Conference program

Program

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Jul 24

8:00
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18:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 24

8:00
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18:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 24

8:30
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10:00
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SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

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Annabel Seebohm

Secretary General of COCIR | Brussels

Jul 24

8:30
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10:00
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SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

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Annabel Seebohm

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Secretary General of COCIR

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Chair

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Chair

Jul 24

8:30
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8:55
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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

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José Manuel Barroso

Former President of the European Commission | Portugal

Jul 24

8:30
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8:55
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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

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Jul 24

8:55
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9:20
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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

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Rui Nunes

Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal

Jul 24

8:55
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9:20
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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

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Jul 24

9:20
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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

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Jul 24

9:20
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10:00
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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

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Jul 24

10:00
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10:30
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

10:00
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10:30
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

10:30
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12:00
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OPENING CEREMONY

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Jul 24

10:30
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12:00
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OPENING CEREMONY

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Jul 24

12:00
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Rui Nunes

Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal

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Lujain AlQodmani

President of the World Medical Association | Kuwait

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Otmar Kloiber

Secretary General of the World Medical Association | Germany

Jul 24

12:00
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Jul 24

13:00
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14:00
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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

13:00
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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

14:00
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15:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 24

14:00
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15:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

Jul 24

15:30
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16:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

15:30
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16:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

16:00
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17:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 24

16:00
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17:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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In Hall A and Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that all slides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

In Hall A and Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that all slides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

Jul 24

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Gala Dinner

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Jul 24

18:00
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Gala Dinner

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

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Jul 25

8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 25

8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 25

8:30
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Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

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Nita Farahany

Duke University | USA

Jul 25

8:30
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Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

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Nita Farahany

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Jul 25

8:30
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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

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Moty Benyakar

Universidad del Salvador | Argentina

Jul 25

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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

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Moty Benyakar

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Head of the Ibero-American Division ICB

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Jul 25

8:55
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9:20
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Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

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Angus Clarke

University of Cardiff | UK

Jul 25

8:55
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Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

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Angus Clarke

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Jul 25

9:20
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New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

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Miguel Jorge

Federal University of São Paulo | Brazil

Jul 25

9:20
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New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

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Miguel Jorge

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Jul 25

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The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

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Mark Taylor

University of Melbourne | Australia

Jul 25

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The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

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Mark Taylor

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Jul 25

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

10:30
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Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

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Sonia Suter

George Washington University | USA

Jul 25

10:30
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Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

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Sonia Suter

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Jul 25

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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

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Domenico Palombo

University of Genoa | Italy

Jul 25

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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

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Domenico Palombo

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Chair

Jul 25

10:50
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Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

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Edward Dove

Edinburgh Law School l University of Edinburgh | UK

Jul 25

10:50
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Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

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Edward Dove

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Jul 25

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The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

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Shahid Shamim

Aga Khan University | Pakistan

Jul 25

11:10
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The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

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Shahid Shamim

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Jul 25

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Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

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Eliete Bouskela

President of the National Academy of Medicine of Brazil

Jul 25

11:30
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Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

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Eliete Bouskela

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Jul 25

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UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

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Mónica Correia

Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal

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Patrizia Borsellino

University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy

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Rui Nunes

Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal

Jul 25

11:50
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UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

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Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

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Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

Jul 25

13:00
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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

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Jul 25

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 Venue: Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), with live music performance

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 Venue: Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), with live music performance

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Jul 26

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SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

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Russell Franco D'Souza

University of Melbourne | Australia

Jul 26

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SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

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The New Age of Palliative Care

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Christophe Ostgathe

University Hospital Erlangen | Germany

Jul 26

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The New Age of Palliative Care

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Christophe Ostgathe

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Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

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Thalia Arawi

American University of Beirut Medical Center | Lebanon

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Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

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Thalia Arawi

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Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

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Daniela Keidar

International Chair in Bioethics | Israel

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Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

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Bioethics Education in India

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Mary Mathew

Mary Mathew

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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Lujain AlQodmani

President of the World Medical Association | Kuwait

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Otmar Kloiber

Secretary General of the World Medical Association | Germany

Jul 26

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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

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Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

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7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

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Delivery of Honorary Awards

Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

Delivery of Honorary Awards

Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

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SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

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Secretary General of COCIR

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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

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Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

Jul 24

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7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

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Jul 25

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REGISTRATION

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Jul 25

8:30
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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

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Moty Benyakar

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Head of the Ibero-American Division ICB

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Chair

Jul 25

8:30
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8:55
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Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

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Nita Farahany

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Jul 25

8:55
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Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

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Angus Clarke

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Jul 25

9:20
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New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

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Miguel Jorge

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Jul 25

9:40
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The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

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Mark Taylor

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Jul 25

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

10:30
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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

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Domenico Palombo

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Jul 25

10:30
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Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

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Sonia Suter

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Jul 25

10:50
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Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

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Edward Dove

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Jul 25

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The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

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Shahid Shamim

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Jul 25

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Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

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Eliete Bouskela

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Jul 25

11:50
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UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

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Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

Jul 25

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Jul 25

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

Jul 25

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

Jul 25

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 25

19:30
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CONFERENCE DINNER

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 Venue: Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), with live music performance

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Jul 26

8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 26

8:30
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SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

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Russell Franco D'Souza

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Jul 26

8:30
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8:55
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The New Age of Palliative Care

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Christophe Ostgathe

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Jul 26

8:55
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Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

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Thalia Arawi

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Jul 26

9:20
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Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

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Daniela Keidar

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Jul 26

9:40
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Bioethics Education in India

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Mary Mathew

Jul 26

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

10:30
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

Jul 26

13:00
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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

Jul 26

15:30
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 26

17:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 26

18:00
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CLOSING DINNER

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

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Jul 26

18:30
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CLOSING CEREMONY SESSION

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Delivery of Honorary Awards

Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

Jul 24

8:00
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REGISTRATION

Jul 24

8:30
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Annabel Seebohm

Secretary General of COCIR

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Chair

SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

Jul 24

8:30
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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

Jul 24

8:55
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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

Jul 24

9:20
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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

Jul 24

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

Jul 24

10:30
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OPENING CEREMONY

Jul 24

12:00
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

Jul 24

13:00
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Jul 24

14:00
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Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 24

15:30
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Jul 24

16:00
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Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 24

18:00
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7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

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Gala Dinner

Jul 25

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Jul 25

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Moty Benyakar

Head of the Ibero-American Division ICB

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Chair

SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

Jul 25

8:30
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Nita Farahany

Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

Jul 25

8:55
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Angus Clarke

Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

Jul 25

9:20
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Miguel Jorge

New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

Jul 25

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Mark Taylor

The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

Jul 25

10:00
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Jul 25

10:30
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Domenico Palombo

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Chair

SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

Jul 25

10:30
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Sonia Suter

Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

Jul 25

10:50
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Edward Dove

Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

Jul 25

11:10
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Shahid Shamim

The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

Jul 25

11:30
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Eliete Bouskela

Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

Jul 25

11:50
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Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

Jul 25

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Jul 25

14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 25

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Jul 25

16:00
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Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 25

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 25

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 Venue: Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), with live music performance

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CONFERENCE DINNER

Jul 26

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REGISTRATION

Jul 26

8:30
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Russell Franco D'Souza

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Chair

SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

Jul 26

8:30
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Christophe Ostgathe

The New Age of Palliative Care

Jul 26

8:55
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Thalia Arawi

Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

Jul 26

9:20
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Daniela Keidar

Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

Jul 26

9:40
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Mary Mathew

Bioethics Education in India

Jul 26

10:00
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Jul 26

10:30
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Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

Jul 26

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Jul 26

14:00
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Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 26

15:30
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Jul 26

16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 26

17:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

Jul 26

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7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

Venue to be announced, registration required.

CLOSING DINNER

Jul 26

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Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

CLOSING CEREMONY SESSION

Jul 24

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REGISTRATION

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Jul 24

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SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

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Secretary General of COCIR

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Jul 24

8:30
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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

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Jul 24

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OPENING CEREMONY

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Jul 24

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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Jul 24

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

Jul 24

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Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

Jul 24

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7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

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Jul 25

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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

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Head of the Ibero-American Division ICB

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Chair

Jul 25

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Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

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Jul 25

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Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

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Angus Clarke

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New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

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Miguel Jorge

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Jul 25

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The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

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Mark Taylor

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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

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Domenico Palombo

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Chair

Jul 25

10:30
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Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

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Sonia Suter

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Jul 25

10:50
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Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

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Edward Dove

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The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

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Shahid Shamim

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Jul 25

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Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

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UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

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Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

Jul 25

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

Jul 25

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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16:00
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Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

Jul 25

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Jul 25

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CONFERENCE DINNER

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 Venue: Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), with live music performance

(registration required)

Jul 26

8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 26

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SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

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Chair

Jul 26

8:30
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The New Age of Palliative Care

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Christophe Ostgathe

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Jul 26

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Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

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Thalia Arawi

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Jul 26

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Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

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Daniela Keidar

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Jul 26

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Bioethics Education in India

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Mary Mathew

Jul 26

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

10:30
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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 (this Session will be transmitted live)

Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

Jul 26

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

Jul 26

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 26

17:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 26

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CLOSING DINNER

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

Venue to be announced, registration required.

Jul 26

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CLOSING CEREMONY SESSION

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Delivery of Honorary Awards

Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

Jul 24

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REGISTRATION

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Jul 24

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SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

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Chair

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Annabel Seebohm

Secretary General of COCIR

Jul 24

8:30
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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

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Jul 24

9:20
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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

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Speaker to be announced

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

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OPENING CEREMONY

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Jul 24

12:00
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

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15:30
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall A and Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that all slides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

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Gala Dinner

6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

Venue to be announced, registration required.

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8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 25

8:30
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8:55
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Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

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Nita Farahany

Jul 25

8:30
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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

(this Sessions will be transmitted live)

Chair

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Head of the Ibero-American Division ICB

Jul 25

8:55
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Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

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Angus Clarke

Jul 25

9:20
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New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

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Miguel Jorge

Jul 25

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The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

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Mark Taylor

Jul 25

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

10:30
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Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

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Sonia Suter

Jul 25

10:30
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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

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Chair

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Domenico Palombo

Jul 25

10:50
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Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

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Edward Dove

Jul 25

11:10
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The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

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Shahid Shamim

Jul 25

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Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

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Eliete Bouskela

Jul 25

11:50
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UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

(this Sessions will be transmitted live)

Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

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Jul 25

19:30
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CONFERENCE DINNER

 Venue: Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), with live music performance

(registration required)

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Jul 26

8:00
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18:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 26

8:30
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SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

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Chair

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Russell Franco D'Souza

Jul 26

8:30
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8:55
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The New Age of Palliative Care

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Christophe Ostgathe

Jul 26

8:55
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Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

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Thalia Arawi

Jul 26

9:20
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Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

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Daniela Keidar

Jul 26

9:40
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Bioethics Education in India

Mary Mathew

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Jul 26

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

10:30
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

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Jul 26

14:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 26

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CLOSING DINNER

6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

Venue to be announced, registration required.

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CLOSING CEREMONY SESSION

Delivery of Honorary Awards

Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

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Jul 24

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REGISTRATION

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Jul 24

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SESSION “HEALTH AND GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS”

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Annabel Seebohm

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Secretary General of COCIR

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Chair

Jul 24

8:30
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Vaccination as a Global Public Good

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Jul 24

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Artificial Intelligence as the 18th Sustainable Development Goal

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Jul 24

9:20
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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SESSION

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Jul 24

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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10:30
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OPENING CEREMONY

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Jul 24

12:00
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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Jul 24

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 24

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Hall A - Medical /Healthcare Ethics I 

009 - Medical ethics in liquid society

João Carlos D Elia, Brazil

016 – Analysis of emergency guardianship for the supply of medicines not recommended by Conitec in ultra rare diseases: Case report of the supply of Iatibant for the treatment of hereditary angioedem

Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Henderson Furst, Luís Felipe Coelho, Brazil

036 - Beauty plastic surgeries and extent of aesthetic damage: error or dissatisfaction? 

Mariana de Arco e Flexa Nogueira, Lígia Passarelli Chianfroni, Brazil

048 - Technical considerations of medical listening: a proposal for an extended concept of the ethical standards involved in differential diagnosis

Alexandre Simões Barbosa, Brazil

068 - Medical Gaslighting: analysis of conceptions, contexts and strategies for comprehension and transformation

Jaqueline Luvisotto Marinho, Brazil

HALL B - Informed Consent

025 - Informed consent: true or myth as a mean of proof

Ana Maria Tabet de Almeida, Brazil

180 - Informed Enlightened Consent in double J catheter users after ureteral stone removal surgery

Bruno Vilalva Mestrinho, Vitória Marra da Motta Vilalva Mestrinho, Renata Verna Leal de Oliveira, Rui Nunes, Guilhermina Rego, Rosylane Nascimento das Mercês Rocha, Brazil / Portugal

042 - Australian patient organisations views on informed consent in stem cell research

Edilene Lopes McInnes, Dan Santos, Mengqi (Chi-Chi) Hu, Rebekah Harms, Joan Leach, Christine Wells, Dianne Nicol, Rachel Ankeny, Australia

234 - Informed Consent

Ester Alfie, Argentina

HALL C - Palliative Care Ethics 

014 -Normative devices for palliative care in Brazilian University Hospitals 

Klinger Ricardo Dantas Pinto, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

 

212 - Bioethical dilemma at the end of life in pediatrics 

Deli Grace de Barros Araujo, Brazil

266- Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

044 – Implementation Project of the Municipal Palliative Care Program in primary healthcare

Gustavo Henz, Schroeder, Egl., Boscardin, Ez., Pfeutzenreiter, F., Castro e Souza, Rv, Brazil

HALL D - Bioethics Education I

020 - Importance of the discipline of Medical Bioethics in the medical course 

Antonio Angelo Rocha, Antonio Angelo Rocha Filho, Claudia Regina Gomes Rocha, Brazil

053 - Knowledge and appreciation of bioethical concepts among elementary school students and the impact of the Human Development Index

Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

113 - The right to the personality of the unborn child and the Bioethics of procedures that precede birth

Maurício de Oliveira de Avelar Alchorne, Brazil

164 - Ethics and Bioethics in the Brazilian Medical Internship through Problem-Based Learning

Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Christiane Peres Caldas, Drauzio Oppenheimer, Fabiano Bianchi, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Juçara Gonçalves Lima Bedim, Sonia Maria de Souza Alvez, Brazil / Portugal

239 - Teaching ethics and bioethics in undergraduate medicine courses in the state of Minas Gerais

Victor Hugo de Melo, Daiane Lopes de Resende, Maísa Pinheiro Alves da Silva, Brazil

HALL E - Public Health Ethics

027 - Health communication in Brazil: bioethics, social listening and the common morality

Márcia Araújo Sabino de Freitas, U.S.A / Brazil

049 - Health mediation strategies and reduction of health judicialization in small municipalities

Rafael Teixeira Sebastiani,, Rogério Nogueira de Oliveira, Gisela Tunes, Brazil

057 - Overdiagnosis: it is time to demystify false beliefs. A Medical and Bioethical point of view

Deborah Regina Lambach Ferreira da Costa, Carlos Franco Ferreira da Costa Filho, Brazil

080 – What is the ethical role of the healthcare professional in addressing electronic smoking devices (ends) in view of the current scientific evidence

Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreira, M. Tales Aprígio Camargos Ferreia, Matheus Magalhães de Almeida, Lívia Quintella Baptista, Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Brazil

063- Interpreting COVID-19 Footprint in Brazil Through a Bioethical Lens

José Geraldo Rigotti de Faria, Brazil

Jul 24

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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16:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Hall A – Autonomy

039 - Patient's loss of autonomy: Court's decision, or Bioethics mediation? Building a consensus on the best interest of the patient

Renato Battaglia, Brazil

067- The exercise of autonomy by patients in choosing non-transfusional therapy

Denissen Fossati da Silva, Spain

079 – Implementation of the WHO guideline as a mechanism for resolving bioethical conflicts and its impact on the use of public health resources

Pericles Batista da Silva, Brazil

102 – Pediatric autonomy in the healthcare setting - study in the context of bioethics

Rafaela Wagner, Mário Antônio Sanches, Ana Clara Borba, Júlia Kreutz, Brazil

128 - The limits of autonomy in medical procedures on request

Manoel Walber dos Santos Silva, Brazil

Hall B – Genethics: Ethical Aspects 

028 - Redefining Humanity: Transhumanism and Ethics in the era of gene editing and Quantum Artificial Intelligence

Jose Israel Sanchez Robles, Brazil

265- Somatic Genome Editing: Technical Challenges and Ethical Appraisal

George L. Mendz, Francis O'Keeffe, A. Joseph Alphonse, Australia

Hall C – Reproduction Ethics

033 – Access to infertility care in Brazil: Validation of a questionnaire for a bioethical discussion

Drauzio Oppenheimer, Christiane Peres Caldas, Giselle Crossara Gracindo, Henrique Zarpellon, Francisca Rego, Rui Nunes, Brazil / Portugal

071 – Assisted reproduction and the rule of law: a right for whom?

Lorena Rodrigues Ribeiro Silva, Brazil

121 – Fertilization from the sperm of a dead man

Yuval Cherlow, Israel

224- Current Issues in Medically Assisted Reproduction in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Igor Milinkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hall D – End of Life Ethics

052 – Bioethicists should re-examine the concept of death

Claudio Cohen, Brazil

059 – Dignity of the patient in end of life care - cultural background implications

Elena Toader, Daniela Liliana Damir, Romania

193 – Bioethics and spirituality in Palliative Care. Perceptions by Palliative Care (PC) professionals in Portugal

Renata Francioni Lopes Zappala, Cristina Duarte, Fernando Serra, Brazil/Portugal

266 - Simone de Beauvoir : Une mort tres douce

Chantal Patel, United Kingdom

Hall E – Law and Ethics I

065 – Bioethical considerations on collaborative Mental Health Care in Primary Care in Brazil

Andre Luis Bezerra Tavares, Rui Nunes, Sandra Fortes, Brazil / Portugal

066 – Judicialization of the doctor-patient relationship: the lack of bioethical analysis by the judiciary in Alagoas

Thaynná Laydir Silva Martins Coelho, Diego Freitas Rodrigues, Brazil

111 – Civil liability of the state for obstetric violence based on the "faute du service" theory: a case report of negligence during labor in a public hospital

Luís Felipe Nóbrega Coelho, Eduardo Alvares de Carvalho, Brazil

162 – On the inadequacy of administering anesthesia for non-medical procedures

Catia Sousa Goveia, Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Luis Antonio dos Santos Diego, Brazil

Jul 24

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Gala Dinner

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Gala Dinner (with live music performance)

Venue to be announced, registration required.

Jul 25

8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 25

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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - I

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Head of the Ibero-American Division ICB

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Chair

Jul 25

8:30
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Defending Your Right to Think Freely in the Age of Neurotechnology

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Nita Farahany

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Jul 25

8:55
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Whole Genome Sequencing as Part of Newborn Screening

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Angus Clarke

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Jul 25

9:20
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New Trends in the Ethics of Research on Human Beings

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Miguel Jorge

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Jul 25

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The Regulation of Health Information and Genetic Data

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Mark Taylor

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Jul 25

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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 25

10:30
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SESSION “TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” - II

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Domenico Palombo

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Jul 25

10:30
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Ownership and Reproduction with Cells for IVG

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Sonia Suter

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Jul 25

10:50
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Confidentiality, Privacy, and Data Protection in Biomedicine. International Concepts and Issues

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Edward Dove

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The Code of Ethics for Healthcare Educators

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Shahid Shamim

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Jul 25

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Challenges for Medicine in the 21st Century

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Eliete Bouskela

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Jul 25

11:50
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UPDATE OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (UNESCO)

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Presenters:

Mónica Correia (Entity for Transparency of the Constitutional Court | Portugal)

Patrizia Borsellino (University of Milano l Bicocca | Italy)

Rui Nunes (Head International Chair in Bioethics | Portugal)

Jul 25

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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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14:00
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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics II

088 – Dual loyalties of the physician-soldier qualitative study

Rafael Villela Silva Derré Torres, Brazil

141 – Experiencing a pediatric cardiac Intensive Care Unit admission and subsequent psychometric outcomes. A descriptive study

Leonardo Cavadas da Costa Soares, Rosiane Guetter Melo, Maria Luiza Castro, Francisca Rego, Portugal/Brazil

144 – Six centuries of detachment from being: the disconnection from classical metaphysics and its implications for human dignity

Patricia Junges Frantz, Brazil

165 – Shaping moral competencies: A focus on Medical Ethics training

Fabiano Bianchi, Henrique Zarpellon Martin, Brazil/Portugal

220 - Normothermic Regional Perfusion in Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD-NRP): Pitfalls, Legal Issues and Ethical Challenges of Increasing the Number of Transplantable Donor Organs

Bruce Gelb, Brendan Parent, U.S.A

Hall B – Research Ethics/Ethics Committees

103 – Is the term "layperson" to be supplanted?

Shamima Lasker, Turna Trebanee Mithila, Bangladesh/USA

252- The Fallacy of Placebo: Ethical Malpractice in the Justification of Groundless Therapeutic Claims

José Nunes de Alencar Neto, Rui Nunes, Maria Francisca Rego, Portugal

Hall C – Healthcare: Dignified & Non-discriminatory

200 - Bioethics and Criminal Policy

José Arthur di Spirito Kalil, Brazil

272 – Analysis of the impact of Mental Health problems in a Social Health Organization (SHO) and strategies for welcoming employees from a Bioethical perspective: Historical Cohort

Rafael Vicente Geraldi Gomes, C. Nahas, P. Duque, M. Costamar, Brazil

207 – Influence of socio-economic level on the destination of corpses for necropsy

Victor Luiz Correia Nunes, Bruno Gil De Carvalho Lima, Brazil

228 – Not handycap…. but handi-capabilities! - A new word & sociomedical model is needed to definitely overcome handicap(S)

António Rui Leal, Marc Rozenblatz, Portugal

282 – Chinese Immigrants Autonomy in Healthcare Services: Challenges and Recommendations

Sandra Lopes Aparício, Vera Martins, Rui Nunes, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

Hall D – Artificial Intelligence/Digital Era

135 – IA and Mental Health: New challenges from the Ecotechnobioethics

Nicolas Fernando Obiglio, Moty Benyakar, Argentina

137 – Assessment of the knowledge, perception and willingness for telemedicine among Filipino physicians in different specializations

Roland M. Panaligan, Samantha Alda Rojas, Jasmine Rochelle Rosita, Raphael Jommel Rosita, Louise Mari Ruiz, Philippines

155 - Medical ethics: from enlightenment to artificial intelligence

Filipe M. Moreira, Walneia C. Moreira, Brazil

194 - The importance of bioethics for medicine in the era of the digital revolution

Ana Claudia Brandão de Barros Correia, Brazil

034 - Enhancing Ethical Judgment with AI: The MAGI System's Approach in Natural Language Model Optimization

Gerson Hiroshi Yoshinari Júnior, Ana Beatriz Oliveira Urbano, Carolina Maia de Cia, Brazil

Hall E – Doctor’s Rights/Patient´s Rights

163 – Patients' vulnerability in the face of the intrusion of medical acts by other professions in Brazil

Jedson dos Santos Nascimento, Otávio Marambaia dos Santos, José Abelardo Garcia de Meneses, Brazil

175 – Birth plan as an advanced healthcare directive and mechanism for preventing obstetric violence

Paula Lincon Silva, Brazil

204 – Conscientious objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

095- Women’s rights as a patient: A specificity imposed by the achievement of gender equality

Ana Paula Cabral, Rui Nunes, Portugal

238 – Bioethics standards for the healthcare systems practices

Paulo André Stein Messetti, Italla Maria Pinheiro Bezerra, Brazil

Jul 25

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Hall A – Bioethics Education II

243 – Beyond Medicine: Bioethics As A Pillar Of Cosmopolitan Society

Keine Alves, Paulo Fraga da Silva, Roger Fernandes Campato, Brazil

247- Education and Artificial Intelligence: What to expect from human development in the future?

Norma Mendes Guimaraes Alves, Luiza De Paula Araujo Galvao Cunha, Brazil

248 – Social Media and Mobile Applications in Purely Online Medical Ethics Education

Patrick Gerard L Moral, Philippines

273 – Humanizing Medicine: A Bioethical Perspective on the 'HumanizAção' Program

Débora Eugênia Braga Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Antônio Henriques de França Neto, Bruno Leandro de Souza, Klecius Leite Fernandes, Brazil

054 – Implementation of studies on bioethical principles through literature and textual production for elementary school students in the city of Lages/SC

Evelise Faraco de Oliveira, Alexandre Faraco de Oliveira, Brazil

Hall B –Elisabeth Ormart Session

236 – Audiovisual resources for the transmission of bioethical complexities in the field of science and technology

Elizabeth Ormart, Argentina

Hall C – Autonomy / Benefit & Harm

149 – Professional autonomy in an age of bureaucratized medicine

Jon Borowicz, U.S.A

237 – Addressing an Ethical Imperative: Exploring Participant Appreciation of Ancillary Care Measures Provided in an Ebola Vaccine Trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Gwen Lemey, Ynke Larivière, Engbu Danoff, Emmanuel Esanga, Solange Milolo, Trésor Zola, Patrick Mitashi, Vivi Maketa, Jean-Pierre Van geertruyden, Pierre Van Damme, Raffaella Ravinetto, Hypolite Muhindo Mavoko, Belgium/Democratic Republic of the Congo

267 – Ethically Developing AI Tools to Assist Hospitalized Patient Autonomy

Ana C. Silva Pires, Joseph E. Thornton, U.S.A

107 – Navigating the new frontiers of patient autonomy and informed consent in Bioethics

Eduardo Vasconcelos dos Santos Dantas, Brazil

295 – Ethical Considerations in Post-Suicide Attempt Resuscitation

Rebecca Brendel, U.S.A

Hall D – Medical Ethics: the Digital Era

131- Medical ethics in the social media age

Arthur Eyer Cabral Brant Franco, Daniel Carvalho de Lima, Marcelo Saúde Soares Júnior, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

086 – Social media posts: how should doctors behave in this environment?

Marcela Maria de Almeida Peixoto, Bruna Wengerter Silva, Camila Vieira Sousa, Elba Cristina Chaves, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Nathan Mendes Souza, Brazil

257 – The dehumanisation of health care and patients' rights, the case of direct-to-consumer telemedicine

Edison Ramiro Calahorrano Latorre, Chile

Hall E – Law and Ethics II

203 – Bioethical principles in off-label prescribing in psychiatry

Humberto Müller Martins dos Santos, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, Brazil/Portugal

230 – Legal mechanisms for digital healthcare transformation in Africa

Tareck Alsamara, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

116 – Regulation of artificial intelligence in healthcare

Daniel de Araujo Dourado, Brazil

115 – Ethics in the care of homeless people: challenges and perspectives

Frederico Diniz Freire, Amanda Magela Moreira da Silva, Fernanda Ricardo de Oliveira, Frederico Diniz Freire, Neoma Mendes de Assis, Clarice Magalhães Rodrigues dos Reis, José Helvécio Kalil de Souza, Elba Cristina Chaves, Brazil

Jul 25

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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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Jul 25

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CONFERENCE DINNER

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Jul 26

8:00
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REGISTRATION

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Jul 26

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SESSION “EDUCATION of HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS”

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Russell Franco D'Souza

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Chair

Jul 26

8:30
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The New Age of Palliative Care

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Christophe Ostgathe

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Jul 26

8:55
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Challenges for Medical Education in the 21st Century

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Thalia Arawi

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Jul 26

9:20
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Principles and Practices of Bioethics Education

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Daniela Keidar

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Jul 26

9:40
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Bioethics Education in India

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Mary Mathew

Jul 26

10:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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10:30
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION

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 (this Session will be transmitted live)

Chair: Rui Nunes (ICB Head)

Presenters: Lujain Al-Qodmani (President of the World Medical Association, Kuwait)

                     Otmar Kloiber (Secretary-General of the World Medical Association, Germany)

Jul 26

13:00
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14:00
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LUNCH BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

14:00
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15:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Hall A – Medical /Healthcare Ethics III

072 - Ethical aspects of pre hospital emergency medical systems

Jordano Pereira Araújo, Brazil

174 – Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Balancing individual values, ethics and professional responsibility

Evandro Antonio Sbalcheiro Mariot, Brazil

Hall B – Medical Law

108 – Trading IF for WHEN: Medical Malpractice Insurance as a Strategic Tool for Professional Management

Karina Lanzellotti Saleme, Brazil

Hall C – Neuro-ethics

011 - Ethics in Neurosurgery (Singularities)

Jose Carlos Rodrigues Junior, Marcelo Ferraz de Campo, Brazil

Hall D – Human Rights

219 – Ethical consequences after the holocaust and its implications for the future

Carla Eliana Rocha, Ana Afonso Teixeira, Ana Isabel Neto, Carlos Alegre, Jorge França Santos, Margarida Ferreira, José Manuel Teixeira, Romeu Oliveira, Portugal

302 – Barriers and difficulties faced by migrant families of autistic individuals in healthcare access

Vera Sílvia Meireles Martins, Sandra Lopes Aparício, Ivone Duarte, Portugal

231 – Care as a fundamental right: a question of justice, equity, and dignity for caregivers and those who are cared for

Martha Miranda-Novoa, Colombia

Hall E – Bioethics in Medical Practice

297 – Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Bioethics among Healthcare Professionals in Maharashtra

Poovishnu Devi Thangavelu, Krishna Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Russel D Souza, Ivone Duarte, Rui Nunes, India

300 – What we should improve and what we shouldn’t do. Ethical observations in a radiation oncology setting

Paulo S. Oliva Teles, Aida Vieira, Portugal

Jul 26

15:30
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16:00
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COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

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Jul 26

16:00
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17:30
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Jul 26

17:30
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19:00
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PARALLEL SESSIONS

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In Hall Aand Hall B presentations may be in portuguese or spanish, PLEASE NOTE that allslides in the presentations in ALL the sessions MUST be in ENGLISH

Jul 26

18:00
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CLOSING DINNER

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6:00 PM - Buses depart to Gala Dinner venue.

7:00 - 10:00 PM - Closing Dinner (with live music performance)

Venue to be announced, registration required.

Jul 26

18:30
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19:30
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CLOSING CEREMONY SESSION

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Delivery of Honorary Awards

Presentation of the 17th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

We will let you know when speakers are available

Topics

Alcohol, Drugs
Animal Research
Ethics
Assisted Suicide
Autonomy
Benefit & Harm
Bioethics & the Holocaust: An Educational Agenda
Bioethics Education
Bioethics: Gender
Bioethics: General
Bioethics: History & Future
Biotechnological Products
Clinical Trials
Confidentiality
Corona Plague
Cultural Pluralism
Death and Dying
Dentistry, Law and Ethics
Discrimination
Doctors’ Rights
Drugs
End of Life
Environment’s Protection
Equality
Ethical Aspects of
E-Medicine
Ethical Aspects of Toxicology
Ethical Education: Skills & Technology
Ethics & Environment
Ethics
and
Immigration
Ethics Committees: Challenges & Tasks
Ethics Committees: Different Forms
Ethics Committees: Education of Member
Ethics Committees: Establishments
Ethics Committees: Evaluations
Ethics Committees: General
Ethics Committees: Platforms for Deliberations & Policy Recommendations
Ethics Committees: Procedures & Operations
Ethics Education: Tools and Methods
Ethics Education: Youth and Children
Ethics in Physical Education and Sports
Food and Death
Forensic Medicine
Genetics: Ethical Aspects
Health Challenges Faced by Children and Women
Healthcare
in Terminal Illness
Healthcare Services and Costs
Healthcare:
Dignified & Non-discriminatory
Healthcare: Ethical Supervision
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 Ethics:
The Digital Era
Medical Law
Medical Negligence
Medical Research
Mental Disorders
Neuro-ethics
Nursing, Law and Ethics
Organ
Transplantation
Patients’ Rights
Pregnancy: Termination
Psychiatry, Law and Ethics
Psychology, Law and Ethics
Reproduction
Solidarity
Stem Cell Research
Surrogacy
Veterinary:
Ethics and Law