.

Date

Tue, 11/17/2015

Transcript, Meeting 23, Opening Remarks and Session 1

SESSION 1:  IMPLEMENTING INNOVATIONS IN ETHICS EDUCATION

DR. GUTMANN:  Good morning, everybody.  It is great to see you all here in Arlington.  And I look forward to our meetings.  I am Amy Gutmann, I am president of the University of Pennsylvania, and I have the privilege of chairing the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethics.  On behalf of myself and our vice chair, Jim Wagner, president of Emory University, I welcome you to our 23rd meeting.

Date

Tue, 11/17/2015

Transcript, Meeting 23, Session 2

SESSION 2:  MEMBER DISCUSSION

DR. GUTMANN:  Actually, I was going to ask if, Christine, did you have a comment you wanted to make relevant because you could take a minute to ‑‑ yeah.  Put your ‑‑ and then we'll get ‑‑ yeah.

DR. GRADY:  I was going to make a point that actually Laura made at the end before she left and that was that, you know, in terms of creating safe space for students to have these kinds of discussions, we first have to care about helping the teachers being prepared and that that's not a trivial task ‑‑

DR. GUTMANN:  Uh‑huh.

Date

Tue, 11/17/2015

Transcript, Meeting 22, Session 5 and Closing Remarks

SESSION 5: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

DR. GUTMANN: Terrific. Thank you all for rejoining us. I want you to think about    but I'm going to start with Nelson's question    I want you each to give us one piece of advice. And I mean, really, one. Don't make the one I have    my one piece of advice is, I have ten pieces of advice. One thing that you would like to see addressed in our report having to do with what we could recommend to encourage or enable our society to improve the quality of deliberation or    and/or education around issues of health science, bioethical issues.

Date

Wed, 09/02/2015

Transcript, Meeting 22, Session 4

SESSION 4:  FOSTERING AND MEASURING SUCCESS IN ETHICS AND DELIBERATION

DR. GUTMANN: Welcome.  Our first panelist is Carol Ripple, Associate Director for Education Research and Engagement in the Social Science Research Institute at Duke University.  Dr. Ripple leads the education and human development incubator and oversees evaluation, data infrastructure, and community engagement.

Date

Wed, 09/02/2015

Transcript, Meeting 22, Session 3

SESSION 3: ETHICAL AND DELIBERATIVE SKILLS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN

DR. GUTMANN:  If I could ask Commission members and everybody to take a seat, welcome back.

We are going to dive into a discussion of ethical and deliberative skills across the lifespan, and we are honored to begin with Sue Knight, who joins us from halfway around the world.

Date

Wed, 09/02/2015

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