What Can We Know About Future Children? The Limits of Risk Assessment

On Friday, August 20 at 3pm EST, my wonderful co-coordinator of BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY, Melinda Hall, will deliver a presentation, organized by the Center for Dignity in Health Care for People with Disabilities, entitled “What Can We Know About Future Children? The Practical and Moral Limits of Risk Assessment in Reproduction.”

The event will take place online. For connection details to the event, please contact Leah Smith at Leah. Smith@cchmc.org.

A poster for the event appears below.

Here is an image description for this poster: In the top lefthand corner, the name of the Center is printed with its logo. Below the name of the Center appear the title of the talk and the details. On the right, a photo of Melinda, smiling widely and standing in front of shelves of books.

"What Can We Now About Future Children? The PRactical and Moral Limits of Risk Assessment in Reproduction" 
Join us on Friday, August 20th @ 3pm (EST) with Dr. Melinda Hall, Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Stetson University as we discuss how we can make the process of prenatal diagnosis more accurate, just and equitable. For connection details, please contact Leah Smith @ Leah.Smith@cchmc.org
image of a woman with long brown hair standing in front of a wall lined with books. She is wearing a black shirt with pearls.

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