Current and former McGovern Center members presented at national meeting

By Angela Gomez, McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics
October 29, 2019

The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities hosted its 21st annual conference recently in Pittsburgh. The conference theme was “Remembrance and Resilience: How Bioethics and Humanities Can Move Us Forward.”

Center director Thomas Cole, PhD, presented as part of a panel on “Ageism in History, Moral Thought, and Healthcare Decisions,” while Nathan Carlin, PhD, presented “Nonmaleficence, Hope, and Resilience” as part of a session on Pastoral Care. Former postdoctoral fellow Alina Bennett, PhD, MA, MPH, was also among the presenters of a panel on “Moral Injury and the Care of Inmates.”