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Katherine Brown-Saltzman, RN, MA

UCLA Health System
Co-Director, UCLA Health System Ethics Center
Los Angeles, CA

Katherine Brown-Saltzman lectures and publishes internationally on ethics, professional self-care, bereavement, spirituality, psychosocial care, and cultural issues. She is the co-founder of the UCLA Ethics Center, co-chair of the UCLA Medical Center’s Ethics committee, and co-developer of a two-year clinical ethics fellowship for those with advanced degrees in bioethics. Having received research grants from ONS, Sigma Theta Tau, and the National Institutes of Health, she investigates early indicators and risk factors in ethical issues. 

Brown-Saltzman is the founder of a non-profit that has been providing annual nursing ethics conferences in Southern California since 1993, which served as the model for the first and second National Nursing Ethics Conference. She is the recipient of the ONS Mara Mogensen Flaherty Memorial Lectureship, the Award of Excellence in Pain Management form the Southern California Cancer Pain Initiative, and the Original Leader award from Our House, a bereavement center. 

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My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, April 30

4:15pm CDT