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Symposium on Humanism and Medicine: As if the Patient Mattered

Sponsored by the John Conley Foundation and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

December 14th, 2019, 8 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Turner Auditorium

The John Conley Foundation and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine are pleased to present "Symposium on Humanism and Medicine: As if the Patient Matters," which will include presentations from a number of luminary speakers including John Harley Warner, Ph.D., Arthur Kleinman, M.D., Louise Aronson, M.D., Salvatore Mangione, M.D., and Stephen J. Spann, M.D., as well as Johns Hopkins Medicine faculty and trainees. The event  is free to attend and free parking is available in the Washington Street Garage. Morning break beverages and free lunch provided.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital

Dr. John Conley was a renowned Otolaryngologist /Head and Neck Surgeon who is regarded as a founding leader in Head and Neck cancer. He pioneered advances in reconstruction following extensive surgical removal. A great communicator, Dr. Conley was always the sage arbiter in surgical decision making. A poet, musician, and philosopher, his magic extended far beyond the medical domain. Ethical behavior and compassionate care were core components of his persona. He was committed to Humanism in Medicine and established The John Conley Foundation for Ethics and Philosophy to further our potential to be the best we can possibly be. That is the genesis of this symposium.