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From the repaired human to the enhanced human: what kind of impacts on individual and the society?
Exoskelett, bionische Hand, augmented brain... Während diese Technologien zur Wiederherstellung verlorener Fähigkeiten auf breite Akzeptanz stossen, wirft ihr Einsatz zur reinen Steigerung der natürlichen Fähigkeiten Fragen auf. Die Auseinandersetzung mit der Grenze zwischen Wiederherstellung und Enhancement ist zwar nicht neu, die Beschleunigung des technischen Fortschritts stellt uns jedoch vor neue Herausforderungen bezüglich der Verbindung von Mensch und Maschine. Was bedeuten diese Entwicklungen für das, was den Menschen ausmacht?
Details und Anmeldung: http://www.info-handicap.ch/conference-november-26-2014
Intensive course on Nursing Ethics
The Centre for Biomedical Ethics and Law of the KU Leuven
The Centre for Biomedical Ethics and Law of the KU Leuven is organizing an intensive course on Nursing Ethics. The objective of the course is to foster exchanges on foundational and methodological approaches as well as on contemporary and educational issues in nursing ethics. This course works from an interdisciplinary - philosophical, theological, nursing, clinical-ethical - perspective.
The course is of interest to participants from diverse professional backgrounds, such as nursing, medicine, philosophy and theology, health care administration, and PhD students undertaking courses of study in these areas. The intensive course Nursing Ethics is part of the Erasmus Mundus Master of Bioethics programme.
For more information: www.masterbioethics.org
Zürich Winter School on the ethics of human enhancement
Institute for Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine
Technologies that promise to significantly enhance human capacities have become a central topic of debate in biomedical ethics over the past few decades. Such «enhancement technologies» are variously intended to improve cognition, motivation, mood, personality, health and longevity, physical appearance and athletic performance in healthy people. This Winter School will bring together an international group of experts on the cutting edge of that debate, to discuss questions like: what can we already do to enhance human capacities, and what can we expect to achieve in the future? Does the pursuit of human enhancement involve a search for «perfection», and if so, does this count against it? Do enhancement technologies threaten human dignity and human identity? Will they undermine social justice, or can they perhaps help promote it? Should we reject enhancement interventions that would alter human nature as we know it? And finally, are the potential social benefits of enhancement (e.g. faster progress in medical science made possible by smarter researchers) worth the risks?
The conference is open to all students, researchers and practitioners from all relevant fields, interested in the ethics of human enhancement. There is no registration fee. 3 ECTS will be given for full participation. Please register by e-mailing email@example.com before 1st February 2015 with your name, title and affiliation. Places are limited.
For more information: http://www.agenda.uzh.ch/record.php?id=25255&group=86
Assessment of Decision-Making Capacity: The State of the Art
Institute of Biomedical Ethics and Medical History University of Zurich
Professor Paul S. Appelbaum, MD, Columbia University/NY
For more information: http://www.agenda.uzh.ch/record.php?id=24612&group=86
6th International Symposium on Bioethics
Humans in the Meshes of the Digital Web - Ethical Challenges of Information and Communication Technologies
The deadline for submission of proposals is November 15, 2014.
For more information: http://www.ethique-jie.unistra.fr/index.php?id=13076
11th Annual International Conference on Clinical Ethics & Consultation
The deadline for submission of proposals is November 3, 2014.
For more information: http://WWW.ICCEC2015.US