The annual Kinsman Bioethics Conference was established in 1989 through an endowment from the late John Kinsman. The conference convenes leaders in ethics from across the state and is hosted by a different city in Oregon each year. The conference is a collaborative partnership, designed to draw on and nurture the strengths of each community it serves. Breakout sessions promote shared learning among medical facilities throughout the region and offer powerful new tools for improvements in health care ethics. Many times, the conference is also a special time for attendees to build collaborative relationships and an opportunity to mentor and support future leaders in the field.
31st Annual Kinsman Bioethics Conference April 28 & 29, 2022
The 2022 Kinsman Bioethics Conference, Ethical Struggles during the Pandemic: Reflections and the Path Forward was held on April 28 & 29, 2022 via Webex.
Featured Speaker Webex Presentations
Rough Terrain: Charting Oregon's Path from Health Disparity to Health Equity - James Mason, PhD
Reflecting on Oregon's Uniqueness: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward - Stephen Post, PhD