The first of its kind in the nation, the Treuman Katz Center improves the lives of children and their families by addressing ethical questions that arise in pediatric care and research. Learn more.
The Treuman Katz Center serves as a national resource, helping physicians, researchers and policymakers advance their knowledge of bioethics and navigate complex moral dilemmas.
This year's Pediatric Bioethics Conference takes place July 22–23. Learn more and register.
Dr. Garrison joined the Division of Bioethics as an assistant professor in October.
Dr. Shah joined the Division of Bioethics as an associate professor in May.
Two clinical nurse specialists have been chosen for extensive training to enhance integration of bioethics into hospital care.
Partnerships are an essential part of the Treuman Katz Center’s mission. Our researchers collaborate with colleagues across the nation and around the world in pursuit of answers to complex bioethics questions.
Our partners include the Center for Clinical and Translational Research at Seattle Children’s Research Institute and the Department of Bioethics and Humanities and the Institute of Translational Health Sciences at the University of Washington.
Our bioethicists provide practical guidance to families, providers, researchers and policymakers about patient care, public health and research issues. Our consultation service is available to colleagues throughout Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington, and we offer informal advice to people at outside institutions. Learn more about our services.
Force LM, Rosenberg AR. A Call for Psychosocial and Palliative Care Training Standards for Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Physicians, A Reply to: Communication, Documentation, and Training Standards in Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2016 Jul; 63(7): 1314.
Rosenberg AR and Yi-Frazier J. Commentary: Resilience defined: An alternative perspective. J Pediatric Psychology. 2016 Jun; 41(5): 506-9.
Wightman A, Hsu E, Zhao Q, Smith J. Prevalence and outcomes of liver transplantation in children with intellectual disability. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2016 Jun; 62(6): 808-12.
Williams SE, Morgan A, Opel D, Edwards K, Weinberg S, Rothman R. Screening Tool Predicts Future Underimmunization Among a Pediatric Practice in Tennessee. Clinical Pediatrics. 2016 Jun; 55(6): 537-542.
Rosenberg AR, Orellana L, Ullrich C, Kang T, Geyer JR, Feudtner C, Dussel V, Wolfe J. Quality of Life in Children with Advanced Cancer: A report from the PediQUEST study. J Pain Symptom Management. 2016 May 21. pii: S0885-3924(16)30095-1.
Diekema DS, Wilfond BS. Decision-making for children with disabilities: parental discretion and moral ambiguity. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 2016 May; 58(3): 328-31.
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