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This conference will be organised by the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon. The relationships between medicine, arts and the humanities are multifaceted owing to the intricate ways in which they reflect and are conditioned by basic traits of the human condition. Art, humanities and medicine have pivotal roles in shaping our cultural and individual self-understanding. Medicine, whilst being regarded as a dominantly scientific endeavour, is also referred to as the art of healing. At least some medical illustrations and 3D models can arguably be seen as art. In addition, cosmetic dentistry and surgery are informed by aesthetic criteria. Vice versa, art can be seen as a form of therapy. The humanities, finally, play an increasingly important role in both medical education and clinical practice. In a time of kaleidoscopic change in medical research, clinical practice and healthcare systems, the focus of this conference is on medicine and its relations with the arts and the humanities. Abstracts addressing any of the issues mentioned in the headings below from a philosophical and/or ethical perspective will be favoured, although work on other topics can also be submitted.
- Childhood & adolescence
- Love, sex & reproduction
- Mortality and death
Arts and medicine
- Literature and medicine
- Music, dance, theatre, visual arts and literature and their role in supporting health and wellbeing
- Popular culture
- Narrative medicine
- Life cycle and human condition: Between biology and biography
- Health narratives and the fabrication of truth
- Shaping identity and reconfiguration of medicine
- Art, science-fiction, scientific imagination
Humanities and medicine
- Medical and health humanities
- Film and theatre studies
- Religious/theological studies
- Medical anthropology
Hope between uncertainty and complexity
- Progress and sustainability
- Artificial intelligence in medicine /health care
- Robotics (care, social and/or sex robots)
- Cybersex, cyborgs, cryonics and solitude
- Transhumanism and science fiction
- Intellectual property and conflict management
- Creativity, censorship, viability and sponsorship
- Decoding, artification of medical objects
- Access to, dispersion and disposal of medical collections
- Indigenous peoples and vulnerable populations
The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities’ Annual Conference connects individuals and groups across many disciplines, all with interest in clinical and academic bioethics and health-related humanities. The conference provides a platform for presenting new ideas, debate, discussion, learning and networking with other professionals in related fields.
After participating in this meeting, attendees should be able to:
- Discuss emerging issues in bioethics and the medical humanities
- Discuss and apply recent research findings related to bioethics and the medical humanities
- Reflect on the issues related to the future and uncertainty in bioethics and the medical humanities
Session topics include:
- Clinical ethics and clinical ethics consultation
- Religion, culture and social sciences
- Arts and literature
- Philosophy and history
- Research ethics and empirical research
- Law, public health policy, organizational ethics
- Education and inter-professional studies
- Diversity, disparity and inclusion
The UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa) will hold the World Conference in Jerusalem during November 27-29, 2018. The aim of the Conference is to serve as an international platform for the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
The Conference will be held in collaboration with the World Medical Association, the World Federation for Medical Education, the International Federation of Medical Students Associations, and other leading organizations. The Heads and the members of more than 170 Units of the Chair from all over the world will attend the Conference. Hundreds of experts from various disciplines are expected to join them and enrich the scientific program.
In 2019, we celebrate and explore the deep roots and broad branches that form the strong core of this field.
Join us in the City of Oaks to connect with other leaders and learners from many backgrounds. We deepen our own work as we share our diverse perspectives and practices – no matter what we investigate or what we call our efforts. Bring your ideas and your questions to CitSci2019, and be a part of our growing Family Tree!
Call for Symposia:
We invite proposals for 60- or 90-minute symposium sessions that weave together several perspectives on a common theme. The symposium organizer should choose the presentation format (e.g., panel discussion, storytelling, Ignite format) that best meets the objectives of the proposed theme.
Examples themes include, but are not limited to:
Partnerships – the opportunities and challenges
Validity of citizen science data
Results of research around a similar topic
Ethical issues in citizen science
Call for Workshops:
We are currently accepting proposals for half day and full day workshops. We encourage workshops focused on topics and activities that contribute to growing our community’s shared knowledge base, research areas, and priority areas.
Workshop should be designed to contribute to the following Conference priorities:
Welcoming and inclusion, citizenry in science
Informing the broader community
Supporting sustained technical and scientific collaborations and standards
Establishing and maintaining long term relationships and partnerships
Developing best practices
Call for Individual Presentations and Posters:
We are currently accepting proposal submissions for individual presentations and posters. Authors may present in only one of the following categories: Individual Talk, Lightning Talk (which may include a poster), or Poster.
For more details, deadlines, and available individual presentation formats, view the call for individual presentation and poster abstracts.
All submissions will be accepted in English only through the online form at citsci2019.exordo.com. Please be aware that the symposia, workshops, and individual presentations/posters/talks may have different deadlines. See the detailed calls for proposals or abstracts for the specific deadlines.