Medical Ethics Conference
The Baylor University Medical Ethics Conference provides a working forum for practicing health care professionals-including physicians, health care administrators, health-related social workers, and chaplains-to explore the pressing moral questions of medicine and health care delivery and to seek a deeper theological understanding of their vocation as God's summons to a life of service.
The conference features timely presentations by nationally prominent experts in health care ethics with credentials in medicine, philosophy, theology, and law. In addition, a carefully designed advance-of-meeting reader prepares participants for the focused and intensely practical small-group discussions with guest ethicists.
Join colleagues from across Texas and the nation in this remarkable blend of instruction, conversation, and debate. You will discover that the Baylor University Medical Ethics Conference is a truly distinctive place for your creative reflection and professional growth.
The conference is funded in part through the Baylor Horizons program, an initiative funded by the Lilly Endowment Inc. for the exploration of vocation.