National Student Bioethics Association

2022 Virtual Conference

Best Oral Presentation

Daniela Feingold

Differences in Perceived and Experienced Quality of Life in Patients with Disabilities: Bridging the Gap

Best Poster Presentation

Tia Abusham

Damaged Patient Identity & Immigrants of Color in Healthcare

Selin Ocal & Janel Ramkalawan

Racism in Pain Management for Sickle Cell Crises: A Case Study to Elucidate Opportunities for Medical Students to Advocate for Patients

NSBA Conference Schedule

Saturday May 21st, 2022

All times in Eastern Standard Time

11:00 - 11:05 AMIntroduction to the conference

Oral presentations Block 1

11:05 - 11:20 AMHow to Increase Minority Participation In Gene Therapy Clinical TrialsRyan Dieudonne
11:20 - 11:35 AMMoving Beyond Spiritual Assessments: A Dynamic, Augustinian Approach to Spiritual Care of the DyingNatalie Hardy
11:35 - 11:50 AMThe Ethics of “Solo” Reproduction Using In-Vitro GametogenesisChad Childers

Oral presentations Block 2

11:50 - 12:05 PMAn Ethical Analysis Regarding the Maternal Mortality Rates for Black Women in the U.S.Bita Makarachi
12:05 - 12:20 PMDifferences in Perceived and Experienced Quality of Life in Patients with Disabilities: Bridging the GapDaniela Feingold
12:20 - 12:35 PM“Don’t Weigh Me” in Primary CareAstrid Floegel-Shetty and Kratika Mishra

Poster Presentations

Group 1

12:40 - 12:42 PMA Future with Artificial WombsSibil Shibu
12:42 - 12:44 PMEthical Considerations of Artificial Intelligence in Addiction Relapse PredictionsDavid Kulp and Nell Mermin-Bunnell
12:44 - 12:46 PMThe Rights of Donor-Conceived People in Assisted Reproductive Technology PolicymakingArielle Coughlin
12:46 - 12:48 PMCorrelation of Generations and their Views Towards the Ethicality of Organ DonationHannah Cui
12:48 - 12:50 PMAlternatives to Murder: Reasonable Ways and Reasons to Reduce Animal ExperimentationSara Parikh
12:50 - 12:55 PMQ&A

Group 2

12:55 - 12:57 PMCapacity, Consent, and Quality Care for The Cognitively Impaired PatientNancy Coe
12:57 - 12:59 PMAn Argument for Palliative Care in Patients Suffering from Psychiatric EpisodesGabriella Agostaro
12:59 - 1:01 PMMandatory Covid-19 Vaccination of Healthcare WorkersCindy Villatoro
1:01 - 1:03 PMPerceptions, attitudes, and beliefs of bedside pediatric ICU nurses about the ethical use of renal replacement therapyCarly Eiduson
1:03 - 1:05 PMCare in the Time of COVID-19: Analyzing COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates from an Ethics of Care FrameworkSally Yan
1:05 - 1:07 PMDisparity in COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation in PrisonsYael Jessica Mayer
1:07 - 1:15 PMQ&A

Group 3

1:15 - 1:17 PMBlack Infant Mortality Under a Trauma-Informed Lens Wynne Zheng
1:17 - 1:19 PMIntersectionality in the Biopsychosocial Framework: Localizing Equity and InclusionAndrew Huang
1:19 - 1:21 PMDamaged Patient Identity & Immigrants of Color in HealthcareTia Abu Sham
1:21 - 1:23 PMRacism in Pain Management for Sickle Cell Crises: A Case Study to Elucidate Opportunities for Medical Students to Advocate for PatientsSelin Ocal and Janel Ramkalawan
1:23 - 1:25 PMAnalyzing the Design and Implementation of Social Justice and Bioethics Curricula in U.S. Medical SchoolsShivam Bhargava
1:25 - 1:30 PMQ&A

Group 4

1:30 - 1:32 PMRemember Not To PANIC: A Novel Guideline for Combatting Moral Distress in Medical StudentsFrancisca Finkel
1:32 - 1:34 PM‘Partner’ Culture: Insistence as ResistanceSelin Ocal and Janel Ramkalawan
1:34 - 1:36 PMLife and Death: A Call for Medical Student SolidaritySelin Ocal and Nabilah Nishat
1:36 - 1:38 PMDeath, Dying and Suffering: The Need for Medical Education ReformLeonard Wang and Meghan Mallya
1:38 - 1:40 PMA Survey of Student’s Attitudes Toward Clinical Death After Teaching the Philosophy of DeathNick Ludka
1:40 - 1:45 PMQ&A

Oral presentations Block 3

1:50 - 2:05 PMCost Ethics and Analysis of the Orphan Drug ActMatthew Vo
2:05 - 2:20 PMInformed Consent and Access to Care for Youth Seeking HIV ServicesEmma Menardi
2:20 - 2:35 PMToward Critical Bioethics: A critique of the justice principle in conceptualizing approaches to COVID-19 vaccine equitySpenser Chen and Ramya Sampath
2:35 - 2:50 PMToo Much Testosterone: Evaluating How the Structure of Sports, Traditional Gender Norms, and the Normative Value of Testosterone Contribute Towards the Oppression of Trans Women and Girl AthletesMallory Wietrzykowski
2:50 - 2:55 PMWrap up