The 2010 Thelma Shobe Lectureship
Carol Taylor, RN, MSN, PhD
Carol Taylor is a founding member and director of the Center for Clinical Bioethics, a senior research scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, and an associate professor of nursing at Georgetown University.
She is also a Registered Nurse, and a member of the MD/PhD Oversight Committee. Experienced in caring for chronically and critically ill patients and their families, Carol now works closely with health care professionals who are exploring the ethical dimensions of their practice.
She lectures and writes on various issues in healthcare ethics and serves as an ethics consultant to systems and professional organizations.
Her research interests include professional and organizational ethics and health care decision making.