Struggling Against Domestic and Community Violence in Pursuit of Justice and Wellbeing

presenter: Dr. David W. Moller, PhD Chief of Ethics Anne Arundel Medica Center This will be a FREE live webinar, in real-time, and interactive. Healthcare Professionals, Social Workers, Domestic Violence Advocates and Allied Professionals are encouraged to join. OBJECTIVES: Participants will: Draw on oral and photographic narratives collected during original, community-based ethnographic research to describe […]

National Physician Suicide Awareness Day

The primary purpose of the event is to create a day to commemorate colleagues lost to suicide and to raise awareness about the issue internally and externally by shedding a light on it. Through this, we hope that we will lessen the stigma for physicians and all other clinicians to speak about their struggles either […]

The Annual Thomas E. Allen, M.D. Ethics Lecture

Lesson Learned: Ethical Dilemmas Faced During the COVID-19 Pandemic Panel Discussion Wednesday, September 24, 2020 6:00 PM - Lecture Please register at  You will receive a confirmation email that will contain information about how to join the webinar.  If you would like to submit questions for the panel prior to the event, please send […]

Movie Screening of “Home Truth”

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Movie Screening of "Home Truth" Join us for a webinar on Oct 22, 2020 at 6:30 PM EDT. Please join the Maryland Health Care Coalition Against Domestic Violence as we recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a screening of "Home Truth", a documentary about one woman's experience of abuse, loss, survival, […]

Rock Your Socks – At Home

Break out your silliest pairs of socks, it’s time to Rock Your Socks – At Home! We’re coming together virtually during this unprecedented time to motivate and support each other from afar. Just because we can’t be together in person right now doesn’t mean we can’t stay active and healthy as a community… and have […]

The 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic and Lessons Learned

via Zoom

Philip Mackowiak, MD will present a lecture on the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic and the lessons learned from it. He will discuss the origin of the pandemic, its peculiar timeline and clinical characteristics, and the critical elements that gave rise to what became a “perfect storm” of misery and death.