“Autonomy: You Can’t Always Get What You Want, but Who Decides What You Need”
This session covers the four principles that have defined contemporary medical ethics: autonomy, beneficence and nonmaleficence, and justice, incorporating illustrative and challenging medical cases.
Harold Baillie, PhD
Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Scranton
John McGeehan, MD
Professor of Clinical Medicine, CMSRU
The intended audience for this CME activity includes all practicing physicians, residents, fellows, students, nurses, pharmacists, hospital administrators, and medical school administrators.