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Manchester speaker to focus on death, dying and living meaningfully

Nick SalupoAlumnus Nick Salupo, DO, offers VIA Monday, Feb. 27

Dr. Nick Salupo treated patients in the intensive care unit during the Delta and Omicron COVID-19 surges, witnessing death and the dying process.

He will speak about “On Death and Dying” at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 27 in Cordier Auditorium on the North Manchester campus of Manchester University. It is free and open the public. The presentation will also be livestreamed on the Manchester Facebook page.

A member of the Manchester Class of 2013, Salupo will focus on what it means to die with dignity and how we can strengthen our relationship with life through demystifying death, and that death and dying are vital to the experience of being fully human.

Currently chief internal medicine resident at Grandview Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, the bioethicist will start a fellowship in nephrology at the Cleveland Clinic in July 2023. 

This presentation is part of Manchester’s Values, Ideas and the Arts (VIA) series, which is designed to enrich the student experience.

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MU organizer of this presentation is Professor Beate Gilliar,

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February 2023