Dr. DiAnn Ecret

Catholic Bioethics: Current Issues

Catholic Bioethics: Current Issues

Journey into an illuminating exploration of faith and vocation with Dr. DiAnn Ecret in her enlightening online course, “Catholic Bioethics: Current Issues.” Artfully combining insights from her 30-year nursing and healthcare career, Dr. Ecret delves into the essence of what it means to embody Christ’s compassion, particularly in caring for the vulnerable and sick. This course tackles the vital concern of moral decision making in an increasingly secularized nursing landscape, guided by the timeless wisdom of the Gospel.

Join Dr. Ecret as she shares her invaluable experiences, offering a unique understanding of what it truly means to embrace a Catholic identity in the healthcare field, while serving as a beacon of Christ-like compassion.

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About the Presenter

Dr. DiAnn Ecret, an alumnus of Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing, Wilmington University, and Villanova University, completed her Ph.D. in healthcare ethics at Duquesne University. With 37 years of diverse clinical nursing experience, and over two decades in nursing management and education, Dr. Ecret currently teaches at Ave Maria University and serves as a part-time ethicist at the National Catholic Bioethics Center.

She plays a crucial role in Ave Maria University's Institutional Review Board (IRB) committee and serves as an ethics consultant for Be Not Afraid, in addition to her work with Life Perspectives' Health Care Task Force. Happily married for 35 years, Dr. Ecret and her husband, Michael, are parents to four children and grandparents to four.