28th Annual Conference on Bioethics

Professional Boundaries and Ethical Dilemmas: Moral Complexity and Professionalism in the Contemporary Health Landscape

Join us for the 2024 MSMS Conference on Bioethics, a groundbreaking event designed to engage with critical questions about the nature of physician professionalism amidst evolving social and disciplinary norms. This year’s theme, “Professional Boundaries and Ethical Dilemmas: Moral Complexity and Professionalism in the Contemporary Health Landscape,” promises to be both timely and relevant, addressing a wide range of ethical challenges faced by healthcare professionals today.

Date: Saturday, November 9, 2024
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Ann Arbor North

Why Attend?

Engage with Experts: Hear from thought leaders with diverse perspectives on the complexities of medical professionalism.

Timely Topics: Discuss pressing issues such as conflicts of interest, role conflicts, ethical challenges involving deception, and the rights and responsibilities of physicians as public figures.

Practical Insights: Gain clinically relevant insights that will directly impact your practice and help you navigate the challenging ethical landscape.


·      Explore the intersection of medical ethics and social norms.

·      Understand the evolving expectations of medical professionalism.

·      Reflect on the balance between professional and social roles.

·      Deliberate on ethical dilemmas related to life-sustaining interventions, patient
       quality of life, and healthcare resource distribution.

Who Should Attend?

This conference is essential for physicians, medical professionals, bioethicists, healthcare administrators, and anyone interested in the ethical dimensions of medical practice.

Mark your calendars and prepare to be part of a transformative discussion on the future of medical professionalism. Stay tuned for more details on registration and the full conference agenda.

Save the Date and Join Us for an Unforgettable Experience!

Watch for more details coming soon here or contact Beth Elliott at belliott@msms.org