Leonard Bernstein conducting
Performance and presentation by Richard Kogan, MD, renowned concert pianist and psychiatrist, graduate of Julliard & Harvard Medical School, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Weill Cornell Music and Medicine Program.

Composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein was a genius who transformed the world but was tortured by his desires. Dr. Kogan will explore Bernstein’s complex inner life and the connection between his emotional turmoil and his creative output. The discussion will be illuminated by piano performances of Bernstein’s most beloved music.

Free and open to the public.
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Mika Hamer, PhD, MPH, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Center for Bioethics and Humanities, will examine the role of religious beliefs and professional ethics in shaping physicians' perspectives on MAiD, share how physicians' conscience-based barriers relate to their intentions and actual participation in MAiD, and explore policy implications related to conscientious objection and access to care in the context of MAiD.

Art Caplan, PhD, Mitty Professor of Bioethics, NYU Grossman School of Medicine joins as a respondent in the discussion.
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Justina Ford and car

7,000 Babies: The Legacy of Justina Ford, MD

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Dr. Justina Ford (1871-1952) was the first Black female physician licensed to practice medicine in the state of Colorado. Denied membership in Colorado Medical Society and privileges at Denver General Hospital because she was both Black and female, Dr. Ford instead treated patients out of her Five Points home. She cared for her patients no matter who they were with an attentive heart, skilled hands, and a mothering mind. Imbued with an indefatigable work ethic, Dr. Ford delivered over 7,000 babies during her fifty year career as a doctor.

Hours:
AMC badged personnel:
Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Open to the public:
Monday-Friday 11:30am-5:00pm
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The Price   2011

Raw Material: Quilts by NedRa Bonds

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As a textile artist, educator, and activist, NedRa Bonds creates quilts that explore issues dealing with women’s health and wellbeing, human rights and social justice, racism, and the environment. After being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer in 2016, Bonds began working on projects that focus on the healing power of art.

Hours:
AMC badged personnel:
Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Open to the public:
Monday-Friday 11:30am-5:00pm
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Fly to heal mural

Fly to Heal Mural

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The mural, Fly to Heal, by artist Juls Mendoza, on the west side of the Fulginiti Pavilion is intended to bear witness to the shared obligations we have to respect the rights of newly arrived children and their families. Whether providing medical services to patients, ethical consults to clients, teaching our students, or sharing arts and humanities with our community both on and off campus, we are committed to celebrating the inherent humanity that unites us all.
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Join the Anschutz Campus Choir or Orchestra

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Open to students, faculty, staff and community members. No audition required. The Choir rehearses on Wednesdays from 5:15-6:30pm at the Fulginiti Pavilion. The Orchestra rehearses on Thursdays, from 6:00-7:30pm at ED2S-1102.
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