Bethany Johnson, “Daily Dragging Themselves Up the Stairs: The Health Aftermath of Twentieth Century Influenza and Twenty-first Century COVID”
Bethany Johnson, “Daily Dragging Themselves Up the Stairs: The Health Aftermath of Twentieth Century Influenza and Twenty-first Century COVID”

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Bethany Johnson, Doctoral Candidate at the University of South Carolina:

"Daily Dragging Themselves Up the Stairs: The Health Aftermath of Twentieth Century Influenza and Twenty-first Century COVID"

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Georgia Pozzi, "Opioid Risk Scoring: Epistemic Injustice in Machine Learning-Mediated Pain Management”
Georgia Pozzi, "Opioid Risk Scoring: Epistemic Injustice in Machine Learning-Mediated Pain Management”

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Giorgia Pozzi, Ph.D. Candidate, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands:

"Opioid Risk Scoring: Epistemic Injustice in Machine Learning-Mediated Pain Management"

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Dr. Amy Delaney, "Race Based Medicine: Why Is it Still in Practice and What Do We Do About It"
Dr. Amy Delaney, "Race Based Medicine: Why Is it Still in Practice and What Do We Do About It"

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Dr. Amy Delaney (Dir. of DEI at Carle Health in Urbana, Illinois):

Race Based Medicine: "Why Is It Still in Practice and What Do We Do About It?"

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Kristin Bumiller,  "The End of Autism: Toward a Model of Social Inclusion"
Kristin Bumiller, "The End of Autism: Toward a Model of Social Inclusion"

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Kristin Bumiller (George Daniel Olds Prof of Economic and Social Institutions at Amherst College):

"The End of Autism: Toward a Model of Social Inclusion"

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Annie Goldsmith,Bias or Science? Applying a Critical Lens to Weight, Nutrition, and Health Research
Annie Goldsmith,Bias or Science? Applying a Critical Lens to Weight, Nutrition, and Health Research

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Amy Goldsmith, RDN in Charlotte, NC:

"Bias or Science? Applying a Critical Lense to Weight, Nutrition, and Health Research"

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Dr. Marie Thompson, "Narrative Mapping: Our Stories as Visual Dialogues"
Dr. Marie Thompson, "Narrative Mapping: Our Stories as Visual Dialogues"

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Dr. Marie Thompson (Associate Professor of Communication at Wright State University):

"Narrative Mapping: Our Stories as Visual Dialogues"

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Dr. Jada Wiggleton-Little, "Pain Dismissal and the Limits of Epistemic Injustice"
Dr. Jada Wiggleton-Little, "Pain Dismissal and the Limits of Epistemic Injustice"

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Dr. Jada Wiggleton-Little (Asst. Professor of Philosophy at Ohio State University):

"Pain and the Limits of Epistemic Injustice"

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Ethics and Applied Philosophy

The Philosophical Union of UNC Charlotte is hosting a conference on Ethics and Applied Philosophy, April 28th and 29th, virtually via Zoom.
For more information visit EAPCONF.org

 

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Dena King, "The Law or an Agenda: Ethical Duties of Prosecutors"

 

 


 

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Dr. Benjamin Hippen, "Ethical Themes in Xenotransplantation"
Dr. Benjamin Hippen, "Ethical Themes in Xenotransplantation"

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Dr. Benjamin Hippen (Sr. Vice President, Head of Transplant Medicine, Fresenius Medical Care):

Ethical Themes in Xenotransplantation

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