Approved Abstracts (Updated 16/07/2018)


The Scientific Program and the Abstract Book will include only the lecturers who will register for the conference and pay the registration fee up to 1.9.18
The list will be updated every month. The list is subject to change. 


ALCOHOL, DRUGS

Di Patrizi Stefano, Italy
Staff Attitudes to People with Alcohol Problems: Ethical Issue in the Healthcare of Drinkers. An Experience in a Rehabilitation Institute

Kuzmanovic Dario, USA
Drugs, Ethics, and Research

Ottu Iboro, Nigeria
Between Hippocratic Oath of “Doing No Harm” and Opiod Substitution Therapy in Addiction Recovery: Examining Ethical Controversies and Dilemmas of Harm Reduction

Too Alfred, Kenya
Addictive Teens Unknowingly

Zhang Xu-Dong, Chin
Ethical Consideration and Reflections from Conducting Sexual and Reproductive Health Research among Female Adolescents Engaged in High-Risk Behaviours in China


ANIMAL RESEARCH ETHICS

Nwaigwe Chioma, Nigeria
Ethical Concerns on the Use of Animals for Xenotransplantation, Cloning and Stem Cell Research

Wysocka-Andrusiewicz Joanna, Poland
A Realistic Ethical Ideal of Non-human Animal Use in Science (an Attempt to Define)


ASSISTED SUICIDE

Bhat Tushar, Pawar Jeevan, India
Assisted Suicide and Bioethics – Indian Scenario

Gordon Michael, Canada
Maiden Voyage – Assistance in Dying in Canada

Tudosie Elena R., UK
Assisted Suicide: Anticipating the Slippery Slope

Vysniauskas Gintautas, Lithuania
Euthanasia: MAID or PAS?


AUTONOMY

Abojaradeh Ala, Jordan; Abojaradeh Ahmad, USA
Community Engagement, Support and Empowerment

Bedrick Jeffrey, USA
Coercion and Freedom

Chandran Dhanya, India
Right to Information: When Mental Illness Does Not Count

Erkoc Baydar Tuba, Turkey
The Principle of Autonomy as Related to End of Life Decision from Islamic Perspective

Mendz George Louis, Australia
Agency and Autonomy in Euthanasia

Moritz Dominique, Australia
When Paramedics Restrain Patients – Autonomy versus Best Interests

Narayan P V, India
The Enquiry into the Factors That Lead Gender Disparity in Food Distribution in a Household

Philip Sharad, India
Autonomous Advance Treatment Decisions in Indian Mental Healthcare

Queruel Philippe, France
Health-related Quality of Life of Burn Victims, Persistent Sequelae and Autonomy: Ethical Issues Raised by Patients’ Desire to Discontinue Care

Shemen Elyssa Ilana, Israel
Self-harm in Medical Ethics: Autonomy and Religiosity

White B. Paul, USA
Blood Transfusion Refusal as a Paradigm for Patient Autonomy


BENEFIT & HARM

Mikirtichian Galina, Russia
Advantage of Ethics considering the Countermeasures towards Anti–Vaccination Lobby

Parsons Jordan, UK
PrEPosterous? The Ethics of State-funded Pre-exposure Prophylaxis

Romero-Zepeda Hilda, Mexico
Building an International Health Policy in Order to Offer Fair Benefits to Research Participants in Latin America and the Caribbean

Rubin Jonah, USA
A Guide to Considering Non-Psychiatric Medical Intervention over Objection for the Decisionally Incompetent Patient

Wakwe Victor, Nigeria
Bioethical Perspectives on the Introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Nigeria


BIOETHICS AND THE HOLOCAUST

Chalmers Beverley, Canada
Manipulating Birth to Implement Genocide

Fariña Juan Jorge Michel, Argentina
Bioethics and the Holocaust: Contemporary Lessons on the Body

Friedmann Ina, Austria
The Cooperation of the University of Innsbruck with National Socialist Health Offices in Forced Sterilization and Castration in Tyrol-Vorarlberg 1940-1945

Malul Limor, Israel
Seven Decades after the Nuremberg Trials: The Thin Line between Medical Care and Clinical Research in Israel

Urion David, USA
Teachable Moments from Studying Medicine and the Holocaust


BIOETHICS EDUCATION

Caleb Amanda, USA
Speaking to the Past, Present, and Future: The _Deadly Medicine_ Exhibit and Accompanying Lecture Series

De Sá Flávio Cesar, Brazil
The Institutionalization of a Cross-sectional Axis of Training in Bioethics in Medical Education: A Brazilian Experience

Fraga da Silva Paulo, Brazil
Discussing Bioethics in High School: An Experience from Brazil

Gautam Brenna, USA
Dispelling Fears of Bioterrorism: Public Health Education Responsibilities after Disease Outbreaks

Geethalakshmi Sekkizhar, India
Medical Teachers Perception in Teaching Bioethics in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum in Tamil Nadu, India

Gonsalves Nigel, India
Addition of Bioethics in Syllabus to Sensitise Under Graduate Physiotherapy Students

Hamlin Luke, Australia
A Review of the Legal and Ethical Duties of Australian Medical Schools towards Their Students While on Clinical Placement

Jameel Sabena, UK
The Enacted Phronesis (Practical Wisdom) in General Practice Study (EPGPS): Part 1 Findings

Karthik V. P., India
Students Perceptions on Structured Discussion Techniques for Teaching Bioethics

Kommu Kumar Peter Prasanth, India
Core Elements of Medical Professionalism a Medical College Aspirant Should Have” – from Indian Medical Graduate Perspective

Korcheva Katya, Bulgaria
The Role of Ethical Knowledge in the Decision-Making Process: Opinion of the Students from Medical University of Sofia

Kumar Mitra Prasanta, India
Moral and Ethical Values among Indian Youths – A Study from Darjeeling District of India

Lederman Zohar, Israel
Clinical Ethics Training to Residents in a New Hospital in Israel

Mammadova Vafa, Azerbaijan
Ethical Behaviour as the Weapon against Corruption

Marcus Esther-Lee, Israel
Ethical Issues Raised in an Interprofessional Education (IPE) Course on End of Life Care

Martínez-Ordorica Mariana, Mexico
Access to the Clinical Record of Real Patient and its Contribution in Medical Education

Mhaske Chandrakant, India
Understanding the Clinical Dilemmas That Shape Medical Students, Ethical Development; A Cross Sectional Study

Mhaske Christina, Germany
Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Bioethics among Interns and Residents Doctors of the Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital

Nascimento Ferreira Lopes Lucas, Brazil
Bioethics and Biology: Visions and Ethical Issues of Undergraduate Students

Pariani Siti, Indonesia
Core Curriculum Bioethics and Humanities in the Medical School of Indonesia

Prakash Premlata, India
Bioethics Perspectives of Nursing Students

Salazar-Salas Joyce Jacqueline, Mexico
Perception of the Formation in Bioethics on Undergraduate Students in Health Sciences

Sas Courtney, Canada
Ethics Rounds: A Proactive Approach to Address Ethical Concerns in a Hospital Setting

Shah Chinmay, India
A Study of Knowledge and Attitudes towards Plagiarism among Medical Faculty & Postgraduate Students

Silvers William, USA
Holocaust Genocide Contemporary Bioethics in Medical Education: Four Key Challenges

Susila Emily, India
Academic Dishonesty among Undergraduate and Post Graduate Nursing Students

Trezzi Norma, Italy
How to Deal with Ethical Challenges of Genome Editing in Teenagers Classroom

Wang Honghong, China
Ethical Issues in HIV-related Research in China: An International Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Workshop

Yanakieva Antoniya, Bulgaria
Implementing of Education in Bioethics at Contemporary Schools in Bulgaria


BIOETHICS: GENDER

Avidime Ohunene, Nigeria
The Bioethical Challenges of Conducting Research with Pregnant Women in a Tertiary Health Setting in Nigeria

Fabbri Alessandra, Italy
Women with Disability: Discrimination and Recognition

Kudina Olya, Netherlands
Accounting for the Moral Charge of the New Sex Selection Technology: From “Not” to “Why Not?”

Lopez de la Vieja Maria Teresa, Spain
Gender and Organ Donation

Palatty Princy Louis, India
A Comparative Study on the Attitude of Healthcare Professionals on Quality of Organ Donation

Sa Natalia, Brazil
Gender Identity and Human Rights: Overcoming the Challenges of Providing Healthcare for Transsexual Persons in Brazil

Skalko John, USA
How Many Biological Sexes Are There?


BIOETHICS: GENERAL

Alves Jacqueline Mac-Dowell, Brazil
Comparative Evaluation of Valve Patient Creativity in the Pre- and Post-operative Periods

Anane-Sarpong Evelyn, Ghana
A Qualitative African Study on Augmenting the Ethics of Research Using Health and Demographic Systems’ Data

Baliga M S, India
Comprehension of Informed Consent of Participants of Clinical Research at a Tertiary Care Centre

Boutlas George, Greece
The Incompetent as Person. Tracing the Personal Identity of the Other in Kant and Levinas

Castaño Meneses Víctor Manuel, Mexico
Ethics and Nanotechnology: The Science of Interfaces

Chandra Xaverius, Indonesia
Ethics of Responsibility of Emmanuel Levinas for Bioethics

Chavali Jessica, India
Opinion of Practising Surgeon on Challenges Faced in Taking Informed Consent for Surgical Procedures – A Qualitative Study

Farías-Trujillo Eduardo, Mexico
The Contemporary Casuistry in the Moral Deliberation of Bioethics

Fortwengel Gerhard, Germany
Re-visiting the Ethical Scenario for Clinical Research in African Countries

Gallagher Colleen, USA
Benefits and Challenges of a Bioethicist Proactively Rounding in an Oncologic Intensive Care Unit

Goel Digvijay, New Zealand
Dictatorships Reflect Societal Faultline?

Jaynes Tyler, USA
Barriers and Realities of Personalized Medicine: Using Nanotechnology for Supplemental Monitoring and Delivery

Katznelson Gali, Canada
The Semantics of Healthcare

Lo H.W. Angela, Taiwan (ROC)
Disaster and Bioethics for Human Services Workers

Lukow Pawel, Poland
Religious Pluralism: Consensus Building and Bioethical Regulation

Martins Lynette, USA
When a Doctor Becomes a Congestive Heart Failure Patient

Ralefala Dimpho, Botswana
South African National Health Act (No. 61 of 2003) vs. Emmanuel Framework for Ethical Research (2004): Implications for Children Research

Rozynska Joanna, Poland
Value Pluralism: Conscientious Objection in Medicine

Rudnick Abraham, Israel
On What Matters in Relation to Bioethics

Sakellaraki Kalomoira, Greece
Research and Human Dignity – Surrogacy and Interference in Human Genome

Semiz Sabina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bioethical Perspectives of Genetic Testing and Genetic Counseling in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tigard Daniel, Austria
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Beyond: The Widening Responsibility Gap

Weiss Yossi, Israel
Values – Essential Infrastructure in Organizations Ethical Code

Zawila-Niedzwiecki Jakub, Poland
Medical Pluralism: The Case of ‘Alternative Medicine’


BIOETHICS: HISTORY & FUTURE

Chelouche Tessa, Israel
“Better Late than Never”: The Connection between UNESCO and the Nuremberg Medical Trial

Ciesielska Maria, Poland
The Medical Review Auschwitz Project

Fox Matt, Israel
Debate: Medical Eponyms Honoring Nazi Physicians: Preserve or Change?

Galin Stacy, USA
Bioethics and the Holocaust: Reflecting on the Past to Protect the Future

Giorgi Ines, Italy
Psychic Transmission among Generations and War Traumas

Landau Erika, USA
The History and Ethics of Newborn Screening in the United States

Miller Susan, USA
Medical Experimentation During and After World War 2

Naud Ludmila, Brazil
Brazilian Ethical Research Guidelines for Participants with Ultraraphy Diseases Analysis

Siluyanova Irina, Russia
Bioethics in Historical Context

Solomon Abraham, USA
Old & New Medical Legal Issues: An American Perspective

Weinstein Andrew, USA
Baneful Medicine: Artistic Responses


BIOTECHNOLOGICAL PRODUCTS

Novossiolova Tatyana, Bulgaria
Not by Good Intentions Alone: Professional Responsibility in an Age of Dual-use Life Science Research

Pearlman Alexandra, UK
The Ethics of Experimentation: Biohacking and the Therapy-Enhancement Distinction

Pfeffer Billauer Barbara, Israel
The ‘Sperminators’ and the Reproductively Wronged: An Update on Sperm Bank Errors and Liability


CLINICAL TRIALS

Abellan-Aleman Angel Francisco, Spain
Clinical Trials on Medicinal Products for Human Use According to Regulation (UE) 2014/536: A Comment on Specific Issues

Asempah Eric, Canada
Flaws in Ethical Consideration in Clinical Trials in Developing Nations and the Problem of Access to Essential Medicine: A Health Equity Breakpoint

Langhi Stefania, Italy
An Active Involvement of Patients in Clinical Trials Using Patient Reported Outcomes

Struever Vanessa, Germany
The Reason Why Emerging Countries are Attractive Places for Clinical Research


CONFIDENTIALITY

Er Alara, Turkey
Does Social Media Usage Alter Perception of Privacy and Confidentiality Norms of Medical Ethics? A Study on Impact of Social Media Usage on Medical Students


CULTURAL PLURALISM

Chukwuneke Felix, Nigeria
Informed Consent in a Pluralist World: How Does Culture Influence Autonomy in Clinical Practice in Africa?

Jammal Abboud Romain, Israel
Professional Knowledge of Cultures: Professional Practice of Arab Social Workers Between Individualistic Orientation to Western Interventions in the Collectivist Society

Jones June, UK
Are Students Willing to Engage in Peer Physical Examination?

Mertens Mayli, Netherlands
Tackling Cultural Pluralism in Prognosis of Postanoxic Coma

Navrotskiy Boris, Russia
Human Enhancement Technologies in Ethnic Time

Nortje Nico, USA
Informing Global Bioethics: Exploring Values on Healthcare Related Decisions from Three Indigenous Cultures

Sedova Natalia, Russia
The Conflict of Natural Selection and “Technology Selection” on the Ethnic Level


DEATH AND DYING

Bard Terry, USA
End of Life Dilemmas

Davtyan Susanna, Armenia
Euthanasia and Medieval Armenian Thinkers

Dombe Doron Sophia, Israel
Variables Influencing the Medical Staff Reaction to the Death of an Infant in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Gabbay Ezra, USA
Brain Death Objections and the Balm of the Jewish Tradition at Life’s End: Can the Two Walk Together?

Handelman Mark, Canada
Accommodations for Religious Beliefs at End of Life

Heo Min, South Korea
Rethinking Death as a Value-dependent Concept

Mack Cheryl, Canada
A Conceptual Analysis of the Moment of Death: Normative Implications for Transplantation and Intensive Care Medicine

Mantegazza Raffaele, Italy
Tears in Heaven. Children’s Death in Western History: Grief, Rites, Representations of an Unspeakable Loss

Mwetu Lester, Kenya
Ethical Dilemma: Death Penalty through Camusian and Sartrean Lenses

Quitz Andrea, Germany
Dying and Death in East German Medical Ethics and the Communist Reality

Sahakyan Hayarpi, Armenia
Ethics and Politicization of Death

Zenelaj Miftar, Kosovo
Euthanasia and Psychiatrist’s Assistance – The Challenge of Ethical Principles


DISCRIMINATION

Dostalova Kristina, France
Obesity Makes Healthcare More Difficult

Ellington Jaylynn, USA
Conform Consent in Prison Populations


DRUGS

Cox Chelsea, Canada
Drug Dependency in Prison Populations: Building Harm-reduction Capacity

Yahalom Zohar, Israel
Access to Reimbursed Drugs in Case of Drug Shortages – The Regulator’s Dilemma


END OF LIFE

Alfaro-Ramos Leticia, Mexico
Decision Making at the End of Life in Respiratory Patients and Bioethics

Calmonson Sam, UK
Ethics of Antenatal Decisions about Resuscitation

Carlsson Jörg, Sweden
Safeguarding Patient Autonomy in the Context of Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation: Contemporary Usage of Do-not-attempt-to Resuscitate-orders in a Swedish Community Hospital

Di Somma Antonio, Italy
Communication of Hope and Desire for Completeness

Escudero-Acha Patricia, Spain
Preliminary Results of the ADENI-ICU Study: Multicentric Analysis of Non-ICU Admission Decisions as Withholding of Life Support Treatment and the End of Life

Gonzaga Ferreira Julia Messina, Brazil
Health Professionals: A View on Death and Dysthanasia

González-Castro Alejandro, Spain
Life-support Treatments at the End of Their Lives: Costs and Ethical Aspects. Point of View in an Intensive Care Unit Based on the Q Methodology

Hofmann Paul, USA
The Ethical Debate on Aid-in-Dying Legislation: An American Perspective

Kannai Ruth, Israel
End-of-Life Dilemmas as Represented in Popular Films

Karamatziani Elina, Greece
Euthanasia in the Light of the Kantian Ethical Tradition

Łaszewska-Hellriegel Martyna, Poland
The Cases of Alfie Evans and Charlie Brown. Who Should Decide When to End a Therapy?

Lopes Dantas Pae Edna, Brazil
Death and Dying of Homeless Population in Brazil

Lui Dominic, Hong Kong
Catholic Laities’ Attitude towards Principles concerning End-of-Life Care Decision in Hong Kong

Maffoni Marina, Italy
End-of-Life and Bioethical Issues Through Healthcare Professionals’ Experience: Seeking a Balance Between Emotional and Legal Challenges

Mammadaliyeva Dilara, Azerbaijan
Euthanasia and Bioethical Aspects

Pan Si, China
“Constructing Values”: A Grounded Theory for Nurses’ Experiences of Caring for Dying Patients

Pereira Dantas Filho Venâncio, Brazil
“Kalothanasia” in the Context of Clinical Bioethics and Palliative Care

Protopapadakis Evangelos, Greece
Active and Passive Euthanasia: A Morally Irrelevant Distinction

Rabinowich Aviad, Israel
Withholding Treatment from the Dying Patient: The Differences in Approach Between Physicians and Students

Romano Maria Rosaria, Italy
The Moral Condition of a Physician, in Front of the Critic Circumstances of the End of Life. the Mutating Scenario of the Relationship between the Medical Decisions and the Independent Determinations of the Patient, Bringing to Light the Debate on

Sperling Daniel, Israel
A Two-tier Situation: What Is Wrong with Assisted Suicide Tourism and Why It Does Not Help in Changing Existing Prohibition of Assisted Suicide in Countries of Origin?

Tortorello Bonfim Norberto, Brazil
Optimization of End of Life Religious/Spiritual Support to Hospitalized Patients

Yakov Gila, Israel
Between the Individual and the Family: The Family’s Place in Making Decisions at the End of Life


ENVIRONMENT’S PROTECTION

Nwaka Geoffrey, Nigeria
Using Indigenous Knowledge to Protect the Environment and to Respond to Climate Change in Africa


EQUALITY

Enwerem Chioma, Nigeria
Psychological Abuse of Women in Selected Nigerian Movies: Health Implications


ETHICAL EDUCATION: SKILLS & TECHNOLOGY

Danan Jane-Laure, France
Developing Ethical Competence among Health Students: Strategies Used by European Federation: Fine – EU

Fariña Juan Jorge Michel, Argentina
Black Mirror: An International Bioethical Syllabus Based on Popular TV Series

Hamiti Mentor, Macedonia
Ethical Dilemmas in the Use of Information Technology

Popova Sashka, Bulgaria
Innovative Methods and Tools for Better Team Organisation and People Management

Ram Izack, Israel
The Child’s Right to Physical Education as Reflected in UNESCO’s Various Charters!

Zidan Halah, Israel
Ethics and Emotional Intelligence as a Process of Student’s Empowerment in Educational Frameworks


ETHICS AND ENVIRONMENT

Koech Dorothy, Kenya
Indecorous Environment: Ethics of Emotions in Work Place

Martinez Ana Elisa, Mexico
Ethical Aspects of Exposure to Pesticides in Mexico

Stein Yael, Israel
Risk-based “Criticality Analysis” to Protect the Human Nervous System from Hazardous Environmental Exposures

Vesterman Liora, Israel
Development of a Model for the Advancement of Ethical Sensitivity and Ethical Discourse in Professional Practice


ETHICS AND IMMIGRATION

Botrugno Carlo, Italy
Bioethics, Healthcare and International Migrations: The Weight of the Difference

Collier Naomi, UK
Ought Contraception Provision in Expectation of Migrant Rape to Be Considered Ethical?

de Jesus Arroyo-Covarrubias Teresita, Mexico
Legal and Ethical Perspective of the Phenomena of Migration and Transmigration in Mexico

Eklöf Niina, Finland
Use of Interpreters in Health Care Research with Asylum Seekers

Perkins Deborah Kala, USA
Immigrant Family Separations: The US’s Current Dehumanisation of the Quest to Live

Pokrovskaya Elena, Russia
Migrants’ Self-realisation: Main Problems in Socio-Educational Context

Rheeder Riaan, South Africa
The Phenomenon of Brain Drain in South Africa. An Universal Bio-ethical Perspective


ETHICS COMMITTEES: CHALLENGES AND TASKS

Agarwal Swapnil Sudhirkumar, India
Accreditation of Ethics Committees – Pros & Cons

Calderon Pacifico Eric, Philippines
Enhancing a Linguistically Sensitive Informed Consent Process in Health-Related Research: Recommendations to Investigators and Ethics Review Committees in the Philippines

Gutkevich Elena, Russia
Socio-humanistic and Ethical Support of Biomedical Research in the Field of Mental Health: Theory, Practice and Prospects

Kaplan Ruth, Israel
Integration of Nurses as Permanent Members of Institutional Ethics Committees Following Parliamentary Amendment to the Patient’s Rights Law (Israel, 2014)

Opoku John Kwaku, Ghana
Ethics Committees and Consultancy: Towards a Genuine Need in Ghanaian Institutions


ETHICS COMMITTEES: DIFFERENT FORMS

Golan Ofra, Israel
The Unique Role of an Advisory Ethics Committee in a Healthcare Service Organization


ETHICS COMMITTEES: EVALUATIONS

De Alwis Sunil, Sri Lanka
Issues in Methodological Rigor and Ethics in Research Projects Submitted to Ministry of Health Sri Lanka for Salary Incentives

Kwek Adrian, Singapore
Vulnerability and Autonomy in Commercial Crowdsourced Data


ETHICS COMMITTEES: GENERAL

Cohen Dan, Netherlands
Do Patients with Schizophrenia Completely Lack Decisional Capability?

Coleman Carl, USA
Beyond Research with Human Participants: Rethinking the Regulating Triggers for Prospective Ethics Review

McCarty Catherine, USA
Ethics Concerns from the Bedside: Team Member Perspectives and Organizational Responses

Sidorova Tatyana, Russia
Bioethics Institutionalization of Humanitarian Expertise

Ullmann Yehuda, Israel
Ethics-Aesthetics


ETHICS COMMITTEES: PLATFORMS FOR DELIBERATIONS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

Barros Eduardo Cavalcante, Brazil
The Research Protocol after the CEP/CONEP System Approval: Exploring the Competences and Responsibilities’ Way of CEP/Unicamp

Pacia Danielle M., USA
Compulsory Indigenous Ethical Codes: A Moral Requisite


ETHICS COMMITTEES: PROCEDURES AND OPERATIONS

Knight Joy, Canada
Collaboration between Different Institutions in the University and Public Sectors in a Canadian Context


ETHICS EDUCATION: TOOLS AND METHODS

Alchorne Trivelin Maria Laura, Brazil
Bioethical Principles and Tools of the Quality: Reduction Measures of the Surgical Sites Infections

Avci Ercan, USA
A Normative Analysis to Determine the Goals of Ethics Education

Ganguly Barna, India
Current Scenario on Assessment of Teaching Professionalism and Bioethics

Grace Paz, Israel
Video-games as a Deductive Tool to Teach Ethics

Kuhumba Shijja Kevin, Tanzania
The Necessity of Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics in Forming Human Character in Education Process

Mahoney Dan, USA
Ethics Education: Methods and Resources

Mathew Mary, India
Developing a Technology Enabled Module in Bioethics for Health Care Professionals with an Indian Perspective

Nickerson Caroline, USA
“Ethics in Psychiatric Practice Curriculum”: The Universal Ethical Principles Regarding Serving Underserved Populations through Psychiatry

Northcutt Suzanne, USA
Resident Physicians Learn Ethics through Designing Simulation Scenarios

Shafrir Susan, Israel
Art as an Additional Tool in Teaching

Shakya Dhana Ratna, Nepal
Awareness, Knowledge and Attitude toward Bioethics among First Year Undergraduate Students of BPKIHS

Strazzacappa Marcia, Brazil
Meet (Medical Education Empowered by Theater), A Method for Teaching Ethics

Trigueiro Santos Adinolfi Valeria, Brazil
Scientific Literacy as a Tool for Ethical Decision-Making Process: The Role of Language


ETHICS EDUCATION: YOUTH AND CHILDREN

Bar Gosen Noah, Israel
Educational Ethics and Emotional Intelligence – In the Service of Homeroom Educators

Barooah Rituparna, India
An Understanding of Bioethics: Philosophy of Yoga

Izuagba Angela, Nigeria
Bridging the Gender Gap in the Universal Basic Education Programme in Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Development

Kaminsky Inbar, Israel
Bioethics for Adolescents: The Ethical Maze of Contemporary Young Adult Fiction

Panayiotou Andrie G., Cyprus
Teaching Bioethics in High School Students Using the First Youth Syllabus: A Case-Study


ETHICS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS

Carmi Udi, Israel
‘Cash Cows’ – the Moral Aspect

Guy Shlomit, Israel
Supervision and Freedom in Football Academies

Manoppo Peter Johannes, Indonesia
Ethical Tensions on Return-to-Play in Sports Injury

Martínez-Pérez Armando, Mexico
Ethical and Professional Aspects of Doping among Students of Bachelor Degree of Physical Culture and Sports of Centro Universitario de la Costa de la Universidad de Guadalajara

Stoffel Bertrand, Canada
Talking Doping: How Athletes Discuss Doping with Their Support Teams


ETHICS IN PUBLIC HEALTH

Carlotto Ivani Nadir, Portugal
Bioethics as a Paradigm for Health Promotion in Higher Education: A Cross-sectional Study

Citro Raffaella, Italy
Communicative Competence in Adolescents: Preliminary Study on a Sample of High School Students

Coeurnelle Didier, Belgium
A Moonshot Project for a Longer and Healthier Life. Ethical Questions.

De Oliveira Ana Maria, Brazil
The Program More Doctors for Brazil/PMMB from a Bioethics Perspective

Dostalova Katarina, Slovakia
Introduction of Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening in Slovakia Judiciously

Ganguly Parthasarathi, India
Ethical Principles and Framework of Public Health Ethics

Ouma Smith, Kenya
Ethics in Tobacco Control: The Continuing Need for Legal and Policy Interventions in Kenya

Piovano Carlos Francisco, Argentina
Health Inequity – A Tool of Political Denunciation

Puig Hernández Marc-Abraham, Spain
The Right to Conscientious Objection in the Exercise of the Ideological Freedom. The Sentence 145/2015 of the Spanish Constitutional Court

Vodenicharov Vlayko, Bulgaria
Risk Management in Medical Practice: Principles and Approaches in Ethics Assessment

Wang Deguo, China
Strengthening the Life Ethics Education of Medical Students from the Perspective of Healthy China


FORENSIC MEDICINE

Mammadov Vugar, Azerbaijan
Role of Forensic Medical Service in Development of Public Health System

Pickering Rachael, UK
Ethical Considerations about Performing Offender Healthcare Research within Low and Middle Income Countries

Ropmay A. Donna, India
Crime against Women: Role of Doctors

Rui António, Portugal
Should the Risk of Premature Death Be Calculated and Indemnized? How?


GENETICS: ETHICAL ASPECTS

Botbol Baum Mylene, Belgium
Why Should Bioethics Take Social Sciences Seriously on Genome Editing Issues?

Cummiskey David, USA
Regenerative Bioethics and the Mission of Medicine

Feeney Oliver, Ireland
Editing the Gene-Editing Debate: Re-assessing the Normative Discussions on Emerging Genetic Technologies

Home Joseph, UK
The Ethical and Legal Difficulties of Incidental Findings in Genetics

Katzenelson Edna, Israel
Transmission of Information Related to Family Genetic Diagnosis

Kepten Ilana, Israel
Lack of Ethical Preparedness for Multi-generational Clinical Research after Heritable Genomic Modification

Lipinsky Yoelit, USA
One and Yet, Many: Judaism, Genetics and the Potency of Pre-Natal Testing for Continuity of Religion

Marques Lima Matheus Vinícius, Brazil
Biohackers: The Optimization of Genome in DIY Culture

McGachie Michelle, UK
Consent in the Era of Genomic Medicine

Meoded Danon Limor, Israel
Preventive Treatment for Intersex/DSD Bodies

Milinkovic Igor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The UK Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Mitochondrial Donation) Regulations 2015: Ethical and Legal Controversies of Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques

Miron-Shatz Talya, Israel
On Wishes and Reality: Implications of IVF to NIPR

Oliva-Teles Natália, Portugal
Genetics, Globalisation and Cultural Differences

Papadopoulou Zoi, Greece
Prenatal Stress and Risk for Psychopathology

Rudkjøbing Andreas, Denmark
Why Personalized Medicine Creates Ethical Difficulties

Staunton Ciara, UK
Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) 2013: How POPI Ready are South African Biobanks?

Zok Agnieszka, Poland
Ethics of Transhuman Epoch


HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND COSTS

Castaño Stella Maris, Argentina
The Challenge to Maximize the Benefits in Health, Separating the Genuine Costs of the Service, from Those Who Are Not

Chalson Shalom, Singapore
Individual Responsibility in Universal Health Coverage

Färdow Joakim, Sweden
Priorities and Financial Responsibilities in Publicly Funded Healthcare Aiming at Visual Disturbances: Ethical Issues

Fenton Kathleen, USA
Ethics in Humanitarian Efforts: When Should Resources Be Allocated to Pediatric Heart Surgery?

Zaremski Miles, USA
Health Care as a Right – An Update to the United States Experience


HEALTHCARE: DIGNIFIED AND NON-DISCRIMINATORY

Gravelier Camille, France
Sociology to Improve Burned Patient Care

Novelli Enrique Mario, Argentina
Incidence of Poverty in Learning


HEALTHCARE: ETHICAL SUPERVISION

Toren Orly, Israel
Confidentiality of Personal Information in an Era of Big Data – The Rights of the Individual versus the Rights of Society


HEALTH CHALLENGES FACED BY CHILDREN AND WOMEN

Anugerah Agung, Indonesia
Disproportionate HIV-infection toward Housewives in Indonesia

Choi Yeani, South Korea
Prevalence of Adverse Birth Outcomes and Disparity of Unmarried Women in Korea

Ebeh John Igbogo, Nigeria
Poverty, Maternal Health and the Quest for Sustainable Development of Nigeria: A Critical Analysis

Smith Kristina, Canada
Relational Suffering: The Distribution of Anguish and Possibility for Redemption in Palliative Care

Vinarski Peretz Hedva, Israel
Caregivers’ Encumbrances and Hardships among Women: Key Policy Questions

Wu Weizi, China
The Mediating Role of Coping Style: Associations between Intimate Partner Violence and Suicide Risks among Chinese Wives of Men Who Have Sex with Men


HUMAN DIGNITY

Balasingam Usharani, Malaysia
Aged and Decision Making in Malaysia: The Legal Limitations

Krylatova Irina, Russia
Dignity of Embryo in Terms of Constitutional Perspective (Russian and International Legislation)

Musoke Mutyaba Emmanuel, Uganda
Human Dignity

Pardo-Lopez Maria Magnolia, Spain
The Right to Know One’s Own Genetic and Biological Origins

Robles-Martínez José, Mexico
Bioethics Dilemmas in Emergency Medicine: Between the Advance and the Surrogate Will of the Critical Patient

Wettlaufer Lenke, Germany
Human-Animal Composite Creature Research – Necessary Regulatory Reforms


HUMAN LIFE: SACRED LIFE, QUALITY OF LIFE

Alekhina Eugeniya, Russia
Morally Oriented Psychotherapy: Sacred of Life or Quality of Life?

Leng Evelyn, Malaysia
Happy, Peaceful and Freedom Life by Evelyn Leng Academy

Sánchez-Rodríguez Alejandro, Mexico
Actual Ethical-legal Perspective on Dignified Death in Mexico

Yang Min, China
How to Live with Adolescents with Depression: A Qualitative Study about Caregivers’ Experience


HUMAN RIGHTS

Albuquerque Aline, Brazil
Human Rights Violations of Patients at Risk of Suicide in Brazil

Balocchi Michela, Italy
The Medicalisation of Intersex/DSD Variations in Italy

Dima Aikaterini, Greece
Attacks on Medical Education – A Report by the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations

Doron Israel, Israel
Courts and Persons with Dementia: An Israeli Perspective

Fanaj Naim, Kosovo
Perceptions of Mental Health Workers for Human Rights of Mentally Ill Persons in Kosovo

Gonzales Fernandez Maria Antonieta, Peru
Reproductive Justice: When the Abortion is Not an Option

Gunderson Martin, USA
The Human Right to Health and the Role of Minimum Core Obligations

Katz Peled Tamar, Israel
Childbirth, Biotechnology and Constant Juggling between Contradictions and Rights

Li Xianhong, China
Research on Right Protection for Spouses of Homosexual Men in China

Ramos Eduardo, Argentina
Vaccines, Myths and Realities

Roksandić Vidlička Sunčana, Croatia
Health Education as an Imperative for Health Conscious Behaviour in Modern Societies

Sawaguchi Toshiko, Japan
Conceptional Application of Right of Likeness & Publicity for Legal Protection of Genom Structure and DNA Editing Technique


INFORMED CONSENT

Ashkenazi Itamar, Israel
Readability Standards of Informed Consent Forms in Clinical Studies Authorized By Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) In Israel

Avitzour David, Israel
Clinical Nudging and Informed Consent – an Empirical Approach

Carr Claudia, UK
The Hidden Paternalism in ‘Montgomery’, a Patient Centred Test for Information Disclosure in Informed Consent for Medical Treatment

Grant Samuel, UK
Surgeons’ Beliefs regarding Intra-operative Participation of Trainees and its Explanation When Gaining Informed Consent in a Paediatric Setting: A Qualitative Study

Honnef Nicky, Netherlands
Informed Consent: Perspective of Patients Eligible for Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation Trials and Their Health-care Professionals: An Explorative Study

Kaur Simarjeet, India
Awareness Regarding Informed Consent of Assisted Reproductive Techniques among Nurse of Selected Private Fertility Clinics – A Pilot Study

Masiye Francis, South Africa
Ethical Challenges in Obtaining Informed Consent in Genetic and Genomic Studies in South Africa

Mehoudar Ofra, Israel
The Relation of Informed Consent to Health Literacy Level: Patient Autonomy, Challenges and Solutions

Ong Seh Hong, Singapore
In the Soup, Coffee or Tea?

Septriana Rosady Dony, Indonesia
The Application of Informed Consent in Indonesia in the Legal and Ethics Review

Sikateyo Bornwell, Zambia
Understanding Participants’ Consent in an Entero-Toxigenic Vaccines Trial in Misisi Township in Lusaka, Zambia

Skilton Gemma, UK
To What Extent Should Discussions regarding ICD Deactivation Be Part of the Pre-implantation Informed Consent Process?

Snellen Martien, Australia
The Process of Obtaining Informed Consent When Prescribing Psychotropics During Pregnancy

Spurr Hayley, Canada
Surgical Trainees’ Beliefs Regarding Their Intra-operative Participation and its Explanation during the Informed Consent Process in a Paediatric Setting: A Qualitative Study

Toader Elena, Romania
Autonomy in Informed Consent: From Patient’s Cultural Background to Ethical Standards in Decision-making

Vettorello Milena, Italy
The Crucial Choices: Use of a Video for The Decision-making Process

Villafranca Alexander, Canada
Examining the Relationship between Authenticity in Patient Choices and Informed Consent


JEWISH LAW AND MEDICINE

Westreich Melech, Israel
Sucking the Circumcision Blood (Metzitza): Jewish Law and Modern Medicine in the Last Two Centuries


JUSTICE

Aloni-Sadovnik Roni, Israel
A Call for Compensatory Damages for Loss of Ability to Have or Enjoy Sex in Civil Court Cases Against Sexual Offenders

Angelov Teodor, Bulgaria
The Justice – A Natural Law of Nature

D’Souza Jeff, Canada
Changing How We Help: A Two-pronged Approach

Forni Lorena, Italy
What is the Preferable Idea of Justice in Healthcare?

Kiosi Evaggelia, Greece
The Ethical and Legal Dimensions Concerning the Application of Death Penalty: The European Value Framework

Lederman Shmuel, Israel
A Call from Justice to Support the People in Gaza

Strozenberg Flora, Brazil
Bioethics between Science and Religion: Contemporary Contradictions in Brazil


MEDICAL ERRORS

León-López Ana Elizabeth, Mexico
Strategies from Bioethics Perspective to Develop Skills on Medical Student That Allow Reduction in Incidence of Medical Errors


MEDICAL ETHICS

Batt Martine, France
Case of Professional Ethics: The Predictive Medicine Consultation for the Test of Huntington’s Disease

Buturovic-Ponikvar Jadranka, Slovenia
Organ Donation: A Hidden Factor in Support for Euthanasia

Campbell Eleanor, UK
Bendy Bioethics or Medical Malpractice? A Severe Burns Case from the Philippines

Castillo-Peña Omar, Mexico
Bioethics’ Profile of Medical Internship of the Centro Universitario de la Costa in Medical Practice

Collins Kenneth, Israel
Resilience as a Performance and Ethical Value in Clinical Practice: A Study in Family Medicine

Coman Jonathan, Australia
Revealing the Skeletons in Your Closet: a Survey of Australian Hospital Doctors on the Use of Human Bones in Medical Education

Dadura Emilia, Poland
Touching and Being Touched – Carnality in Physiotherapists’ Education

Dennis Brian, New Zealand
Risk and the Rabone Case: Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t!

Giardini Anna, Italy
Positive and Negative Aspects in Every Day Working Life in Health Care Professionals Dealing with Bioethical Issues

Karni Tami, Israel
The Ethics of Diagnosing a Stranger

Lozano-Torres Kasandra, Mexico
Bioethical Principles Applied to Medical Acts, and the Impact on Medical Interns of CUCosta

Midolo Emanuela, Italy
How the Patient Engagement Can Save Physician-patient Relationship: The Case of ALS

Moreira Fonseca Nuno, Portugal
A Financial Evaluation of the General Practice Residents-industry Relations: Support or Dependency?

Otokunefor Ochuko, Nigeria
Medical Ethics and Role-modeling among Lecturers/Consultants in the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Paris John, USA
Lessons from the Charlie Gard Case

Ratajska Anna, Poland
Physiotherapist’s Ethics. Touch, Carnality, Intimacy

Reches Adi, Israel
NIPS Current Situation in Israel

Shani Segev, Israel
Ethical Aspects of Reimbursement Decisions in Israel

Singh Shipra, India
Violence towards Medical Professionals in India: A Growing Concern and Its Aftermath

Theodor Ithamar, Israel
The Possible Contribution of Asian Thought to Medical Ethics

Waitzman Rotem, Israel
The Variance of Medical Ethics as a Result of Cultural Differences

Wójcik Agnieszka, Poland
Ethical Values in Physiotherapy – Real Guidelines or Merely Idealistic Assumptions?


MEDICAL ETHICS AND LAW: PATENTS

Levin Natali, Poland / Israel
Duty of Care in Medical Malpractice

Myszczuk Ana, Brazil
Biopatents and Economic Benefits Distribution: Biojuridic Perspectives for Public Health Policies in Brazil


MEDICAL ETHICS IN TIMES OF CRISIS

Brown Hannah, USA
An Ethical Argument in Favor of Intervention in the Health System of Counties in Humanitarian Crises: Adolescent Syrian Refugees Living in Jordan as a Case Study

Castagna Laura Maria, Italy
Right to Care in Italy to the Child Who Doesn’t Speak

Eagan Sheena, USA
Propaganda Medicine: The Ethical Quandaries of Cultivating Health Diplomacy during the Vietnam War

Minkin Levy Daniel, Israel
The Effect of Clinical Exposure on Medical Students Positions Regarding Resource Allocation in Times of Crisis

Schimmel Michael, Israel
The Delivery of Bad News: A One or Two Steps Approach? The Case for Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome)

Wacht Oren, Israel
Treating Terrorists on Scene. My Personal Experience as a Paramedic


MEDICAL ETHICS: GLOBALIZATION

Ekmekci Perihan Elif, Turkey
Ethics in HTA: A Continual Problem That Requires Global Attention

Fizzotti Gabriella, Italy
Rehabilitation and Social Inclusion of Foreign Patients with Spinal Cord Injury

Lasker Judith, USA
Achieving Greater Ethical and Quality Standards in Global Health Volunteer Organizations; Current Challenges

Roldan Gomez Isabel, Spain
Postsecular Bioethics


MEDICAL ETHICS: MANAGEMENT

Donika Alena, Russia
Bioethics of Management in Medicine

Hantel Andrew, USA
Tragic Choices in Medication Rationing: A National Survey of Health System Pharmacists on Drug Shortages

Lewison Martin, USA
When Law Enforcement Interferes with Patients’ Rights and Health Care Professionals’ Agency: A Strategic Management Approach


MEDICAL ETHICS: SURGERY

Horowicz Edmund, UK
Transgender Minors and the Surgical Taboo: Is Age Restriction Justified?

Sawicki Sarah K., USA
Radical Body Modification and Autonomy: An Ethical Analysis of Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID) and Clinical Practice


MEDICAL ETHICS: THE DIGITAL ERA

Akampurira Andrew, Uganda
Emerging Technologies in Healthcare: A Challenge to Developing Countries

Doskocil Ondrej, Czech Republic
Surrogate Motherhood on Waves of the Internet

Meschesi Viviana, Italy
Expanding Knowledge on Internet’s Behaviours: A Focus on Cyberbullying in Italian High School

Raut Nitin, India
Use of Mobile Sensing Applications in Mental Health Research: Ethical Challenges and Concerns

Shai Ruty, Israel
Pediatric Research and Medical Care Ethical Considerations in the New Genomic Era


MEDICAL LAW

Abbasova Adila, Azerbaijan
Legal Aspects of State Support to the People Affected by Multiple Sclerosis

Borow Malke, Israel
The Legalities of Diagnosing a Stranger

Cohen Barbara, USA
Dead is Dead…Until it is Not: The Case of Jahi McMath

Cuadros Aguilera Pol, Spain
The Civic Duty to Donate Blood

Finnerty Aoife, Ireland
Pregnancy and Irish Law; Anomalies, Uncertainty and Causes for Concern

Goold Imogen, UK
Parental Rights, Best Interests and Significant Harms: Medical Decision-making on Behalf of Children Post-Great Ormond Street Hospital v Yates [2017]

Harduf Asaf, Israel
Criminalization of Sexual Interactions in the Medical Arena

Marinaccio-Joseph Paul, UK
Chaperoning, Protecting Patients in Healthcare, Who Is Fooling Who?

Tanner Adam, UK
The Status of the Court in Withdrawing Life Sustaining Treatment from Those Who Lack Capacity

Van Zeebroeck Shanthi, Belgium
Kill First, Ask Questions Later: The Rule of Law and the Belgian Euthanasia Act of 2002


MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE

Adegbite Folashade, Nigeria
A Proposal for International Legal Framework to Regulate Medical Negligence

Coudane Henry, France
The “No Go” – A New Risk in the Management of Patients in Orthopedic Surgery: Ethics Analysis

Moscoso Karla, Chile
Risk of Malpractice According to Medical Specialty in Chile. Years 2002-2016

Pundik Amit, Israel
The Privilege over the Findings and Protocols of Internal Committees

Wojturska Weronika, Poland
“Contribution of the Aggrieved Party and Improperly Performed Medical Practice in Polish and American Medical Law – Administrative and Civil Liability”


MEDICAL RESEARCH

Omoruyi Godstime, Nigeria
The Need for a Pragmatic Approach Towards the Insight of Decalcifying, as a Remedy for the Sickle Cell Disease

Piasecki Jan, Poland
Research and Practice: To Seregae or to Integrate

Rene Alice, France
Insight on Research Ethics: What Are the REAL Issues (Research, Ethics, Applications and Law)?

Siniora Dina, USA
Research Integrity Challenges in Developing Countries

Van Niekerk Anton, South Africa
Decolonisation of Medical Research: A Legitimate Ideal?


MENTAL DISORDERS

Baird Donna, Belgium
Qualitative Study on Health Providers Perceptions toward Psychiatric Palliative Care for Patients with Serious Mental Illness

Donato Giuseppe, Italy
Mental Illness and Paradoxical Bioethics at the Time of Totalitarianisms

Lorenzo Ma. Concepcion, Philippines
Counselling Individuals with High Functioning Depression in a Stressful Work Environment

Prokopiou Andreas, Cyprus
Ethical Issues in Patients with Dementia

Tripcevich Piovano Gladis Mabel, Argentina
Absence of Ethical Dilemma in Patients .Clinical and Technical Consequences in Psychoanalysis


NEURO-ETHICS

Badugu Patrick Esther, Nigeria
The Ethics of Neuromodulatory Technique in Depression Therapy

Braude Hillel, Israel
Ethical Issues in Early Intervention of Infants with the Prodrome of Autism

Garasic Mirko, Italy
Informed Consent: New Challenges and Some Answers

Pasetti Carlo, Italy
Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease in Advanced Stage

Rakic Vojin, Serbia
The Goodness of Goodness

Rogers Julie, USA
Cognitive Enhancement Defined as a Function of Identity


NURSING, LAW AND ETHICS

Edelshtein Yael, Israel
Nursing Ethics Code – A Declarative Moral Compass or Moral Practical Guidance?

Fernandes Philomena, India
Effect of Cerviprime Gel and Vaginal Misoprostal on Labour Progress among the Primigravida Mothers

Koren Ella, Israel
Nurses Role in Cases of Disagreement between the Patient and the Family

Kuniavsky Michael, Israel
Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Nursing

Lima Fontenele Alessandra, Brazil
Legal Abortion: Opinion and Knowledge of Nursing Academics of a Brazilian University

Nissim Sara, Israel
Raising an Ethical Question: Separate, Professional Educational Program, for Minority Nurses: Integration or Segregation?

Ren Anji, China
Developing the Liability Insurance for Nurses in China

Rubinstein Dorit, Israel
Conflict of Values and Bioethics Principles in Decision Making of Physical Restraints for Elderly Patients

Tang Siyuan, China
Analysis and Suggestions on the Internet-based Nurses’ Multi-site Practice Based on Model in China


ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION

Berman Robert, Israel
The Ethics of Paying for Organs

Cherlow Yuval, Israel
Addressing Kidney Donation

Jashari Ramadan, Belgium
Some Ethical Considerations in Organ, Tissue and Cell Donation

Marinelli Enrico, Italy
Hazards and Issues Arising from Uterus Transplant and Following Pregnancies

Matas David, Canada
Ethics and Cross Border Transplant Abuse

Mikhel Dmitry, Russia
Formation of the National System of Organ Donation in Russia: Upcoming Tasks

Montanari Vergallo Gianluca, Italy
Uterus Transplant: Informed Consent and its Peculiarities

Popova Olga, Russia
Relativism and Validity of the Problem of Brain Death and Socio-cultural Aspects of Organ Donation

Primc Nadia, Germany
The Allocation of Cadaveric Donor Organs: Should the Patients’ Right to Life Be Supplemented By a Duty to Health?

Uakkas Saad, Morocco
Organ Donation Education in the Medical Curriculum in Different Universities of the World

Zaami Simona, Italy
Uterus Transplants: Hazards, Benefits, Unique Characteristics and Complications

Zibar Lada, Croatia
Uniqueness of Croatian Ethical Concerns in Organ Transplantation


PATIENTS’ RIGHTS

Bélisle-Pipon Jean-Christophe, USA
Is Bioethics Missing the “Patient Engagement in Research” Boat?

Forman Howard, USA
Cases of Refusal and Incapacitation of Surrogate Decision Makers

Gashi Lulkuqe, Kosovo
Rights Of Psychiatric Patients and Ombudsperson Efforts in Kosovo

Kayser Philip, USA
Nonindicated Care – According to Whom?

Nagahama Toshiko, Japan
Disassociation in Personality after Microinsemination

Shi Limin, China
On the Inform Object of the Patient’s Right of Informed Consent

Szabat Marta, Poland
The Right to Information in the Context of Responsibility in Palliative Care

Zinner Susan, USA
Bioethics and the United Nations: Why the U.S. Should Ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child


PREGNANCY: TERMINATION

Gagin Roni, Israel
When You Say “They Are Going to Kill Me” – What Do You Mean

Verghese Roopa, India
Is Perinatal Palliative Care an Option for Termination of Pregnancy in the Case of Incompatible to Live Fetus??

Vishwanath Usha, India
Ethical Complex Decision Making at the Extreme of Viability


PSYCHIATRY, LAW AND ETHICS

Balasubramanian Sriram, India
Implication of Logos Driven Psychosis and its Implicit Relevance to Existentialism

Berent Iris, Israel
Psychological and Ethical Issues in Custody Disputes in Early Childhood in Divorce Cases with High Conflict Parents

Farroni Jeffrey, USA
Surgical Intervention for Self-mutilation: Can a Severe and Persistent Mental Illness Be Terminal?

Kantor David, Canada
Community Treatment Orders – An End to the Controversy

O’Connor Cliodhna, Ireland
Diagnostic Shifts in Youth Mental Health Settings: A Nexus of Epidemiology, Ethics and Emotions

Pishchikova Liubov, Russia
Ethical Issues in Relation to Older People in Health Care

Raveesh Bevinahalli N., India
Overvaluing Autonomous Decision-making

Thornton Joseph E., USA
Ethics of Psychiatric Assessment to Possess Firearms in the USA


PSYCHOLOGY, LAW AND ETHICS

Bascunan Luz, Chile
Ethical Dimensions in Psychotherapy: Therapists and Patients Perspectives

Baziqov Mahammad, Azerbaijan
Necessity of Peparation of Law about Psychological Aid

Gottlieb Daniel, Israel
Conflicts in Confidentiality: Ethical Dilemmas in Family and Marital Therapy

Lev Ari Michal, Israel
Boundaries in Life and in Mental Health Therapy

Taborda Ruth Alejandra, Argentina
Multi-traumatized Mothers with Children in the Girona-Catalonia Child Protection System

Zaki Moshe, Israel
The State of Psychological Service Delivery to the Court in Israel


REPRODUCTION

Baddarni Kassim, Israel
Reproductive Ethics in Islam

Barlevy Dorit, Switzerland
Posthumous Planning for Cryopreserved Biological Materials of Adolescent Cancer Patients

Effa Ateba Victor Joseph Steve, Cameroon
Ethical Discrepancy Between Generation and Reproductive Technology

Golan Orit, Israel
Who Deserves to Be a Parent? Ethical Aspect of the Right to Parenthood Assisted by Fertility Technologies

Hashiloni-Dolev Yael, Israel
The Dilemmas of Advanced Genomic Testing

Jafri Sarah, Ireland
Ethical and Legal Implications of Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy

Kasule Mary, Botswana
Advancing Responsible Research with Pregnant Women in Botswana: Respecting Bioethics Principles, Human Rights and Culture

McGee Kelly, USA
The ‘New Jane Crow’: Fetal Protection Laws and the Criminalization of Pregnancy Outcomes

Nasir Harisan, Singapore
Who is Responsible for the Accidental Creation of a Child?

Perez-Gomez Javiera, USA
The Expressivist Objection to the Use of Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis: A New Defense

Ravitsky Vardit, Canada
Cross-border Medically Assisted Reproduction and the Right to Know One’s Genetic Origins

Simana Shelly, USA / Israel
Creating Life after Death: Should Posthumous Reproduction Be Legally Permissible without the Deceased’s Prior Consent?

Vaz Mouyal Alegria, UK
Jewish Perspectives to Fertility Treatments


SOLIDARITY

Berger Fred, Austria
Intergenerational Solidarity from Adolescence to Adulthood: Research Findings and Ethical Considerations

Ogunrin Olubunmi, Nigeria
Relative Solidarity: Conceptualising Communal Participation in Genomic Research among Potential Research Participants in a Developing Sub-Saharan African Setting

Reingold Rebecca, USA
A Cross-country Comparison: Trends in the Regulation of Surrogacy at the National Level

Schiller Ilan, Israel
Bridge over the Border – Medical Care for Injured Syrian Children


STEM CELL RESEARCH

Rop Naaman Kipsigei, Kenya
Religio-Ethical Dilemma at the Margins of Life: A Case of Stem Cell Research and Therapy


SURROGACY

Konecna Hana, Czech Republic
Surrogate Motherhood in the Czech Republic: Current Status

Wilson Debra, New Zealand
The Use of Surrogacy Contracts and Commercial Agreements: Comparing Law, Practice and Public Perceptions

Zoabi Jehan, Israel
Different Aspects of Surrogacy