We held a pre-conference on July 20, co-hosted with the Center for Pediatric Nursing Research. The topic of this pre-conference was Pediatric Bioethics at the Point of Care: A Critical Examination of Ethical Issues in Pediatric Nursing.
Following the pre-conference from July 21 to 22, the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics and Palliative Care presented the 18th annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference. This year's topic was The Give and Take: Ethical Issues in Pediatric Transplant.
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