• NOVEMBER 09-11, 2018 – ZURICH, SWITZERLAND

     

    2nd Zurich-Harvard Intensive Clinical Bioethics Course

     

    UniversitätsSpital Zürich, Grosser Hörsaal Nord

Accreditations

The SIWF / FMH grants 23 Credit Points for Continuous Medical Education / 23 Kreditpunkte für die ärztliche Fortbildung

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The Swiss Nurses’ Association (SBK) grants 45 e-log points for Continuous Nursing Education / 45 e-log Punkte für die pflegerische Fortbildung

1 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) point for this course can be gained after completion.

All accreditations will be confirmed on the Certificate of Completion.

 

avl interpreters will carry out the simultaneous translation German – English.

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The second Zurich-Harvard Intensive Clinical Bioethics Course is set over three days of ground-breaking speeches.

November 09-11, 2018
Main topics include; Day 1: Global bioethics and diversity: From the “Global” to the “Local” and “Bedside” Dimension of Ethics. Day 2: Clinical Ethics, Goals of Care, Scientific Integrity and Day 3: Advances in Ethics Teaching and Communication.

Speakers (in alphabetical order)

Eva Bergsträsser, Nancy Berlinger, Nikola Biller Andorno, Sibylle Bihr, Tatjana Binggeli, Susanne Brauer, Katja Bruni, Béatrice Brühlhardt, Ana Budilivski, Stéphanie Dagron, Daniel Drewniak, Tobias Eichinger, Ann Gallagher, Lars Garten, Andrea Glässel, Jean-Marc Fritschy, Helena Hermann, Jürg Hodler, Paul Hoff, Ralf Jox, Jürgen Kasper, Isabelle Karzig, Michaela Key, David Klemperer,  Michaela Kolbe, Tanja Krones, Renato Lehnherr, Barbara Loupatatzis, Valérie Luyckx, Brian Martin, Christine Mitchell, Settimio Monteverde, Thomas Müller, Henrik Petrowsky, Rouven Porz, Peter Schaber, David Schmocker, Giatgen Spinas, Nina Streeck,  Jean-Daniel Strub, Manuel Trachsel, Robert Truog, Kerstin von der Hude,  Ivo Wallimann, Sebastian Wäscher, Tatjana Weidmann-Hügle, Verina Wild

Topics Covered:

Day 1 Friday

09.11.2018
08.00 – 18.00
MAIN TOPICS:
GLOBAL ETHICS AND DIVERSITY
FROM THE ‘GLOBAL’ TO THE ‘LOCAL’ AND ‘BEDSIDE’ DIMENSION OF ETHICS
Keynotes
Short lectures
Small group discussions

Issues:

  • Mapping the landscape of healthcare ethics
  • Global justice and the right to health
  • The ethical role of health care professionals
  • Vulnerable groups in healthcare settings
  • Ethical theories and clinical practice

Day 2 Saturday

10.11. 2018
08.00 – 18.00
MAIN TOPICS:
CLINICAL ETHICS, GOALS OF CARE, SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY

Keynotes
Small group case discussions
Short lectures
Issues:

  • Ethical Decisions and Moral Agents: Mind the Gap
  • Decision-making capacity
  • Potentially inappropriate treatments
  • Ethics and palliative care, assisted dying
  • Discussing goals of care, Advance Care Planning
  • Ethical theories and clinical practice (continued)
  • Conflicts of interests in research and care
  • Dinner

Day 3 Sunday

11.11.2018
08.30 – 16.45
MAIN TOPICS:
ADVANCES IN ETHICS TEACHING AND COMMUNICATION
Keynotes
Short lectures
Workshops
Panel discussion
Issues:

  • Patient narratives and clinical ethics
  • Microethics
  • Methods and formats of ethics teaching:
  • Working with standardized patients
  • Serious moral games
  • Simulation and blended learning in ethics teaching
  • Communications about medical mistakes
  • Increasing the impact of ethics – what do we need? (Panel)
  • Closure and farewell

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ZHIBC is proud to offer a discount of 50% to registered PhD students. Please fill in the contact form below and attach proof of registration to apply . We will evaluate your request and then send you information on how to proceed with booking your participation.

Contact information:

Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine
Winterthurerstrasse 30
CH – 8006 Zurich
Switzerland

www.ibme.uzh.ch