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COVID Ethics Series

Taking Seriously the Duty to Plan: The Future of Health, Education, Sports, and Politics After COVID

Taking Seriously the Duty to Plan: The Future of Health, Education, Sports, and Politics After COVID
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 12:30pm

COVID-19 has impacted societies in various ways and laid bare failures of institutions in many sectors to plan for challenging eventualities. In this session, Prof. Bryan Pilkington speaks with a multi-disciplinary panel of experts about how the ethical norm – the duty to plan – which is well entrenched in the field of bioethics, is taken up in other sectors.

Panelists:

Dr. Joseph Nyre, President of Seton Hall University
Mr. Robert Garrett, CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health
Prof. Charles Grantham, Seton Hall University
Prof. Molly Patterson, Aquinas College

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