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Bioethics:
Important issues affecting medicine, patient care, policy and law will be discussed in this presentation.Utilizing philosophy, the speaker provides practical applications and perspectives on issues of daily living. She examines stakeholder relationships and our obligations that we have to each other and the society in which we live.
speaker: Ursula Matias


Bioethics: This workshop will look at the overlooked theory of Bioethics known as Care Oriented Bioethics. In healthcare, we have an ethical responsibility to provide proper care and we will focus on this theory to increase understanding about the elements of good care. You will be challenged as you review this philosohy of care and the focus of healing beyond what we do, to how we do it.
speaker: Kerry Tobin


Bioethics - Reviving Higher Brain Death: This presentation discusses the definitions of brain death, the on-going debate regarding this definition, and landmark court cases involving brain death and the removal of life support. Audience participation in this dicussion is encouraged.
speaker: Samuel H. LiPuma


Business Ethics: Important and relevant topics in business ethics and society will be discussed in this presentation. Utilizing philosophy, the speaker provides practical applications and perspectives on issues of daily living. She examines stakeholder relationships and our obligations that we have to each other and the society in which we live.
speaker: Ursula Matias


Creating a Strong Vision in Times of Change: A well-defined purpose can give direction and meaning to your life. It provides the map from which we are guided. Having a clear vision acts as a reminder of where you want to go and gives meaning to the process of getting there. In this session, we will explore the steps to creating a vision - whether you are clear on your goals, or not sure what direction to take. This can aid both the professional and the clients they serve.
speaker: Kerry Tobin


Environmental Ethics: Business and consumer practices impacting future generations will be discussed in this presentation. Utilizing philosophy, the speaker provides practical applications and perspectives on issues of daily living. She examines stakeholder relationships and our obligations that we have to each other and the society in which we live.
speaker: Ursula Matias


Figures in the history of philosophy (Socrates, Descartes, et al.)
speaker: Samuel H. LiPuma


Happiness Then and Now: We all want happiness, but how do we reach our goal? In this training, we will explore the origins of happiness, its history and its evolution. We will examine some theories of happiness and how they have defined the present day science of happiness and positive psychology. What counts as genuine happiness will surprise and delight you, and the road to our goal is easier than one might imagine. It can be learned, practiced and understood.
speaker: Kerry Tobin


Human Resources: Training, development and ethical issues in the field will be discussed in this presentation. Utilizing philosophy, the speaker provides practical applications and perspectives on issues of daily living. She examines stakeholder relationships and our obligations that we have to each other and the society in which we live.
speaker: Ursula Matias


Philosohy of Science
speaker: Samuel H. LiPuma


What is the Bible? A workshop that is not specific to a belief system that explains the Bible.
speaker: Terry A. Webb

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