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INVITATION AND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The UNESCO Chair in Bioethics is pleased to invite you to become an active participant at the 12th World Conference. The Conference is designed to offer a platform for the exchange of information and knowledge and to hold discussions, lectures, workshops and exhibition of programs and databases. If you wish to take part in the scientific program, submit your oral presentation or poster abstract together with a short CV to: [email protected] Deadline for abstract submission: October 31, 2016

Target Groups physicians • nurses • social workers • psychologists • psychiatrists • doctors involved in legal medicine • lawyers • judges • bioethicists • philosophers • researchers • writers • ethics committee members • teachers • educators • rectors, deans and administrators of academic institutes • hospital managers • teachers and students of medical, nursing, ethics, psychology, philosophy and law schools and faculties • professional, cultural and volunteer organizations and associations • governmental & public bodies • speech and language therapists • veterinarians

Main Topics • Alcohol • Assisted Suicide • Autonomy • Benefit & Harm • Bioethics: Gender • Bioethics: General • Bioethics: History & Future • Clinical Trials • Confidentiality • Cultural Pluralism • Dentistry, Law and Ethics • Discrimination • Drugs • End of Life Environment’s Protection • Equality • Ethical aspects of E-Medicine • Ethical aspects of Toxicology • Ethical Education: Skills & Technology • Ethical Ethics: The Digital Era • Ethics and Immigration • Ethics Committees • Ethics Education: Tools and Methods • Ethics Education: Youth and Children • Food and Death • Forensic Medicine • Genetics: Ethical Aspects • Healthcare Services and Costs • Human Dignity • Human life: Sacred Life, Quality of life • Human Rights • Informed Consent • Justice • Medical Errors • Medical Ethics • Medical Ethics and Law: Patents • Medical Ethics in Times of Crisis • Medical Ethics: Globalization • Medical Ethics: Management • Medical ethics: Surgery • Medical Law • Medical Negligence • Medical Research • Mental Disorders • Neuro-ethics • Nursing, Law and Ethics • Organ Transplantation • Psychiatry, Law and Ethics • Psychology, Law and Ethics • Reproduction • Solidarity

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