The 30th Annual Medical Ethics Conference will take place in Rome from March 8-12, 2015. More conference information will be forthcoming.
Established by Notre Dame alumnus Dr. Philip Clarke, the Notre Dame Medical Ethics Conference enables discussion between practicing physicians and specialists in medical ethics about issues confronting the medical community. The conferences bring together practicing physicians and workers in the field of health care from around the country to work with and learn from experts in medical ethics from the Notre Dame community and beyond. Physicians, theologians, and philosophers meet in small groups to discuss and analyze case studies submitted by conference participants that pose as ethical dilemmas in various areas of clinical practice.
Continuing Medical Education Credits
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Past Conference Materials
The generous support of Dr. Mark Lindenmeyer has made possible the compilation of the past seventeen years' worth of conference materials into electronic format. Past participants of the conferences are invited to click here to access the electronically archived materials. If you would like to be able to access these archives but do not know the password, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.