Pandemic Ethics: No One is Immune
As the Penn community embarks on an unprecedented semester this fall, The Power of Penn Faculty Series invites you to connect virtually with renowned faculty and their innovative work. Dive into the wide-ranging work of top Penn professors, whose deep knowledge and innovative research create unique learning opportunities for Penn students. Each event includes a Q&A following the presentation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought enormous pain and loss to innumerable families and communities and continues to cause unprecedented disruptions to healthcare, education, and commerce. It has also raised profound ethical questions for individuals and societies at a time when high-stakes decisions must be made in real-time. Join Penn President Amy Gutmann and Professor Jonathan Moreno, co-authors of Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven But Nobody Wants to Die: Bioethics and the Transformation of Health Care in America, for a discussion, moderated by Andrea Mitchell, CW'67, HON'18, about the philosophical, ethical, and practical dilemmas raised by the pandemic.