Liveblogging: Health Care Reform in America: An Ethical Challenge

Tonight, the Parr Center for Ethics is hosting a panel discussion on the ethics of health care reform.

The panelists are:

  • Ralph Byrns, Adjunct Professor, Department of Economics.
  • Jon Oberlander, Associate Professor, Department of Social Medicine in the School of Medicine, Department of Health Policy Management in the Gillings School of Global Public Health; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Political Science.
  • Winston Parris, Professor of Anesthesiology, Division Chief, Pain Management, Duke University School of Medicine.
  • Tom Ricketts, Professor of Health Policy and Administration and Social Medicine; Director of the Health Policy Analysis Unit, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research.
  • Greg Salmieri, Lecturer and Fellow in Objectivity and Values, Department of Philosophy.
  • Lin Zinser, Vice President of Public Outreach, Ayn Rand Center.

The event begins at 6:30 PM today, in Rosenau 133 (School of Public Health building).

Update: Massive technical failures prevented live-blogging of this event. Stay tuned for Yelena Pecheny’s commentary on the discussion.

16 thoughts on “Liveblogging: Health Care Reform in America: An Ethical Challenge

      1. oh man i just noticed he never came.
        those dookies. ….
        i hope he got into a car accident or something as serious to prevent him from making his way here to grace us with his presence

      2. I've noticed there has been precious little discussion of ethics at this panel.

        I guess that's what they get for inviting someone who says "I like abortions and want more of them" to an ethics panel.

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