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Mar
1
Sun
34th European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care Call for Abstracts
Mar 1 all-day

This conference will be organized by the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare (espmh), the Center for Bioethics & Biolaw at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw, as well as the Bioethics Committee at the Presidium of the Polish Academy of Science. The conference will focus on challenges posed by moral, religious and cultural diversity to healthcare, the life sciences and bioethics. Abstracts addressing any of the issues mentioned in the headings below from a philosophical and/or ethical perspective will be favored, although work on other topics can also be submitted.

Basic concepts

  • Diversity and pluralism
  • Relativism, objectivism and universalism
  • Moral disagreement
  • Moral compromise
  • Tolerance
  • Deliberation

Conflicts between the patient’ rights and wishes & the health practitioner’s rights and duties

  • Wish fulfilling medicine (non-medical interventions)
  • Right-to-try and compassionate use
  • Alternative medicine
  • Conscientious objection in medicine

Bioethics in democratic and/or autocratic societies

  • Bioethics and democratic values
  • Deliberative processes in bioethics
  • Moral expertise and moral experts
  • Ethics/bioethics committees
  • Moral education in a democratic society
  • Participatory medicine
  • Citizen science

Facing diversity

  • Moral pluralism and the value of human life & death
  • Cultural diversity and concepts of health, disease, and illness
  • New reproductive technologies and diverse accounts of parenthood
  • Diversity (cultural, social, ethnic, gender) and justice in healthcare
  • Methods of resolving moral disagreements

Global bioethics

  • Challenges of multiculturalism
  • Theories of global bioethics
  • Global bioethics and human rights
  • Global health problems, research, practice, and policy
  • International cooperation for health

Emerging ICT in healthcare

  • E-medicine / e-health
  • Wearables in healthcare
  • Big data on health and data mining
  • Public health surveillance technologies
  • Artificial intelligence and robotics

Anyone wishing to present a paper at the conference should submit an abstract in Word format (500 words maximum) before March 1, 2020. The Conference Programme Committee will select abstracts for oral presentation. Please send abstracts by e-mail to: Professor Bert Gordijn, Secretary of the espmh, Institute of Ethics, Dublin City University, Ireland: bert.gordijn@dcu.ie

 

Mar
22
Sun
Conference on Medicine and Religion – True to Tradition? Religion, the Secular, ?and the Future of Medicine @ The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Mar 22 – Mar 24 all-day

The medicine we know today has a history, and that history sets the terms for what we expect medicine to become in the future.  What are the historical sources of contemporary medicine?  What has been lost that should be recovered?  What should be left behind?  In particular, what do we know about the Hippocratic tradition?  How has that tradition been taken up, modified, and developed in Jewish, Christian and Muslim cultures?  What resources, if any, does that tradition offer to practitioners today?  What aspects of the medicine of the past should ground the medicine of the future?

The 2020 Conference on Medicine and Religion invites clinicians, scholars, clergy, students and others to take up these and other questions related to the intersection of medicine and religion.  The conference encourages participants to consider these questions in light of religious traditions and practices, particularly, though not exclusively, those of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The conference is a forum for exchanging ideas from an array of disciplinary perspectives, from accounts of clinical practices to empirical research to scholarship in the humanities.  ?

May
11
Mon
14th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics & Health Law @ Porto Palacio Hotel, Porto, Portugal
May 11 – May 14 all-day

The UNESCO Chair in Bioethics welcomes all of you to the 14th World Conference.

The World Conference offers its participants an international platform for fruitful scientific discourse on more than 60 topics and subtopics in the fields of bioethics, medical ethics and health law.

Target Groups: Members of Ethics Committees, Physicians, Lawyers, Judges, Forensic doctors, Nurses, Teachers and Educators in Medical Schools, Nursing Schools, Law Schools, Schools of Social Work, Faculties of Philosophy and Ethics, Professional Organizations, Governmental & Public Bodies.

Main Aspects

  • Bioethics, Medical Ethics, Health Law
  • Ethics Committees
  • Biomedical Research and Experimentation
  • Forensic Medicine, Law and Ethics
  • Bioethics Education

 

Aug
26
Wed
34th European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care – Diversity and Bioethics
Aug 26 – Aug 29 all-day

This conference will be organized by the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare (espmh), the Center for Bioethics & Biolaw at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw, as well as the Bioethics Committee at the Presidium of the Polish Academy of Science. The conference will focus on challenges posed by moral, religious and cultural diversity to healthcare, the life sciences and bioethics. Abstracts addressing any of the issues mentioned in the headings below from a philosophical and/or ethical perspective will be favored, although work on other topics can also be submitted.

Basic concepts

  • Diversity and pluralism
  • Relativism, objectivism and universalism
  • Moral disagreement
  • Moral compromise
  • Tolerance
  • Deliberation

Conflicts between the patient’ rights and wishes & the health practitioner’s rights and duties

  • Wish fulfilling medicine (non-medical interventions)
  • Right-to-try and compassionate use
  • Alternative medicine
  • Conscientious objection in medicine

Bioethics in democratic and/or autocratic societies

  • Bioethics and democratic values
  • Deliberative processes in bioethics
  • Moral expertise and moral experts
  • Ethics/bioethics committees
  • Moral education in a democratic society
  • Participatory medicine
  • Citizen science

Facing diversity

  • Moral pluralism and the value of human life & death
  • Cultural diversity and concepts of health, disease, and illness
  • New reproductive technologies and diverse accounts of parenthood
  • Diversity (cultural, social, ethnic, gender) and justice in healthcare
  • Methods of resolving moral disagreements

Global bioethics

  • Challenges of multiculturalism
  • Theories of global bioethics
  • Global bioethics and human rights
  • Global health problems, research, practice, and policy
  • International cooperation for health

Emerging ICT in healthcare

  • E-medicine / e-health
  • Wearables in healthcare
  • Big data on health and data mining
  • Public health surveillance technologies
  • Artificial intelligence and robotics

Anyone wishing to present a paper at the conference should submit an abstract in Word format (500 words maximum) before March 1, 2020. The Conference Programme Committee will select abstracts for oral presentation. Please send abstracts by e-mail to: Professor Bert Gordijn, Secretary of the espmh, Institute of Ethics, Dublin City University, Ireland: bert.gordijn@dcu.ie