The Greenwall Foundation's William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture: Can Mental Health Save the World?
On November 14, The Greenwall Foundation and Columbia University’s Division of Ethics hosted the 2023 William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture in-person in New York City and online. Gary Belkin, MD, PhD, Director of the Billion Minds Project and Chair of COP2 discussed: Can Mental Health Save the World? Dr. Belkin was joined by NPR’s Michel Martin, host of NPR’s Morning Edition and contributor to PBS’s Amanpour & Company, in a discussion on issues at the intersection of mental health, climate change, and bioethics.
About the William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture
William C. Stubing served as President of The Greenwall Foundation for 21 years. In 2016, the Foundation established the William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture in honor of its beloved former President, who guided the Foundation to its current focus on bioethics. Previous Lectures have covered timely topics in bioethics: automation and inequity in healthcare, the public health and ethical challenges of COVID-19, the social inequities revealed by the pandemic, physician aid-in-dying, drug pricing, and genome editing.