COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates and Health Ethics Webinar
As COVID19 Vaccine Mandates continue to be implemented and deadlines to be fully vaccinated looming, many are weighing their options. What seems to be the root of the ethical dilemma behind a vaccine mandate is the conflict between public health ethics and the right to individual liberty and autonomy.
The Missouri Nurses Association is pleased to offer a special lunch and learn webinar with the Director of the University of Missouri’s Center for Health Ethics and Medical Director for the MUHC Clinical Ethics Consultation Service, Dr. Lea Cheyney Brandt, on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates and Health Ethics. This is a hot topic issue so we are offering it to all nurses and nursing students in the state, free of charge. Please feel free to share within your network.
Pre-registration is required and we are limiting attendance to 500 people. After registering, you will be given the call information and it will also be emailed to you. This session will be recorded for on-demand viewing.
This is a FREE MONA Webinar for All Nurses and Nursing Students Statewide!
Lea C. Brandt, PhD, OTD, MA, BSOT, OTR/L
Dr. Lea Cheyney Brandt is an Associate Professional Practice Professor at the University of Missouri’s School of Medicine. In addition, she serves in leadership positions as the Director of the University of Missouri’s Center for Health Ethics and Medical Director for the MUHC Clinical Ethics Consultation Service.
Dr. Brandt earned a Master of Arts in Bioethics and Health Policy from Loyola University Chicago, a Post-Professional Doctorate in Occupational Therapy with an emphasis in Healthcare Ethics and Administration from Creighton University; and most recently a PhD from the University of Missouri, where her research has focused on behavioral ethics, specifically reducing gaps between intent and actions of clinicians confronted with ethically complex situations.