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March 13, 2008

Torture and Ill Treatment: Ethical Responsibilities of Health Providers


Steven Miles, MD
Professor of Bioethics, University of Minnesota
Author of Oath Betrayed

Date : May 10, 2008

Time: 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Place: ACLU Offices, 39 Drumm Street, San Francisco

Number of CE credits: 3

Tuition PhD, MFT, LCSW $ 85 by April 30, 2008, $100 at the door

Students $25

Level: Post-Doctoral

Educational objectives:

1)Understand the history of medical and psychological abuses

2)Understand the history of ethical codes in the healing professions

3)Understand medical and psychological ethics violations during the ‘war on terror”

Registration RegistrationQuestions about enrollment, CE credit, special needs etc: Please contact Morgan Kerchner at SI (415) 546-2080, or at mkerchner@survivorsintl

Disabilities: Participants with disabilities will be accomodated; anyone with special needs

please contact Morgan Kerchner at (415) 546-2080 prior to the workshop.

Notice to participants: Please be aware that material presented might cause potential discomfort, stress, or emotional upset, as presentations may include descriptions of severe forms of trauma and inhuman treatment. If you experience such stress and wish to speak to a clinician please contact SI Director Uwe Jacobs, Ph.D., at (415) 546-2080.

Survivors International is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Survivors International maintains responsibility for the program.