26. - 29. August 2020, Warschau (PL)
(CfA - 01.03.2020) "34th European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care - Diversity and Bioethics"
Diversity and Bioethics CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
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(at)dcu.ie