Ethical Dilemmas About Discharging Patients When There Are Disagreements Concerning Safety
Armand H. Antommaria, MD, PhD, Director, Ethics Center, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; Lee Ault Carter Chair of Pediatric Ethics, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati
- January 19, 2017, 8 to 9 a.m.
- Wright Auditorium, Seattle Children’s Hospital
Dr. Armand H. Antommaria has been the director of the Ethics Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center since 2012. His current research focuses on organ donation after circulatory death and ventilator triage. He is also a hospitalist who cares for both previously healthy children and children with complex chronic conditions. Antommaria has served on the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee on Bioethics and on the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities’ Clinical Ethics Consultation Affairs Committee.
About Sconyers/Godfrey Ethics Grand Rounds
The Sconyers/Godfrey Ethics Grand Rounds engages the Seattle Children’s community around a challenging ethical issue, often inspired by recent clinical cases. The grand rounds are structured to be interactive. Typically, a Seattle Children’s clinician presents a hypothetical case to frame the ethical questions. A national expert then provides a commentary on the case, followed by a half hour for robust discussion involving the audience.
The Treuman Katz Center for Pediatrics Bioethics is grateful for Jeff Sconyers and Debra Godfrey’s ongoing support of our educational activities in bioethics, which enables us to offer this thought-provoking series.