Euthanasia of the Disabled in Nazi Germany: Historical Perspectives and Implications for Modern Day Care
November 13, 2009
Edward Goldson, MD
Professor of Pediatrics
Child Development Unit
Children's Hospital Colorado
University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine
This presentation will review the history leading to the sterilization and euthanasia of the disabled in Germany from Hitler’s rise to power until the Second World War. We will also consider some of the implications of this trajectory.
*At this time, archived videos are not approved for continuing medical education (CME) credit.
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