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Data Science Day 2020

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Time: 4 -5 PMLocation: Center for Ethics, 1531 Dickey Dr., Room 162Register for free Speaker: Linda Grabbe, PhD, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BCInfo: The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) is an innovative, mental-wellness intervention, originally developed as a psychological first-aid tool in disaster situations. 

CRM has evolved into a simple set of self-care skills that can be readily practiced by anyone. CRM targets autonomic nervous system regulation through an awareness of sensation in the body. 

We will describe the biology of our reactions to stress and trauma, and practice skills to track sensations connected to wellbeing or resilience. CRM’s free app “ichill”

She provides Community Resilience Model trainings to a variety of audiences--providers of healthcare/social services, incarcerated women and youth, public safety officers, and first responders.

In Upheaval, the third book in his trilogy, he reveals how successful nations recover from crises while adopting selective changes - a coping mechanism more commonly associated with individuals recovering from personal crises.

February 27Clinical Ethics Seminar - Improving Donor Organ Utilization through Ethical Disclosure Time: 4 - 5 PMLocation: Center for Ethics, 1531 Dickey Dr., Room 162Register for free Each day, hundreds of effective treatments desired by needy patients are refused without the notification (let alone consent) of those patients. 

common practice of refusing organ transplant offers to patients on organ waitlists without notifying patients of either the offer or its refusal. 

Even though many of these refusals are justified due to clinical reasons, improving the disclosure of offers, refusals, and the donor offer process will lead to three important ethical outcomes - increasing transparency to stakeholders, improving public health through greater organ utilization and reducing unjustified variability in donor organ acceptance criteria.

Register today The Healthcare Ethics Consortium (HEC) is a nationally recognized center of excellence providing leadership in health care ethics education, reflection and practice.

Our annual conference, now in its 26th year, brings together healthcare professionals of all kinds, educators, students, patients, caregivers, and others to learn and grow.

Healthcare professionals are not always aware of the meaning of and multiple sources of suffering for patients, families and health care providers and the ethical issues in which suffering is a central component.

knowledge about the variety of religious perspectives on suffering, pain management and opioid dependence, potentially inappropriate treatment, family caregiver perspectives and the challenges of dealing with cognitive changes.

This collection tells the stories of thought leaders around Atlanta working to educate, engage and activate us - so we recognize the challenges of our neighbors and teach us how we might support them.

Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PMLocation: The Commerce Club MAB Director Gerard Vong is speaking at The Commerce Club, his talk will offer an introduction to the ethics of scarce resource allocation using real-life health cases such as donor organs and drug shortages.

Join us for this month's clinical ethics seminar where featured speaker, Anne-Elisabeth Courrier, PhD, discusses the privacy issues within healthcare in today's digital world. 

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