Predavanje Dr. Sherwin Nuland - Video-lecture

Video-lecture

Description: Dr. Sherwin Nuland, a writer of unflinching clarity and honesty about difficult topics including his own battles with depression, discusses the history of medical ethics from Hippocrates to the present. In his talk, Dr. Nuland will seek to illuminate the extraordinary ethical pressures exerted on today's doctors by technology, economics, and end-of-life issues. Author of the National Book Award--winning How We Die: Reflections on Life's Final Chapter, he has also penned The Wisdom of the Body, The Origins of Anesthesia, Doctors: The Biography of Medicine, The Mysteries Within, and Medicine: The Art of Healing. He is a clinical professor of surgery at Yale University, where he teaches bioethics and medical history.This annual lecture recognizes the significant contributions to the Chicago Humanities Festival made by its founder and chairman emeritus Richard J. Franke.Dr Shervin Nuland, pisac neposustajuće jasnoće i poštenja o teškim temama, uključujući i sopstvene bitke sa depresijom, razmatra istoriju medicinske etike od Hipokrata do danas. U svom govoru, dr Nuland će nastojati da osvetli vanredne etičke pritiske na lekare današnjim tehnologijom, ekonomije, kao i za kraj životnim pitanjima. Autor knjiga Nacionalne nagrade - osvajanje Kako smo Die: razmišljanja o završnom poglavlju je život, on je takođe napisao mudrost tela, Poreklo anesteziju, lekari: Biografija medicine, misterije unutar i medicina: Umetnost lečenja. On je klinički profesor hirurgije na Univerzitetu Jejl, gde predaje bioetika i medicinsku istoriju.Ovaj godišnji predavanje priznaje značajne doprinose u Čikagu Humanities festivala napravio njen osnivač i počasni predsednik Ričard J. Franke. Show more
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