The ASBH 9th Annual Meeting (October 18-21, 2007) of ASBH

The ASBH 9th Annual Meeting (October 18-21, 2007)
Washington, DC

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Thursday, 18 October 2007

8:00 AM-12:00 PM
1 Preventive Ethics: A Quality Improvement Approach to Health Care Ethics
2 Bioethics and the Law: What Every Non-Lawyer Should Know
3 Sight and Sound: Using Photography and Audio in Medical Education
4 Professor Smith Goes to Washington: How Bioethicists Can Contribute to Policy
5 Ethics Consultation in Health Care: Putting Ethics into Practice
6 Making Connections for Teaching Success: Instructional Tools for the Evolving Seminar
7 Efficient Searching & Use of Bioethics Resources and Reference Services

2:45 PM-3:45 PM
101 Defining Values for Bioethics and Bioethicists: Continuing the Dialogue
102 African American Bioethics: Culture, Race and Identity
103 New Media and Methods for Collaboration and Education in Bioethics
104 Genetic technologies in the service of medicine
105 Challenges in Public Health Ethics: Collaboration and Cooperation in Pandemic Preparedness and Response
106 Medicine and Money

4:00 PM-5:30 PM
107 What They Mean When They Say It Is Good Science: Reading Primary Texts of Science
108 Regulating Industry Relations: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Ethics in Policy and Practice
109 Workshop on Rationing Antivirals, Vaccines and Critical Care in an Avian Flu Pandemic
110 Grasping at Gossamer?: Latent Variable Modeling in Empirical Bioethics
111 Public Health Ethics Collaborations at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
112 Sick children and pediatric research

5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Poster Session
 
Friday, 19 October 2007

7:00 AM-7:45 AM
200 Law & Bioethics

8:00 AM-9:00 AM
201 Building a Bridge between the Two Cultures: The Importance of Collaborations among Scientists and Humanists
202 Scapegoats, accusers, and whistleblowers
203 Can the Prospect of Direct Benefit Be Based on Animal Studies Alone?
204 Medicine and Media
205 Neuroenhancement: Psychopharmacology and Beyond
206 Environmental Ethics

10:30 AM-11:30 AM
207 Ashley Revisited: Is Growth Attenuation Ever Justified in a Profoundly Disabled Child?
208 Conversations about life and death: bridging cultural, religious and philosophical divides
209 One Hundred Years of Eugenics: From the “Indiana Experiment” to the Human Genome Project
210 High technologies in the service of human values
211 Philosophy
212 Visual Arts & Cultural Representations

11:45 AM-12:45 PM
213 Nursing
214 Neuroethics
215 Literature & Medicine
216 Organizational Ethics
217 Jewish Bioethics
218 Residency Interest Group

1:00 PM-2:30 PM
219 Moral Courage: One Virtue We Should Not Compromise for Collaboration?
221 Assent in Pediatrics: Does it enhance the healthcare of children?
222 Ethical Considerations for Pandemic Influenza
223 Using Survey Methods for Bioethics Research

2:45 PM-3:45 PM
225 Religion and the Public Life
226 Tales from the Trenches: What Makes Interdisciplinary Collaborations Work?
227 Deactivation of Implanted Cardiac Devices in Hospice Patients: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Policy Development
228 ASBH Clinical Ethics Task Force: Introducing the Learner’s Guide
229 Doing the right thing-advocacy, courage, and conscience
230 Telling their stories-doctors, patients, families

4:00 PM-5:00 PM
231 The AMA-United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) Educational Collaborative
232 Abigail Alliance v. Eschenbach, and the Future of FDA's Regulation of Experimental Drugs
236 Disability & Rehabilitation Ethics

4:00 PM-5:30 PM
234 "How-to" Sessions-Effective ethics consults; finding surrogate decision makers

5:15 PM-6:15 PM
237 Does Conscience Have a Place in the Healthcare Encounter?
238 Vulnerable Persons-Patients, doctors, and research "volunteers"
239 Public health inequalities
241 Philosophy of Medicine
242 Research

6:30 PM-7:30 PM
243 Poetry Session
244 History of Medical Ethics
246 Student Interest
 
Saturday, 20 October 2007

8:00 AM-9:00 AM
301 Connecting Cognitive Psychology to Clinical Ethics
302 Preparing Physicians for the World: Integrating Global Health Justice into the Medical School Curriculum
304 Aging and Dying
305 Mental Health Ethics and Policy
306 Race & Culture/Ethnicity

10:30 AM-11:30 AM
307 Extremely Low Birth Weight Neonates: The Limits of Viability and the Viability of Guidelines
308 Public Deliberations about Health Spending Priorities: Lessons from Four Countries
309 Who Controls Your DNA?
310 Treatment Refusal or Assisted Suicide?: Withholding or Withdrawing Life Support in the Immediate Aftermath of a Failed Suicide Attempt
311 Educational Services Committee Meeting
312 Religion, Spirituality & Bioethics

1:45 PM-2:45 PM
313 Beyond Binaries: Disability Studies, Medical Education, and Bioethics
314 Collaborating in the Liminal Space between Visual Art and Medicine
315 The Collaborative Efforts of Ethicists and Educators to Bring Bioethics into High Schools
316 Breaking cycles of injustice I
317 Pediatric Ethics
318 Hospice & Palliative Medicine

3:00 PM-4:00 PM
319 Military Medical Ethics: Moral Commitments and Moral Dilemmas
320 Medicine, Design and Ethics: Bridging Disciplines to Enable Meaningful Assent in Pediatric Phase I Trials
321 Ethics of Embryo Adoption: Connecting Christian and Jewish Analyses
322 Breaking cycles of injustice II
323 Program and Course Directors of Humanities & Bioethics in Health Profession Education
324 Rural Bioethics

5:45 PM-6:45 PM
325 Ethical & Legal Challenges to Compensating Women Who Donate Oocytes for Research
327 Should Children be Tested for Adult-Onset Disorders? An American Philosophical Association and American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Collaboration
329 International Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB)
330 Dental Ethics
 
Sunday, 21 October 2007

8:30 AM-9:30 AM
401 Connection and Conflict: Giving and Receiving Care after Brain Injury
402 Advocacy Groups: The Personal and the Political in Science and Society
403 Should HPV Vaccination Be Required for Enrollment in Public Schools?
404 In Search of the Moral Brain: How is Neuroscience Shaping our Conception of Moral Personhood?
405 Values conflicts and their resolution
406 Organ Transplantation

9:45 AM-10:45 AM
407 Why Neuroscience Needs Naturalized Ethics
408 Identifiability in Genomic Research: Considerations of Privacy, Autonomy, and Social Identity
410 Ethics, quality improvement, and health care
411 Vantage points: pluralistic, universal, religious, secular

11:00 AM-12:00 PM
413 Late-breaking News Session
414 The Second Wave: A Moral Framework for Clinical Research with Pregnant Women
415 Ways of Knowing and Deciding in Medicine
416 Triage, metaphors, and the public health
417 Translation: from the laboratory into the clinic
418 Ethics and Regulation of Predictive Health Research: A New Translational Paradigm?


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