The Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine (CBSSM) Research Colloquium took place at the Founders Room, Alumni Center (200 Fletcher Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109) on April 17, 2013. The Colloquium featured presentations focusing on bioethics and social sciences in medicine across multiple disciplines.
The 2013 Presenters were:
- Mieko Yoshihama, PhD, ACSW, LMSW: PhotoVoice: Promoting individual wellbeing and improving disaster response policies in Japan and beyond
- Carol Jacobsen, MFA: Representing torture of women in custody in the U.S.
- Michele C. Gornick, PhD: Do non-welfare interests play a role in willingness to donate to biobanks?
- C. Daniel Myers, PhD, Daniel B. Thiel, MA: Which research? Public engagement and opinions about the research use of biobank samples
- Ann Mongoven, PhD, MPH: Whose sense of public good? Public engagement results from the Michigan BioTrust and ethical implications
- Andrea C. Sexton, BA: Citizen recommendations for communication about biobank participation and consent: Considering source, message, channel, receiver, and timing
- Monica Marvin, MS: Comparing male and female BRCA mutation carriers’ communication of their BRCA test results to family members
- Allyce Smith, MSW: A Gift for All: Everyone has something to give - Approaching dialysis patients about donating their organs
- Danielle Czarnecki, PhD Candidate: Putting patient-physician communication in context: An empirical analysis of sequential organization and communication transitions during visits for new diagnoses of early stage prostate cancer.