The 25th anniversary of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) is an opportunity for us as a community to reconsider the role of bioethics and humanities in society. For example, how best to respond to divisive policies and frame honest and open discussions with those with whom we disagree. Part of this reconsideration calls for creating spaces—physical or otherwise—that facilitate interaction and deliberation.
In that vein, the 2023 ASBH Annual Conference will address critical questions including: How can we frame conversations and debates to identify substantive discussion points without resorting to pure rhetoric? How best can we solicit the perspectives of key stakeholders when making decisions with broad implications? How can we destructuralize racism and other biases routinely built into healthcare access?
The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) Annual Conference is designed for physicians, nurses, attorneys, historians, philosophers, professors of literature and the humanities, members of the clergy, hospital chaplains, social workers, and others engaged in endeavors related to clinical and academic bioethics and the health-related humanities.
ASBH supports an environment of productive engagement, where the free expression of diverse points of view occurs in an atmosphere of scholarly exchange and mutual respect. Conference attendees, participants, and vendors are expected to observe commonsense norms for public behavior, personal interaction, and common courtesy. Abusive, harassing, or threatening behavior is not acceptable.
Respect common sense norms for public behavior, personal interaction, and common courtesy. Abusive, harassing, or threatening behavior is not acceptable.
ASBH encourages an environment of free expression, diverse points of view, scholarly exchange, and mutual respect.
By registering for this meeting, you agree to adhere to all health and safety protocols put in place by ASBH for the 25th Annual Conference and agree to abide by the ASBH Productive Engagement Statement while attending and participating in the 25th Annual Conference.
Andrew Shuman, MD HEC-C, Chair
University of Michigan
Laura Guidry-Grimes, PhD HEC-C
Kimbell Kornu, MD PhD HEC-C
Nicole Martinez-Martin, JD PhD
Elizabeth Pendo, JD
University of Washington
Shilpa Shashidhara, PhD
Kayhan Parsi, JD PhD HEC-C
Loyal University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
Toby Schonfeld, PhD
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs