Joan M. Gibson, PhD
Joan is a philosopher and consultant in applied ethics, bioethics, and values-based decision making. She has over 30 years of teaching, training, consulting and administrative work in a variety of setting: Universities, business, state and federal government, health care, community, and research organizations. Joan and colleagues developed the ‘Values History Form’ the first “values inventory approach to advance directives. She also founded and directed the Health Sciences Ethics Program at the University of New Mexico. Joan speaks, trains and writes about Values-Based Decision Making, End of Life Decision Making, Bioethics and Advance Care Healthcare Planning. Joan also works with The Conversation Project who provides helpful tools online.