Act Justly: Facing the Challenges of Disparity and Diversity (2007)
The Catholic Health Association of the United States [CHA]
"In March 2006, CHA hosted its 20th annual Theology and Ethics Colloquim in Nashville entitles, Act Justly: Facing the Challenges of Disparity and Diversity. The program examined disparity and racism in health care, its causes, and possible responses within the context of Catholic theological and ethical commitments." This is a 4 CD set containing presentations from the colloquium. CD 1 "Racial Injustice and Catholic social Teaching: the Context for Addressing Racial Disparity in U.S. Health Care," by Rev. Bryan Massingale, STD, associate professor of theology, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI (59:52). CD2 "Disparity in Health Care: Problems, Causes, and Responses," by Doriane Miller, MD, associate division chief of General Internal Medicine, Stroger Hospital of Cook County and section head of General Internal Medicine, Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL (46:06). CD3 "Dying in Black, Brown, and White: Responding to Disparities in End-of-Life Care," by Richard Payne, MD, director of the Institute on Care at the End of Life, Duke Divinity School, Durham, NC (1:01:27). CD4 "Dignity and Vulnerability," Keynote presentaiton by Br. Daniel P. Sulmasy, OFM, MD, PhD, chairman, John J. Conley Department of Ethics, St. Vincent's Hospital, Manhattan, and professor, Medical Ethics, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY (44:29).
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