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International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation 2019 in Vienna

If you are a member of a healthcare ethics committee or work as a clinical ethics consultant, then you should calendar ICCEC 2019. The 15th International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation will be in Vienna from May 22-25, 2019. Read more … Continue reading

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When Is the Patient Dead? Growing Challenges to the Status of Brain Death and Strategies for Clinical Ethics Consultants

I used this poster at the IME Summer Research conference to summarize challenges to brain death. Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION BY THE NUMBERS: Mandatory Professional Skills Training: What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been

  A recurring column by Robert Kuehn, Washington University School of Law   The ABA first adopted standards for accreditation of law schools in 1921. But, as explained in a recent article by my colleague Peter Joy,[1] it was not … Continue reading

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20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 1 of 2

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law If you are a physician, nurse practitioner, psychologist, clinical pharmacist, oral surgeon, ophthalmologist, or other licensed health professional with clinical privileges in a … Continue reading

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20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 2 of 2

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law In Part 1 of this blog I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your … Continue reading

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