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L’utilité de ce genre d’institutions est incontestable. Car le monde moderne est sans cesse confronté à des innovations, médicales ou autres, qui s’appliquent à l’homme ou à son environnement proche. Ce lieu est donc nécessaire pour préparer la matière intellectuelle qui sera ensuite transférée aux citoyens afin que ceux- ci puissent se prononcer quant à la légitimité de ces innovations.

 

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8 août 2017

Visiting researchers presentation

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Introduction:

9h30 : Reconnecting facts and values.

Upshur Ross - Professor - University of Toronto

 

9h50 : Ensuring Fair Access to Vaccines during an Influenza Pandemic

Eccleston-Turner Mark - Lecturer of Law - Birmingham City University

 

10h10 : Health Security and Global Public Health Emergencies

Herington Jonathan - Assistant Professor - Kansas State University

 

10h30 : Caring for the Elderly: An Ethical Framework for Health Care Decisions & Policies

Jecker Nancy - Professor - University of Washington, School of Medicine

 

10h50 : coffee break

 

11h10 : Bodies and Markets: Buying, Selling, and Sharing Human Milk

Lee Robyn - Postdoctoral Fellow - Brock University

 

11h30 : Biotech Conundrums: Taiwanese Desires adn Emerging BioForms of Living

Liu Jennifer - Assistant Professor - University of Waterloo

 

11h50 : Lobbying for the Unborn: Anti-Abortion Discourses and Abortion Governance in Post-communist Romania

Anton Lorena - PhD, Marie Curie Fellow/CSIII - University of Bucharest

 

12h10 : Disease, Disability and Decision-making: HIV and Unexplored Intersections Between Medicine and the Law in the Canadian Immigration System

Bisaillon Laura - Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Depts of Anthropology and Social Justice Education, University of Toronto

 

12h30 : Lunch

 

13h30 : Noncommunicable Diseases as a Global Health Emergency: the World Health Organization, Public Health Knowledge, and the Internationalization of Policy

Chaisson Kristen - PhD Student - University of Calgary

 

13h50 : One Health: Whose Health is it Anyway?

Lederman Zohar - MD, PhD candidate - Centre for Biomedical Ethics

 

14h10 : Documenting Mass Rape: The Emergence and Implications of Medical Evidence Collection Techniques in Settings of Armed Conflict and Mass Violence

Morse Jaimie - PhD Candidate - Northwestern University

 

14h30 : coffee break

 

14h50 : A New Medicalization of Poverty? Ethical and Policy Implications of Mental Health Services for the Poor in the United States

Mpondo-Dika Ekedi - PhD Candidate - Harvard University

 

15h10 : Beautiful Children: Medicine and The Future of Transgender Identity

Sadjadi Sahar - Assistant Professor - Amherst College

 

15h30 : The Cost of Sexual Violence and Its Transgenerational Impact in Conflict-Affected African Countries

Woldetsadik Mahlet Atakilt - Doctoral Fellow - Pardee RAND Graduate School

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