Ethics, Professional Ethics, Professional videos at the Health Sciences Learning Center (c) 2019, UW Board of Regents. All rights reserved. Ethical Issues in Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Emphasis on Practical Approaches to Solutions for Common Dilemmas Presented by Carl Hug, MD, PhD 2013-04-24 One for the Road - Drunk Driving Since 1900 <p> &nbsp;</p> <pre wrap="><span style="font-size:12px;"><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">In his book, Lerner narrates the two strong, and vocal, sides to this debate in the United States: those who argue vehemently against drunk driving, and those who believe the problem is exaggerated and over-regulated. A public health professor and historian of medicine, Lerner asks why these opposing views exist, examining drunk driving in the context of American beliefs about alcoholism, driving, individualism, and civil liberties.</span></span></pre>Presented by Barron Lerner, MD, PhD 2012-04-19 Cancer in Indian Country: Policy, Ethical and Research Considerations Presented by Donald Warne, MD, MPH 2012-04-18 Bioethics Symposium Welcome Presented by Norman Fost, MD, MPH; Robert N. Golden, MD 2012-04-12 Political Medicine: The Case of South Africa's Dr. Death (Wouter Basson) Presented by Steven Miles, MD 2012-04-12 Moral Distress and Provision of Futile Care in the ICU Presented by Jeff Grossman, MD 2012-04-12 Choice and Duty: Physicians, Women and Birth Control Presented by Laurel Rice, MD 2012-04-12 What Hippocrates Knew and We Have Forgotten <p> Medical students hear about the Hippocratic Oath during the first days of medical school, but what does it actually state?&nbsp; Hippocrates was an ancient Greek physician who lived from 460 to 370 BC, so how relevant is his interpretation of medicine nowadays?&nbsp; Dr. John Patrick, a retired pediatrician and now a world-renown lecturer, explores these questions further.&nbsp;</p> <p> <span style="color:#ffffff;">&quot;What the Hippocratic Oath gave substance to was a vision of a medical community with a predictable character of high ethical standards which could support justifiable trust between physician and patient with all the therapeutic benefit which such a community produces.&quot;<em>&nbsp;&nbsp;</em>Dr. Patrick argues that today, medicine has become more commercialized with a loss of these &quot;communities of character.&quot;&nbsp;Therefore how can we currently put the Hippocratic oath into practice?</span></p>Presented by John Patrick, MD 2012-04-11 Malpractice and Its Implications in Surgery Presented by Gregory Trost, MD 2011-10-22 Recognizing Child Abuse Presented by Norm Fost, MD, MPH 2011-10-18 The Future of Anesthesiology: New Drugs, New Technologies, New Responsibilities, Old Patient <p> Kirk Rogers presents a condensed overview of new drugs and methods available to anesthesiologist, and comments on how health trends in America complicate their use. </p>Presented by Kirke Rogers 2011-07-20 Ethical Principles applied to Contemporary Cases Presented by Norman Fost, MD, MPH 2011-06-09 If Money and Medicine are Inseparable, How Do We Teach Students to be Fair and Ethical Stewards of Health Care Resources? Presented by Gretchen L. Schwarze, MD, MPP, FACS 2011-03-04 FDA Regulations in Human Subjects Research Presented by Lisa A. Wilson, JD 2011-02-25 Understanding Reportable Events: What Needs to be Reported to the IRB and When Presented by Jessica Johnson 2011-02-08