Talks and Lectures
This talk is part of the Institute of Medicine elder abuse and prevention workshop
"What is Narrative Medicine?" is part of the Penn Biomedical Library Series. To learn more, contact Barbara Bernoff Cavanaugh, Associate Director, Health Sciences Libraries; and Director, Biomedical Library, 215-898-8020 / firstname.lastname@example.org
See attached flier for details.
LOCATION: University of Pennsylvania Johnson Pavilion, 3610 Hamilton Walk Philadelphia, PA 19104-6060
2BoomerBabes hosts Barbara Kline and Kathy Bernard capture the essence of “living in the boomer moment” with discussions about empty nesting, retirement, caring for aging parents, health and wellness, career reinvention and dating. 2BoomerBabes seeks the vast audience of nearly 78 million boomers who are traveling the same road and experiencing similar lifestyle transitions.
This lecture is part of the 11th International Conference on Alzheimer's & Parkinson's Diseases in Florence, Italy.
Annual Mild Cognitive Impairment Symposium and the Second Annual Early Alzheimer’s Disease Workshop,Miami Beach, Florida
Jason Karlawish will speak on “Addressing the ethical challenges of Preclinical AD prevention trials”
To move the concept of pre-clinical AD from a provocative idea to a target of clinical care, researchers need to perform clinical trials. These studies will provide essential criterion validation that links biomarker or genetic measures to valuable clinical outcomes, but the design and conduct of these trials present interrelated scientific and ethical challenges. These include:
Jason Karlawish is speaking as part of the American Academy of Neurology 2013 meeting conference Alzheimer's Biomarkers in Clinical Practice Subspecialty in Focus Program Education Course "Amyloid Imaging: Are Neurologists Ready for the Paradigm Shift?"
Jason Karlawish will speak on "Searching for Humanity: Settling for Less"
This symposium is supported by the Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology Program at Washington University in St. Louis. For more information, please contact Jeff Dauer via email email@example.com.
Jason Karlawish will speak on the case of biomarkers for Alzheimers disease as part of the panel "Ethical and Legal Challenges in Diagnosing, Treating and Categorizing Premorbid or Prodromal Conditions" at the 2012 meeting of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities.
Jason Karlawish will be speaking to members of Philadelphia's Cosmopolitan Club.