Brian Carter to deliver Hutzler-Rives Memorial Lecture: “Insights from Patienthood: A Pediatrician and Bioethicist’s Reflections on Pediatric Palliative Care” on April 8
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Brian Carter, William T. and Marjorie Sirridge Professor in Medical Humanities at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, will continue the Berman Institute’s 2018-19 seminar series when he delivers the Hutzler-Rives Memorial Lecture: “Insights from patienthood: A pediatrician and bioethicist’s reflections on pediatric palliative care” on April 8.
Dr. Carter will discuss both the realization of, and response to, illness as a liminal state, and also the role of empathy in understanding and responding to illness, pain, or the suffering of others.
Dr. Carter joined the School of Medicine and Children’s Mercy Hospital in 2012 as a Professor of Pediatrics and Bioethics. He serves as co-director of the Children’s Mercy Bioethics Center’s Pediatric Bioethics Certificate Course and practices at Children’s Mercy Hospital as a neonatologist. An internationally-recognized expert in medical bioethics and neonatal palliative care, Dr. Carter is the recipient of numerous NIH grants. He has published extensively in the areas of neonatology, neonatal intensive care, palliative care, and bioethics. Carter is the author of three textbooks on neonatal intensive and palliative care.
Carter is a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He completed his postgraduate training at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center and the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He is board certified in pediatrics and neonatal-perinatal medicine. Carter served as an active duty U.S. Army Medical Corps officer from 1983 though 1996 and is a decorated Gulf War veteran.