Emerging Topics in Catholic Health Care Ethics

A clinical ethics webinar series co-sponsored by the Catholic Health Association in cooperation with
Georgetown University
Loyola University Chicago
Saint Louis University

Dignity and Vulnerability at the End of Life: Reflections on "Samaritanus Bonus" — Series 3, Session 6

Jan. 10, 2024
1 to 1:45 p.m. ET

Delve into the ethical considerations of end-of-life care inspired by "Samaritanus Bonus," a letter from the Dicastery of the Doctrine of the Faith. As the Hubert Mäder Chair in Health Care Ethics at Saint Louis University, Dr. Eberl brings valuable expertise in the philosophy of human nature, bioethics, and healthcare allocation. Do not miss this opportunity to explore the profound intersection of dignity and vulnerability in the context of compassionate end-of-life care.


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Jason T. Eberl, Ph.D.
Hubert Mader Chair in Health Care Ethics
Professor of Health Care Ethics and Philosophy
Director, Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics
Saint Louis University


Jan. 10, 2024
1 to 1:45 p.m. ET
(Please adjust for your time zone)

Registration Fee:
CHA Members*: $0/$50
Non-Members: $100

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Who Should Attend

The complimentary webinar series is designed for …

  • Medical directors, CMOs, CNOs
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Residents, medical and nursing students
  • Ethicists

Who Should Attend

The complimentary webinar series is designed for
  • Mission leaders
  • Ethics committees
  • Pastoral care directors
  • Graduate students in moral theology or health care ethics
  • Persons interested in Catholic health care ethics

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For more information, contact CHA Service Center or Brian M. Kane, Ph.D., CHA senior director, ethics.