Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

Twenty-sixth Annual International Conference

Westin Dallas Park Central, Dallas, Texas

 February 23 through 26, 2017

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Bioethics Program Track Announcement

 

Below is the preliminary schedule for the Bioethics Track.  Please, verify sessions and times with the official 2017 APPE Annual Conference Program, the Conference Addendum, and the hotel reader boards before attending sessions.

Some presentations may be listed in more than one track, based on the subject matter. 

Thursday, February 23, 2017

4:15 pm

Karen M.T. Muskavitch Best Paper Award

“Fact-based Values’: Why the Fact/Value Dichotomy Plays too Large of a Role in Critiques of ‘Evidence-based Ethics’”

Sarah Wieten, Durham University

 

5:30 pm

 

Case Study:

“Ethical Issues in the Use of Opioid Treatment Agreements for Pain Control”

Cheryl Erwin, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Pravesh Sharma (not presenting), Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Regina Baronia (not presenting),  Psychiatry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

Stephen Manning (not presenting), Psychiatry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

Arqam Abdali. MS3(not presenting), Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

 

Friday, February 24, 2017

8:15 am

“Crip Queering’ Growth Attenuation”

Debra Gorman-Badar, Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics, St. Louis University

 

9:45 am

 

Pedagogical Demonstration:

“Integrating Moral Psychology into Ethics Pedagogy for Medical Students”

Jessica R. Hirsch, Biomedical Ethics Program, Mayo Clinic - Rochester

Jon C. Tilburt (not presenting), Medicine and Biomedical Ethics, Mayo Clinic

 

 

Case Study:

“Death and Sick Days: Lessons for an Overdeveloped Sense of Duty”

Daniel J. Mahoney, Leadership and Administration, Gonzaga University

 

11:00 am

“Moral Theorizing about Moral Injury”

Andrew I. Cohen, Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics, Georgia State University

Jennifer A. Samp (not presenting), Communication, University of Georgia

 

Noon

Lunch with an Author

A Casebook in Interprofessional Ethics: An Introduction to Ethics for the Health Professions

Jeffrey Spike, Public Health, University of Texas, Houston

 

1:30 pm

 

Karen M.T. Muskavitch Best Paper Award

“Expanding Moral Agency: Considering the Autonomy of the Cognitively Disabled”

Caroline Christoff, University of Texas, Austin

 

“Intellectual Disability and End of Life Planning: The Limits of Bioethics and a Way Forward”

Laura Kicklighter, Westover Honors Program, Lynchburg College

 

2:30 pm

Poster Session:

“Then End of Religious and Philosophical Exemptions from Measles Vaccination Requirements”

Gregory L. Bock, Center for Ethics, University of Texas, Tyler

 

3:15 pm

“The Moral Limits of Medical Deportation: A Contractualist Approach”

Leonard Kahn, Philosophy, Loyola University - New Orleans

 

“Ethical Challenges Presented by the Combined Otsuke/Proteus "digital" Pill”

Ilana Kepten, Bioethics, ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel

 

“Incorporating Confidence into the Framework for IRB Risk Assessment”

Frederick Grinnell, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

John Sadler (not presenting), University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Victoria McNamara (not presenting), University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Joan Reisch (not presenting), University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Kristen Senetar (not presenting), University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

 

4:30 pm

 

Author Meets the Commentators

Silent Partners: Human Subjects and Research Ethics

Rebecca Dresser, Law, Washington University in St. Louis

Commentators:

Elizabeth Heitman, Program on Ethics in Science and Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Lisa M. Rasmussen, Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Kenneth W. Goodman, Ethics Programs, University of Miami

 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

7:00 am

Bioethics Special Interest Section Breakfast

(Pay on your own)

Chairs:

Jason Scott Robert, Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University

Ana Iltis, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society, Wake Forest University

 

 

8:15 am

“Why Should Medical Care Be 'Family Centered'?”

Nate W. Olson, Kegley Institute of Ethics, California State University, Bakersfield

 

9:45 am

Panel:

“Neurodiversity and Inclusivity: Ethical Challenges of Transition for Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder”

Kayhan Parsi, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy, Loyola University Chicago

Nanette Elster, Ethics Outreach, American Dental Association

 

“The Social Roles of Health Care Professionals:  A Framework for Understanding the Obligations of Clinician-Researchers”

Ana Iltis, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society, Wake Forest University

 

11:00 am

 

Keynote Address

Brian Williams, M.D. FACS, Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Trauma/Critical Care Surgeon, Parkland Memorial Hospital

 

12:15 pm

Keynote Lunch:

Brian Williams, M.D. FACS, Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Trauma/Critical Care Surgeon, Parkland Memorial Hospital

 

1:30 pm

Panel:

“Service and Service Learning in Medicine and Dentistry: What are the Ethical Issues?”

Kayhan Parsi, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy, Loyola University Chicago

Nanette Elster, Ethics Outreach, American Dental Association

Brian Borah, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Chicago

 

3:30 pm 

“Telemental Health Services Across State Lines: Some Ethical and Legal Challenges”

Elliot D. Cohen, Philosophy, Indian River State College

 

"Continuous Deep Sedation, Voluntary Active Euthanasia, and the Double Effect Argument"

Andrew Piker, Philosophy, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

 

"Continuous Deep Sedation, Voluntary Active Euthanasia, and the Double Effect Argument"

Ilana Kepten, Bioethics, ORT Braude College, Karmiel Israel

Gila Yakov (not presenting),Max Stern Yezreel Valley College and Israel Institute of Technology, Hifa Israel

 

 

 

If you are not currently a part of the APPE Listserv and would like to be, please contact the APPE Office at appe@indiana.edu.

 The APPE International Conference is open to the public. 

Registration is required to attend this event. 

Information on registration can be found on the following webpage: Annual Conference Registration

Please contact the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics for additional information: appe@indiana.edu or 812-855-6450.

 

 

Submissions for this track will be considered in the following categories: (1) Formal Papers or Individual Presentations; (2) Panel discussions; (3) Pedagogical Demonstrations; (4) Case Study Presentations; (5) Posters and (6) Creative Arts Presentations (e.g., short play, poetry, or fiction).  Please see the Submission Guidelines for full details.

 

 

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Important Deadlines

  • November 28 End of Early Bird Registration
  • December     Notification of Program Presenters
  • January 9      Deadline for Audio Visual Request Forms
  • January 9    National IEB Team Registration ends
  • January 20    Publisher Ads deadline
  • January 23    End of On-Time Registration
  • February 1    Hotel Reservations deadline
  • February 6   Meal Reservations with Payment deadline