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5th Annual Midwest Regional
BIOETHICS CONFERENCE
Saturday, May 2, 2009

Theme: Social Justice and Bioethics
One does not live by bread alone,
but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.
(Mt. 4:4)

University of Notre Dame
Raclin Carmichael Hall (close to main entrance)
1234 Notre Dame Avenue
Notre Dame, IN

Directions & Campus Map

Who should attend?
Anyone interested in Catholic Bioethics and Social Justice
Earn up to 4 CME credits

Early Registration $60 ($75 after April 1)
Students/Residents/Clergy/Religious $10 ($20 after April 1)
Lunch included with registration!

Registration must be pre-paid by check or money order made out to:
The Catholic Physicians' Guild of Chicago or by credit card online.
Early registration by April 1st and final registration by April 27, 2009.

Printable Registration Forms: PDF or MS Word


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5th Annual Midwest Regional Bioethics Conference


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CATHOLIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
5th Annual Midwest Regional Bioethics Conference
Saturday, May 2, 2009

SCHEDULE

10-11 am     Registration

 

10:45             Welcome

 

11:00              GUEST OF HONOR:  Gerald P. Corcoran, M.D.

                         Catholic Medical Association (CMA) Presidential Advisor on Strategic Development

 

11:15             Maternal Deprivation and Its Effect on the Health of Children

Eugene Diamond, M.D.

Former CMA President and Chairman of Pediatrics at Loyola University Medical Center

                       

Noon              Catered Lunch

 

1:15                The Effect of Condom Distribution and Birth Control on the Poor in Developing Countries

                        Brian Clowes, Ph.D.

Director of Research and Training, Human Life International

 

2:15               Catholic Medical Missions

                        Christopher McIntire, D.O.

                        Family Practice ▪ Hammond, Indiana

 

3:15                Break             

 

3:30                The Health and Social Implications of Cohabitation

                        A. Patrick Schneider II, M.D., M.P.H.

                        Family Practice ▪ Lexington, Kentucky

 

5:00                Holy Mass (fulfills Sunday obligation)

                        Basilica of the Sacred Heart

 


Limited rooms available at the Morris Inn on the ND Campus for a special price

For more information or mail-in registration forms, please contact: Dr. Thomas Zabiega at [email protected] or Tel: (630) 768-4590

Sponsored by: Catholic Physicians' Guild of Chicago, Milwaukee Guild of the CMA, Catholic Medical Student Association, UIC Pope John Paul II Newman Center.


The Catholic Medical Association 

ANNOUNCEMENTS!

All Catholic physicians, dentists, and medical students are welcome. 


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