Program 2014 World Congress (post

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FAB World Congress 2014
Mexico City, June 23-25
Healthcare Ethics: Local, Global, Universal
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Monday, June 23 – morning sessions
Time
Room 1
Room 2
9:00-9:30
Chair Welcome:
Introductions, housekeeping
9:30-10:30
Plenary Session 1
Chair: Debora Diniz – Brazil
Abortion and Conscientious Objection:
Local Stories to a Global Understanding
Florencia Luna – Argentina,
Ana Cristina Gonzalea Velez – Colombia,
Maria Luisa Sanchez - Mexico
Room 3
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
11:00-12:00
Mental Health Session
Chair: Pamela Lomelino
• “Feminist Bioethics and
‘Posttraumatic Growth’” Ami Harbin
• “Forced Treatment of the Severely
Mentally Ill” Norah Martin
Healthcare Systems Session
Chair: Elizabeth Victor
• “Can a Healthcare System Include
Ancillary Care?” Monique Lanoix
• “Autonomy, Healthcare, and
Institutional Constraints” Sonya
Charles
Risk and Protection Session
Chair: Dirce Guilhem
• “Floodgates and Suspicion: Women
and Suicide Risk in the Irish Public
Discourse on Abortion” Heike
Felzmann
• “Protecting Future People: A
Feminist Analysis of
Intergenerational Justice in a Context
of Possible Reproductive Harms”
Isabel Karpin & Roxanne Mykitiuk
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Monday, June 23 – afternoon sessions
Time
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
12:00-1:00
Implicit Bias Session
Chair: James Dwyer
• “The Sedimentation of Bias in
Medical Institutions” Rebecca
Kukla & Bryce Huebner
• “Developing a Deaf Feminist
Bioethics: The Case of Cochlear
Implants” Teresa Blankenmeyer
Burke
Medical Tourism Session
Chair: Viola Schubert-Lehnhardt
• “Domestic Implications for the
International Regulation of Reproductive
Travel in the U.S. and Canada” Katy
Fulfer
• “An Industry Out-of-the-Closet: LGBTI
Medical Tourism” Jason Behrmann
Childbirth Session
Chair: Vasiliki Petousi
• “Achieving Reproductive Justice in
Childbirth” Allison Wolf
• “The Case Against Cesarean Delivery
on Maternal Request in Labor” Paul
Burcher & Lisa Campo Engelstein
1:00-2:30
Lunch
Lunch
Country Reps Meeting 1:30-2:30
Lunch
2:30-4:00
Clinical Research Session
Chair: Gillian Crozier
• “Autonomy and Exploitation in
International Clinical Research”
Danielle Wenner
• “Is It Ethical to Exclude Pregnant
Women from Clinical Research?”
Anna Smajdor & Laura Bowater
4:00-4:30
Coffee Break
4:30-5:30
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Perplexities and Paradoxes Session
Chair: Claire Morrissey
• “What Disaster Ethics Can Learn from
Feminist Bioethics” James Dwyer
• “Paradoxes of Resistance: Public
Health, Childhood Vaccines, and the
Moral Work of Motherhood” Alison
Thompson
Coffee Break
Plenary Session 2
Chair: Sergio Rego
Choices and Tensions: Childcare
Strategies of Mexican Mothers Working at
Feminist Organizations
Roberta Flores Angeles & Olivia Tena
Guerrero
Coffee Break
Monday, June 23 – evening agenda
Tuesday, June 24 – morning sessions
Monday, June 23
Time
Room 1
6:00-7:00
Room
Room
IJFAB Reception
Hosted by Stony Brook University
7:00-10:00
Working Dinner for IJFAB Board Members
Tuesday, June 24
Time
Room 1
9:00-10:30
Room 2
Room 3
Plenary Session 3
Chairs: Lindsey Porter & Stephen Wilkinson
Ethics of Uterus Transplantation
Jacques Balayla, Ariel Lefkowitz, Ruby
Catsanos, Mianna Lotz, Timothy Murphy
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-12:30
Panel Session
Chair: Rebecca Kukla
“Caring from the Outside”
Andrea Pitts, Alison Reiheld, Elizabeth
Victor
12:30-2:00
Lunch
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Coffee Break
Coffee Break
Panel Session
Chair: Jennifer Parks
“Moral Pioneers: The Role of the Public
in Bioethical Deliberation”
Jackie Leach Scully & Hilde Lindemann
Lunch
Lunch
Tuesday, June 24 – afternoon sessions
Time
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
2:00-3:30
Global Health Session
Chair: Ami Harbin
• “A Feminist Bioethics Approach to
Global Occupational Health and
Safety” Angela Thachuck
• “Something Fell Out: A Comparison
of Standards of Care for Uterine
Prolapse in Nepal” Jacob Dahlke
• “The Doha Model of Organ Donation
and Transplantation: Thinking
Beyond Citizenship” Dominique
Elizabeth Martin & Riadh Fadhil
Embodiment Session
Chair: Carolyn Ells
• “Just Modeling? Eating Disorders and
Feminist Concerns” Galya Hildesheimer &
Hemda Gur-Arie
• “Individual Responsibility, Empowerment,
and Moral Obligation to ‘Fix’ the ‘Broken’
Reproductive Body” Vasiliki Petousi, Irina
Sifaki, & Toni M. Calasanti
• “The Negative Side of Positive Thinking for
Women with Breast Cancer” Erin Fredricks
Moral Theory Session
Chair: Timothy Murphy
• “On the Necessity of Universals in
Bioethics” Mary Rawlinson
• “A Feminist Account of the Nature and
Importance of the Concept of ‘Dignity’
for Bioethics” Clair Morrissey
• “Standpoint Theory and Healthcare: The
Zapatista Experience” Carol Quinn &
Sergio Gallagos
3:30-4:00
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
Gametes and Embryos Session
Chair: Jackie Leach Scully
• “Genes, Gametes and Embryos: The
Politics of Reproductive Material
Disposition” Alisa C. von Hagel & Daniela
Mansbach
• “Prenatal Screening, Women’s
Reproductive Autonomy, and
Individualized Choice” Stephen Wilkinson
Infertility Session
Chair: Sergio Rego
• “Fertility Preservation Technologies for
Children: The Risk of ‘Sexualizing’
Children Involved in Stage 1 Fertility
Preservation Decision-making” Angel
Petropanagos
• “Toward a Public Health Approach to
Infertility” Marie-Eve Lemoine & Vardit
Ravitsky
• “Infertility and Reproductive Loss in the
Paintings of Frida Kahlo” Sylvia Hübel
Transnational Contract Pregnancy Session
Chair:
• “Guinea Pigs and Baby Ovens: The
Objectification of Vulnerable
Populations in Transnational Human
Subjects Research and Commercial
Contract Pregnancy” Emma Ryman
• “Feminist Issues in Domestic and
Transnational Surrogacy: The Case
of Japan” Jennifer Parks
• “At the Intersections of Emotional
and Biological Labor: Understanding
Transnational Surrogacy as Social
Redemption” Gillian Crozier, Jennifer
Johnson, & Christopher Hazler
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4:00-5:30
Tuesday, June 24 – evening agenda
Wednesday, June 25
Tuesday, June 24
Time
Room 1
Room 2
5:30-7:00
FAB General Meeting
7:30
Banquet
Room 3
Wednesday, June 25
Time
Don Alberto 1-4
8:30-9:30
Plenary Crossover FAB-IAB Session
Chairs: Angus Dawson and Manuel H. Ruiz de Chavez
Health, Safety, and Women’s Human Rights: A World-wide Culture of Sexual Violence Against Women
Speaker: Ruth Macklin
Commentary: Søren Holm
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Conference Venue
Hilton Mexico City Reforma
Av. Juarez #70. Colonia Centro, Mexico City, Distrito Federal,
06010, Mexico
TEL: 52-55-5130-5300 FAX: 52-55-5130-5255
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