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6 février 2020

Researchers presentations

Horaires:

From 09 am to 03 pm

Lieu:

Auditorium | Brocher Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, February 6th, 2020

 

09h00: Carter David, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney, Senior Lecturer, Law 

  • Healthcare Harm, Bioethics and Criminal Law

 

09h20: Fumanti Mattia, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Senior Lecturer, Social Anthropology

  • Exploring the Archives of the League of Nations in Geneva

 

09h40: Gagné-Julien Anne-Marie, Université du Québec, Montréal, PhD Student, Philosophy

  • The Concept of Mental Health Between Facts and Values

 

10h00: Han Paul, Maine Medical Center, Director, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Medicine

  • Promoting Tolerance of Uncertainty in Health Care

 

10h20: Henschke Adam, National Security College, Australian National University / Delft University of Technology, Senior Lecturer, bioethics, medical ethics

  • Disrupting Healthcare With Healthwear And Healthware

 

10h40 - 10h55: coffee break

 

11h00: Komparic Ana, University of Toronto, PhD Candidate, Bioethics, medical ethics

  • An Ethical and Political Analysis of the Private Sector in Health

 

11h20: Logie Carmen, University of Toronto, Associate Professor, Sociology

  • Interrogating the term 'hard to reach' in HIV research

 

11h40: Moodley Jacqueline, University of Johannesburg, Lecturer, Psychology

  • Quality of life of children with disabilities in South Africa

 

12h00: Rennie Stuart, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Associate Professor, Bioethics, medical ethics

  • Ethical challenges implementing male circumcision for HIV prevention

 

12h20 - 13h30 - Buffet lunch served by the Foundation in the Brocher Centre

 

13h30: Siegl Veronika, Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern - Dre-Des.,lecturer Anthropology

  • Finalising the book manuscript for my thesis "Fragile Truths"

 

13h50: Staunton Ciara, Middlesex University, Senior Lecturer, Law

  • Governance of genomic and biobank research in Africa

 

14h10: Yarborough Mark, University of California Davis, Dean's Professor, Bioethics - Medical ethics

  • Deserving the Public's Trust

 

14h30: Zuradzki Tomasz, Jagiellonian University, Institute of Philosophy & Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics, Assistant Professor, Bioethics - Medical ethics

  • Deep uncertainties in bioethics


 

14h50 End of presentations