From Chattel to Consenter: Adolescents and Informed Consent: 2009 Grover Powers Lecture
Holder, Angela Roddey
The Yale journal of biology and medicine 2010 Mar ; 83(1): 35-41
Angela Holder was to give the Grover Powers Memorial Lecture at the weekly Grand Rounds conducted by the Yale Department of Pediatrics on Wednesday, May 27, 2009, but unfortunately, she died one month earlier, on April 22, leaving behind her prepared address, "From Chattel to Consenter: Adolescents and Informed Consent," which she had regarded as the pinnacle of a remarkable career, much of it spent at Yale. As the Grover Powers honoree, the department's highest honor, Ms. Holder was only the fourth woman of 46 recipients and the first who was not a physician. On the date scheduled for her address, tributes were presented by her son, John Holder, and her longtime colleague, Dr. Robert Levine, co-founder of Yale's Interdisciplinary Bioethics Center. Their comments follow Angela Holder's completed but undelivered Grover Powers address. - Myron Genel, MD, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics.
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