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Webinar Information

Incorporating humanities & ethics into curricula

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ACAPT's Consortium of Humanities, Ethics & Professionalism (CHEP) is hosting an encore evening presentation with Dr. Nicole Piemonte from Creighton University who will speak about Incorporating Medical Humanities and Ethics into Health Professions Curricula.  

You can view Dr. Piemonte's previous presentation recording here.

Date & TimeWednesday, January 27, 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. EST

Target Audience: Program directors and faculty 

Fee: Free

CEU: None

Zoom link to join: https://musc.zoom.us/j/8437925731

*No pre-registration or passcode required to join

Nicole Piemonte, PhD. is the Assistant Dean for Medical Education and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Humanities at Creighton University School of Medicine, Phoenix Regional Campus. She received her doctorate in Medical Humanities from The University of Texas Medical Branch, where she studied continental philosophy, medical ethics, literature and medicine, and medical epistemology.

Her teaching and research focus on how the lived experiences of vulnerability and suffering can contribute to the development of the (medical) self. Her first book, Afflicted: How Vulnerability Can Heal Medical Education and Practice, was published in January 2018 with The MIT Press, and she is currently finishing her second book, Death and Dying, for MIT Press’s Essential Knowledge Series, which will be released in January 2021.

If you have any questions, contact Cindy Dodds at doddscb@musc.edu


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