On February 8, 2015 the Catholic Civil Rights League, the Toronto Catholic Doctors’ Guild, and CCBI held a seminar/webinar to help you frame your response to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario’s policy document on professional obligations and human rights.
2013 – Female Gendercide – Perspectives Weekly – As pro-lifers prepare to March for Life in Ottawa, host Kris Dmytrenko examines the issue with guests Dr. Moira McQueen from the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, Peter D. Murphy from the Catholic Organization for Life and Family, and Rebecca Richmond from the National Campus Life Network.
Location: 95 St. Joseph Street, East Door, Room 101
Description: PLEASE JOIN US ON MARCH 18, 2015 AT 7 PM:
BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
Dr. Bridget Campion
SUMMARY: Dr. Campion explores ways in which it is possible to build a Culture of Life in Canada even as the door to physician-assisted suicide is now wide open.
DATE, TIME: Wednesday, March 18, 2015, 7 pm
Free | All are welcome.
LOCATION: 95 St. Joseph Street, East Door, Room 101
(Building signage reads “St. Augustine’s Seminary.”)
SPEAKER: Bridget Campion, PhD, is a bioethicist and researcher with the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute at the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto and former Associate Dean of Studies at Sacred Heart of Peterborough. For many years she worked as a clinical ethicist in hospitals in Toronto and continues to practise as a health care ethics consultant, researching, writing, and lecturing about issues in bioethics. Her current interests include social justice and health care, particularly the social determinants of health and their effects on the wellbeing of individuals and communities. Dr. Campion has four children and lives in Cobourg.