When: THURSDAY MAY 12, 2016
Where: S2.29 STRAND CAMPUS
9:30-10:00 Arrival, Meet & Greet with coffee & tea
10:00-10:10 Introductory Remarks by Dr Silvia Camporesi
10:10-11:10 SESSION 1 (chair Dr Annette Rid)
- 10:10-10:30 – Amber Collingwood, Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP)
- 10:30-10:50– Francis Butcher, A qualitative study of ethical issues in recall by genotype studies
- 10:50-11:10 – Rachel Davies, Enrolling non-consenting patients into emergency care research
11:30-12:45 SESSION 2 (chair Dr Silvia Camporesi)
- 11:30-11:50 –Edgar Ruiz Lopez, Understand exploitation in clinical research: surrogacy
- 11:50-12:10 – Shayda Kashef, An analysis of the moral obligations prospective parents with a family history of Huntington’s disease have if they wish to have genetically related children
- 12:10-12:45 CAREER SESSION with Hanna Gouta, Bioethics & Society alumna (Integrity UK)
14:00-15:00 SESSION 3 (chair Dr Jon Ives)
- 14:00-14:20 – Maru Mormina, How to close the genomic gap: a solidaristic approach to capacity building
- 14:20-14:40 – Lukshmi Solos, The impact of self-perceptions on ageing: An ethnographic study in Ikaria
- 14:40-15:00 – Melissa Wood, An exploration of solidarity in family caregiving and U.S. public policy
15:30- 17:00 SESSION 4 (chair Dr Silvia Camporesi)
- 15:30-15:50 – Rashi Jhunjhunwala, Identifying the distributive principles underlying the formulation of the Disease Control Priorities 3 Essential Surgery recommendations
- 15:50-16:10 – Savannah Ivy, Environmental connections to disease outbreaks
- 16:10-16:30 – Rachel Siden, Should law mandate vaccines to maintain vaccine coverage?
Concluding remarks by Dr Jon Ives (External Examiner MA Bioethics & Society, University of Bristol)
Drinks to follow at a nearby pub!
The conference is made possible thanks to the support of the Faculty of Social Sciences & Public Policy Teaching Innovation Fund.
For inquiries contact Dr Silvia Camporesi: firstname.lastname@example.org