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Each of the founding centers of the CENNC hold regular talks, lectures, and conferences on topics relevant to clinical ethics. Many of these are free and open to the public.

Bullitt History of Medicine

Chapel Hill – The Bullitt History of Medicine Club promotes the understanding and appreciation of the historical foundations upon which current medical knowledge and practice is constructed, by encouraging social and intellectual exchanges between faculty members, medical students, and members of the community. See the Bullitt History of Medicine schedule.

Trent Humanities in Medicine

Durham – The Trent Humanities in Medicine Lecture Series draws a broad audience of students, faculty and staff to hear national and local scholars from disciplines such as history, literature, psychology, philosophy and religion address issues relevant to the practice of medicine. See the Humanities in Medicine schedule.

UNC Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds

Chapel Hill – CEGR seminars offer an innovative and interactive forum for engaging with ethical, legal, and policy issues of particular salience to patient care within the hospital. Six seminars are presented each year. See the CEGR schedule.

UNC Research Ethics Grand Rounds

Chapel Hill – REGR is a monthly seminar series of local and invited speakers, addressing current ethical, legal and social issues in the design and conduct of biomedical research involving human subjects. See the REGR schedule.

Wake Forest Exploring Ethics

Winston-Salem – The monthly Exploring Ethics Conference Series is sponsored by Wake Forest University Center for Bioethics Health and Society. See the Exploring Ethics schedule.