2022

PAST EVENTS IN 2022 (for forthcoming events, see parent tab)

Wednesday October 19th, 2022

I gave a seminar via Zoom as part of the COVID-19 Narrative Research Seminar series at Monash University.

The recording of the seminar can be found here

On September 20-21st, I participated in an expert workshop on “Concussion ethics; concept, science, policy” organised by the iCeris Centre at KU Leuven.

On September 7th, I gave a seminar as part of the Institute of Medical Ethics online seminar series, on the topic of “Proportionality in the management of the covid-19 health emergency in Italy in 2020: a narrative ethics approach“.  https://ime-uk.org/events-and-news/events/proportionality-in-public-health-measures-at-the-time-of-covid-19-a-narrative-ethics-approach-to-lockdown-in-italy/

On August 25th, 2022 I gave two papers (in person) at the 19th Biennal European Society for Health and Medical Sociology conference, with theme “Healthscapes. Shaping the future of the post-pandemic society”.

https://eshms2022.wixsite.com/eshms2022

The first paper was titled “What experts? Whose advice? The “Delphi oracle” and “Moses tablets” in the management of the covid19 health emergency in Italy” with Giorgia Dal Fabbro (University of Trento), and Professor Federica Angeli (University of York).

The second paper was titled “A public health ethics perspective on age-based COVID-19 preventive measures in Southern Switzerland” with Dr Laurie Corna,  Dr David Maciariello, and Professor Stefano Cavalli (University of Applied Sciences & Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI))

The full programme of the conference can be downloaded here.

On June 18th, 2022 I gave a paper titled “It didn’t have to be this way: A narrative ethics approach to lockdown in Italy in 2020” at a symposium organised by Professor Neil Vickers in honour of Professor Brian Hurwitz held at King’s College London. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-symposium-in-honour-of-brian-hurwitz-tickets-345536728657