Na Wydziale Nauk o Zdrowiu Collegium Medicum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego odbył się workshop w ramach European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) IS1201 Disaster Bioethics. Poniżej program i podstawowe informacje.
Ethical Challenges of Research Conducted in Disaster Settings
Joint workshop organized by the Disaster Bioethics COST Action IS1201 and The Faculty of Health
Science, Jagiellonian University Medical College.
Venue: Faculty of Health Science, Michalowskiego Street 12, Room 018, Krakow.
Contact: Marcin Waligora: email@example.com
8th of February 2016, Monday
9.00-9.20 – Welcome and introduction
Session 1, Chair: Goran Mijaljica
9.20-9.50 Peter Kakuk (University of Debrecen)
RECs and the diversity of disaster research: an ethical assessment
9.50-10.20 Signe Mezinska (University of Latvia)
Challenges in ethics review process of research in disaster settings: results from a systematic review
10.20-10.50 Chesmal Siriwardhana (Anglia Ruskin University; King’s College London)
Defining the need for a post-research ethics audit in humanitarian/disaster research
11.00-11.25 Cofee break
11.25-11.55 Shlomit Zuckerman (Tel Aviv University School of Medicine)
Clinical use of off-label medications in disasters and subsequent research arm: ethical perspective
11.55-12.25 David Perlman (University of the Sciences, Philadelphia; University of Pennsylvania
School of Nursing, Philadelphia)
Preventive disaster research ethics: use of an algorithm as decision support to parse disaster
activities as research or not
12.25-12.55 – Mariusz Olejniczak (GCP.pl)
Operational perspective on research in emergency situations
12.55-14.00 – Lunch break
Session 2, Chair: Zbigniew Zalewski
14.00-14.30 Eugenijus Gefenas (Vilnius University)
Pros and cons of placebo controlled trials in public health emergencies: the Ebola case
14.30-15.00 Annette Rid (King’s College London)
Trial design during epidemics: what can we learn from Ebola?
15.00-15.20 Coffe break
15.20-15.55 Joanna Różyńska (University of Warsaw)
Ethics of using experimental Ebola treatments
18.30 – Dinner
9th of February 2016, Tuesday
Session 3, Chair: Peter Kakuk
9.00-9.30 Goran Mijaljica, (Psychiatric Hospital Ugljan; University of Split School of Medicine)
What makes a person vulnerable in disaster research setting?
9.30-10.00 János Kristóf Bodnár (University of Debrecen)
Introducing disaster-research ethical database ‘MADRES’
10.00-10.25 – Coffe break
10.25-10.55 Pierre Mallia (University of Malta)
The balance of utilitarian and kantian ethics for doing research in disaster situations
10.55-11.25 Jan Piasecki (Jagiellonian University Medical College)
What does ethical guidelines for epidemiology say about research in emergency situations?
11.25-11.55 Andrei Famenka (The State Service of Legal Medicine, Minsk)
Political interference in disaster research: implications for the integrity of researchers, public trust
and well-being of the population
11.55-13.00 – Lunch break
Session 4, Chair: Eugenijus Gefenas
13.00-15.00 A roundtable discussion on the updated CIOMS guidelines that is now open for public
consultation (in particular, Guideline 20th that focuses on Disaster research ethics).