113 ANNOUNCEMENT EUROPEAN BIOETHICS SEMINAR Health Care Issues in Pluralistic Societies Date: August 8-12, 1994 Location: Nijmegen, The Netherlands Organized by: The International Program in Bioethics Education and Research Seminar Director: Henk A.M.J. ten Have, M.D, Ph.D., Nijmegen, The Netherlands Associate Director: Stuart F. Spicker, Ph.D., Houston, U.S.A. Executive Director: Inga G. van der Heide, M.A., Nijmegen, The Netherlands Faculty: Wim Dekkers, M.D., Ph.D., Nijmegen, The Netherlands Martyn Evans, Ph.D., Swansea, U.K. Godelive van Heteren, M.D., Nijmegen, The Netherlands Franz Illhardt, Ph.D., Freiburg, Germany Paul Schotsmans, Ph.D., Louvain, Belgium Jos Welie, M.A., M.M.S., J.D., Nijmegen, .The Netherlands Objectives: The seminar will be conducted by scholars from a number of European nations. Special attention will be given to European traditions in health care ethics. The seminar is designed (1) to provide the participants with both a theoretical and practical understaning of contemporary and pressing issues in bioethics and (2) to educate the participants on a range of topics and problems that are the focus of current debates, both within health care institutions and in society at large. General Sytlabus: Lectures and discussion groups will be designed to attend to five principal topics: (1) Foundation and History of Bioethics; (2) The Person: Procreation and Reproduc- tion ; (3) The Person: Suffering and Death; (4) Person and Community; and (5) The Human Body. All lectures and parallel sessions will be conducted in English. ' Participants: The seminar is primarily directed to health care providers (e.g., physicians, dentists, nurses, health lawyers, hospital administrators, bioethics committee members), and teachers in the areas of ethics, philosophy and theology. Senior students undertaking courses of study in the health professions are also invited to participate. Seminar fee: 850 Dfl. (approx. 390 ECU, 460 US$ or 49.000 Jap.Yen). The fee includes tuition, course materials, lunches, Tuesday and Friday dinners, and refreshments. For information and application forms please contact: LG. van der Heide, M.A., Dept. of Ethics, Philosophy & History of Medicine, Catholic University of Nijmegen, P.O. Box 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Tel: (31)(0)80-615320/617079. Fax: (31)(0)80- 540254.
European Journal of Health Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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