11 July 2011
9h00 – Welcome adress: Prof. Dr. Guilherme de Oliveira
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Guilherme de Oliveira
· Lia NEVES – Health: a non static phenomenon
· Radmila HREVTSOVA – Ensuring equitable access to health care in East European countries: problems and prospects
· Luís VALE – Access to health care, between rationing and responsiveness: problem(s) and meaning
· Mafalda MATOS – ‘Off-Label’ – Off-Law?
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Costa Andrade
· Rafael REIS, Medical Research Using Biobanks: Do We Need To Boost Our Concept Of Informed Consent?
· Fabiana REGO/ Mara FREITAS – Previously expressed wishes
· Filipa SÁ – Advance Directives
· Eduardo DANTAS – Informed Consent and Informed Choice
· Washington FONSECA – Assisted suicide, euthanasia, orthotanasia: the inadmissibility of the right to kill terminally ill patients.
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Helena Moniz
PRIVATE LIFE AND RIGHT TO INFORMATION
· Jean HERVEG – The Right to Private Life in the field of Biomedicine
· Lukáš PRUDIL – Privacy protection in the times of Facebook
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. João Loureiro
· Anne-Marie DUGUET – Genetic information
· Camilla FITTIPALDI – The Additional Protocol to the Oviedo Convention on Genetic Testing for Health Purposes: step forward against the direct-to-consumer genetic testing services?
· Elisabete FERREIRA – Intangibility of human genetic identity: Is this really a human right? Why?
12 July 2011
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Sinde Monteiro
HUMAN GENOME/ ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES
· Allane MADANAMOOTHOO – The Oviedo Convention and Surrogacy
· Margarida SILVESTRE – Sex selection and assisted reproduction technologies.
Chairperson: Dr. Maria de Belém Roseira
· Annagrazia ALTAVILLA – Research with children: current trends and perspectives
· Vera RAPOSO – Juridical Status of Human Embryos and Foetus at the Oviedo Convention
· Maria MERUJE – Article 18 of the Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine – the case for embryonic stem cells
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Faria Costa
ORGAN AND TISSUE REMOVAL FROM LIVING DONORS FOR TRANSPLANTATION PURPOSES
· Lydia NUNES – Brief observations about organ and tissue removal from living donors for transplantation in Brazilian law
PROHIBITION OF FINANTIAL GAIN AND DISPOSAL OF A PART OF THE HUMAN BODY
· Gonçalo BANDEIRA: Of course that we need an international convention that helps to avoid trafficking in organs – some old-new civil and criminal aspects
· Alexandre PEREIRA: Biotechnological Corporations and the prohibition of financial gain and disposal of a part of the human body
· Natalia LOJKO: Biotechnology and intellectual property – should patents be moral?
Chairperson: Prof. Anne-Marie Duguet
INFRINGEMENTS OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION
· Jana KOLÁČKOVÁ – Bioethics and biomedicine in the ECHR case-law
· Katerina CERNEVA – Patients´ Complaint Proceeding and the Oviedo Convention in the Czech Republic
· Marta VICENTE – Wrongful life actions
18h00 – “Happy Hour”
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