“Religion. Healthcare Policy. Do the Twain Meet? How religion may affect healthcare policy: some history and an example,” a lecture by Sister Rosemary Flanigan, Ph.D.
What does it mean to have a “religious consciousness” and how does having such a consciousness affect our thinking as we deal with life and death issues as well as a host of bioethical issues facing us today?
Sister Rosemary will explore a case in which a moral theologian faced a bioethical issue and, using his religious consciousness, proposed a policy to guide medical practitioners.
July 8, 2009 — 5:30 to 6:00 Reception — 6:00 to 7:00 Lecture and Discussion
4801 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO 64110
The lecture is free but registration is required. Register online at www.PracticalBioethics.org or with Donna Blackwood at dblackwood@PracticalBioethics.org or 816-979-1352.
Audio and video versions of the lecture will be available shortly after the lecture. To learn more about audio and video availability, contact Lorell LaBoube at email@example.com.
For a preview of Sister Rosemary’s remarks, listen to the Center’s podcast, The Bioethics Channel, by clicking on: