Human Tissue Ethics in Anatomy, Past and Present: From Bodies to Tissues to Data

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Title

Human Tissue Ethics in Anatomy, Past and Present: From Bodies to Tissues to Data

Subject

Anatomical museums
Anatomical specimens--Collection and preservation
Bioethics
Donation of organs, tissues, etc.--Moral and ethical aspects
Fetal tissues--Research--Moral and ethical aspects
Human anatomy--Research--Germany--History--20th century
Informed Consent
Medical ethics--Study and teaching
Procurement of organs, tissues, etc.
Warren Anatomical Museum

Description



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Event recording for the Center for the History of Medicine's 4 April 2019 symposium, "Human Tissue Ethics in Anatomy, Past and Present: From Bodies to Tissues to Data," with speakers (in order of appearance): Dominic Hall, Harvard Medical School (The Second Life of Specimens: Scientific and Historical Research in the Warren Anatomical Museum); Sabine Hildebrandt, Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital (Dealing with Legacies of Nazi Anatomy: the ‘Vienna Protocol’); Tinne Claes, Katholieke Universiteit (Why Is It So Difficult to Throw Away Fetuses? Anatomical Collections and the Meanings of Disposal); Thomas Champney, University of Miami (The Business of Bodies: Human Tissue Ethics and Commercialization); Michel Anteby, Boston University (Nested Moralities: From National to Intimate Cadaver Trades); Glenn Cohen, Harvard Law School/Petrie-Flom Center (The Law and Ethics of Tissue Ownership); Maria Olejaz Tellerup, University of Copenhagen (The Anatomy of Bioavailability: Exploring Body Donation in Denmark Then, Now and in the Future); and Jon Cornwall, University of Otago (The Impact of Digital Technology on Body Donation), with moderators Scott H. Podolsky, Harvard Medical School, Dan Wikler, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and David S. Jones, Harvard University. Please note: Glenn Cohen's presentation is not included in the event recording.

Abstract

Event recording for the Center for the History of Medicine's 4 April 2019 symposium, "Human Tissue Ethics in Anatomy, Past and Present: From Bodies to Tissues to Data," held in the Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, from 9:00am-3:00pm EST.

Creator

Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine) (sponsor)
Harvard University. Ackerman Program on Medicine and Culture (sponsor)
Harvard Medical School. Department of Global Health and Social Medicine (sponsor)
Boston Children’s Hospital. Department of Pediatrics (sponsor)

Date

2019 April 4

Contributor

Anteby, Michel (speaker)
Champney, Thomas (speaker)
Claes, Tinne (speaker)
Cornwall, Jon (speaker)
Hall, Dominic W. (speaker)
Hildebrant, Sabine (speaker)
Jones, David S. (David Shumway) (moderator)
Podolsky, Scott H. (moderator)
Tellerup, Maria Olejaz (speaker)
Wikler, Daniel I. (moderator)

Rights

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Access Rights

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Format

video

Extent

1 digital video (14.5 GB)

Medium

Digital video

Language

English

Type

moving image

Identifier

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6rc24d9fvqdjrp2/20190404%200900%20Tissue%20Ethics%20in%20Anatomy_REVISED.mp4?dl=0

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Duration

4:31:44

Citation

Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine) (sponsor) et al., “Human Tissue Ethics in Anatomy, Past and Present: From Bodies to Tissues to Data,” OnView: Digital Collections & Exhibits, accessed August 20, 2019, http://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/index.php/items/show/25393.