ICCEC 2018 – Clinical ethics in translation: linking practice with research, learning and policy
21st – 23rd June 2018, Oxford, UK
The Organising Committee of the 14th International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation (ICCEC), the leading international clinical ethics conference founded in 2003 by Professors George J. Agich & Stella Reiter-Theil, invites you to attend the 2018 event, to be held 21st-23rd June in Oxford, the first time ICCEC will be held in the UK.
Clinical ethics in translation: linking practice with research, learning and policy
There are 5 sub themes
Ethical challenges in the clinic: an impetus for research and education
Emerging challenges for clinical ethics include the use of innovative and unlicensed treatments, bedside rationing, and boundaries between health and social care
Theoretical foundations and conceptual frameworks of clinical ethics support
Will developing and articulating theoretical foundations for clinical ethics help to strengthen practice? What counts as a theoretical foundation and is it required? How can we foster dialogue between practice and theory?
Empirical ethics research: emerging from and informing clinical ethics practice
There are many questions that clinical ethics can pose for researchers. How can we identify and build on examples of high quality research to improve practice?
Translating clinical ethics across global contexts
How does clinical ethics practice, research and education translate across cultures and what can we learn from each other to improve our own practice?
Translating clinical ethics into advocacy and policy
What role should clinical ethics have in shaping policy at a regional, national or international level on issues such as migrant health, abortion or transplant ethics? Should clinical ethicists act as advocates for patients in the wider health care environment?
Early Bird £350 (IME/UKCEN members £275); Early bird prices will end on 31st March 2018
Standard £400 (IME/UKCEN members £325); Standard prices will run 1st April 2018 until the 18th June 2018
Late registration £415 (IME/UKCEN members £360); Late registration will run 19th June onwards
One Day £210 (IME/UKCEN members £160)
Early Bird £210; Early bird prices will end on 31st March 2018
Standard £270; Standard prices will run 1st April 2018 until the 18th June 2018
Late registration £285; Late registration will run 19th June onwards
One Day £115
Early Bird £120; Early bird prices will end on 31st March 2018
Standard £150; Standard prices will run 1st April 2018 until the 18th June 2018
Late registration £165; Late registration will run 19th June onwards
One Day £70
Attendance to the Conference Dinner on Friday 22nd June will cost £55.00 and can be booked at the same time as paying the conference fee.
Information in relation to becoming a member of the Institute of Medical Ethics (IME) to become eligible for the above mentioned discounts can be found here.
*Tier A: Individuals currently residing in high-income nations who are neither students currently enrolled in a full-time degree programme nor early career (three years or less from completion of highest degree).
**Tier B: Individuals currently residing in high-income nations who are early career (three years or less from completion of highest degree) OR Health Care Professionals earning £35K or less.
***Tier C: Individual currently residing in low & middle-income nations OR students currently enrolled in a full-time degree programme (proof of student status will be required).