Networks Financial Institute 2014 Ethics Conference

10th Annual Ethics Conference
Ethics: Is it in you?

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Hulman Memorial Student Union

In The Press


Panel Discusses Legal, Medical and Ethical Dilemmas of Physician-Assisted Suicides

March 4, 2015

The Right To DieThe ethical questions surrounding end-of-life decisions are many, but the answers were far from simple for a group of professionals and students from medical and legal fields who tackled the issue during a panel discussion at Indiana State University.

"With current technology, the accurate diagnosis of most diseases and their prognosis are rapidly made, affording a patient an opportunity for choices," said Dr. Jim Turner, medical director for the Richard G. Lugar Center for Rural Health at Union Hospital and a panelist for Tuesday's discussion. "If a debilitating and fatal outcome is anticipated, patients deserve to understand their legal and medical options."

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Panelists for Right To Die Discussion Announced

February 25, 2015

The Right To DieThe panelists for the Right To Die discussion on the ethics of physician assisted suicide on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7:00 pm in Dede I of the Hulman Memorial Student Union have been announced.

 

They will be:

Dr. James Turner - Medical Director, Richard G Lugar Center for Rural Health

Holly Reedy - ISU alumna and lawyer for Wilkinson, Goeller, Modesitt & Drummy

Dr. Krishnamohan Namburi - Interventional Cardiologist for Union Hospital

Andrew Mathis - medical graduate student

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Former Financial Advisor, Right to Die Panel Top Agenda at Indiana State’s 10th Annual Ethics Conference

February 24, 2015

A once rising star of the financial industry who served two years in federal prison for wire fraud and a discussion on an individual's right to die will be among the highlights of the upcoming Ethics Conference at Indiana State University.

Organized by juniors in the Networks Financial Institute's Professional Development Program, the 10th annual conference will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m. March 4.

"We want people to realize that ethics is important and impacts people every day," said Kate Arndt, a junior finance major from Westmont, Ill. and a conference planning team leader. "No one is immune to it."

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