Grand Rounds at Palomar Medical Center

by David Lemberg MS DC on June 3, 2019

On 5/29/2019, I presented “Kant, the Law, and the Right to Healthcare” as the Grand Rounds program at Palomar Medical Center in Greater San Diego.

The program was sponsored by the PMC Biomedical Ethics Committee. One hour of AMA PRA Category 1 continuing medical education credit was available to attendees.

More than 25 PMC medical, nursing, and social work staff attended the Grand Rounds program.
Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare

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On Monday, 3/11/2019, I presented the invited seminar, “Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Genomic Medicine Practice”, at the Cleveland Clinic’s Genomic Medicine Institute.

The seminar was attended by approximately 60 staff members, team members, and post-docs.

Afterward, I was the guest at a Trainee Luncheon, attended by a dozen or more early career researchers and GMI team members.
Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare

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