NCBC Two-day Seminars

NCBC Two-day Seminars:

Catholic Healthcare Ethics:
A Tradition of Compassion and Care for the Human Person

Each Fall The National Catholic Bioethics Center presents a series of two-day seminars in various cities across the United States to address current topics in bioethics. Required for those participating in the Center's National Catholic Certification Program in Health Care Ethics, these seminars are open to all engaged in, or preparing to engage in health care ministries consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church.  These seminars are intended to benefit health care workers, clergy, those involved in research in the life sciences, members of ethics committees, and others who provide spiritual support and counsel to patients and their families. Those interested in understanding and advancing the Church’s moral tradition in health care will also find them accessible and informative.

Seminar Sites in 2019:

Austin, TX (January 11 & 12, 2019) — Seton Healthcare Family Administration Offices — schedule

Bismarck, ND (August 9 & 10, 2019) — University of Mary

Philadelphia, PA (September 6 & 7, 2019) — Archdiocese of Philadelphia, 222 N. 17th St.

New York, NY (September 20 & 21, 2019) — The Priory of St. Catherine of Siena, 411 E. 68th St. .

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