Presidency of Honour of Their Majesties
the King and the Queen of Spain


13 - 16 May 2013
Congress Hall
Fairground Luis Adaro
Gijón (Spain)


PROGRAM


Monday, 13th May 2013

Morning
 
From
11,00 h.
Meeting of the Scientific Committee of the International Society of Bioethics (SIBI)
Meeting of the African Group
 
11,30 h. Collection of Documentation
   
Afternoon
 
  INAUGURATION Acts
19,30 h.
Chamber quartet
Mr. Marcelo Palacios Alonso
President of the Scientific Committee of SIBI and Organizer
Mrs. Carmen Moriyón Entrialgo
Mayoress of Gijon and President of the SIBI Foundation
Mr. Javier Fernández Fernández
President of the Government of the Principality of Asturias (JGPA)
Mr. Vicente Gotor Santamaría
Magn. Rector of the University of Oviedo
Mr. Manuel Menéndez Menéndez
President of Cajastur (Saving Bank)
Mr. Fernando Masaveu Herrero
President of Masaveu Corporation
Mr. Isidoro Álvarez Álvarez
President of Ramón Areces Foundation
Inaugural intervention
Mrs. Pilar Álvarez-Laso (UNESCO)
(Assistant Director-General Mrs. Irina Bokova, in her representation)
 
Closure
Royal Covadonga Cultural Group Choir and Dancers
 
21,00 h. Spanish Wine Congress Hall

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Tuesday, 14th May 2013

Morning
     
09,00 h. Chairmanship Mr. Santiago Dexeus (SPAIN)
Lectures Mr. José María Urquía Etxabe (SPAIN)
    Medical Deontology, a pillar of Bioethics   
09,40 h. Oral Presentations
Mr. Daniel Piedra (CUBA)
Global, universal and theoretical Bioethics
Mr. Emilio J. Armaza Armaza (PERU)
Bioethics and Biolaw: proposed limits on the development and production of biological weapons  
Mrs. Rosalba Durán Forero (COLOMBIA)
The Universal Declaration on Bioethics and  UNESCO Human Rights and global Bioethics  
Mr. Ricardo de Dios (SPAIN)
What ethical dilemmas do our doctors have?  

Mrs. Ivonne Martín Hernández

(CUBA)
Ethical Dilemmas and challenges of  Duchenne/Becker  genetic studies about muscular dystrophy in Cuba  
10,30 h. Debate
11,00 h. COFFEE-BREAK
11,20 h. Chairmanship Mrs. Erin Williams (USA)
Lecture Mr. Didier Sicard (FRANCE)
National cultures and universal ethics is a paradox?
12,00 h. Oral Presentations
Mr. Christopher Recio Sobrino
(SPAIN)
Ethics and Bioethics as a proposal and change for the establishment of a 'human' education  
Mrs. Elena Atienza Macías
Mrs. Ilaria Anna Colussi
(SPAIN)
(ITALY)
Genetic drug taking in the sports field: New reality, new challenge for the Bioethics
Mrs. Rosario Pastor Zegarra
(SPAIN)
The ethics of science and technology for development
Mr. Javier Huerta Díaz
(SPAIN)
What do members of Ethics Committees think about their operation?
12,40 h. Chairmanship Mrs. Paula Martinho da Silva
(PORTUGAL)
Lecture Mr. Francis P. Crawley
(BELGIUM)
European Bioethics: The Role of First Principles in the Search for a Universal Ground to Reason and Empathy
13,10 h. Oral Presentations
    Mrs. Emilssen González de Cancino
(COLOMBIA)
    Reflections on the limits of Bioethics. Principles and Rules
    Mrs. Jussara Mª Leal de Meirelles
(BRAZIL)
    The technological society, mental health and the necessary rereading of the legal categories in Brazil
13,30 h. Debate  
14,00 h. PAUSE - LUNCH
Afternoon
       
16,00 h. Chairmanship Mr. Jesús Aquilino Fernández
(SPAIN)
Lecture Mr. Rusen Keles
(TURKEY)

Our Ethical Duties towards Future Generations in a Globalizing World

16,30 h. Oral Presentations
Mrs. Liudmyla Paliei
(UKRAINE)
Development of Bioethics in Ukraine  
Mrs. Jacinthe Nkongolo
(D.R. CONGO)

Ethical Duties of Africa as regards future generations

    Mrs. Marilia Pedroso Xavier
(BRAZIL)
    Resolution 1995/2012 of the Brazilian Federal Board of Medicine on Advance Health Care Directives: Progress or Regression?  
    Mrs. Ofelia Barcia Miranda
(SPAIN)
    Does the bad relationship between professionals affect patients? What do citizens think?  
17,10 h. Chairmanship

Mrs. Agni Vlavianos-Arvanitis

(GREECE)
  Lectures Mr. Miguel Oliveira
(PORTUGAL)
    Ethical foundations of the priorities in health policies
    Mrs. Laurence Azoux Bacrie
(FRANCE)
    Agreement for the protection of Human rights and the dignity of the human being with regard to the applications of biology and  medicine
18,10 h. Oral Presentations
    Mrs. Soledad Arnau Ripollés
(SPAIN)
    Bioethics from the functional diversity point of view. New challenges for disability research and Bioethics
    Mr. Fernando Hellman
(BRAZIL)
    The seventh revision process of the Declaration of Helsinki 2013  
    Mr. Pablo Fernández Muñiz
(SPAIN)
    Some medical aspects for the bioethical deliberation
    Mr. Devline Msowoya
(MALAWI)
   

Dilemmas, challenges and solutions for women living with HIV AIDS in Malawi (Alinafe Hospital Perspective)

    Mrs. Ana Paula Myszczuk
(BRASIL)
   

The functional illiteracy in Brazil and its implications in the free consent of the patient: a vulnerability analysis

    Mr. Boris I. Ostapenko
(UKRAINE)
    Avant-garde technologies: Risk management    
    Mr. Victoriano Garza-Almanza
(MÉXICO)
    Bioethical implications of narco-violence in Mexico. The Ciudad Juarez Case
    Mrs. Carolina Soto Méndez
(COLOMBIA)
    Bioethical dilemmas of legal mining in Colombia
19,30 h. Debate  
20,00 h. End of the Session
     

Wednesday, 15th May 2013

Morning
09,20 h. Chairmanship Mr. Erwin Deutsch
(GERMANY)
Lecture Mr. Vicente Bellver
(SPAIN)
Educating for universal Bioethics
10,00 h. Oral Presentations
    Mr. Michael Anjello Jothirajan
(INDIA)
   

Bioethics clubs in schools, colleges and villages as informal agents of establishing new dimensions in universal Bioethics education

 
    Mrs. Fernanda Schaefer Rivabem
(BRAZIL)
    Clinical data and Biopower: Between social interests and human dignity  
    Mr. Rodrigo García Alarcón
(COLOMBIA)
  Globalization, a bioethical challenge?  
    Mr. Jorge Estopá Dueso
(SPAIN)
    Neuroethics in neuroscientific research.
 A commitment to responsibility and excellence
10,40 h. Debate  
11,10 h. COFFEE-BREAK
11,30 h. Chairmanship Mr. Volnei Garrafa
(BRAZIL)
Lectures Mr. Stefano Semplici
(ITALY)

The right to dignity, the right to diversity. When health is at stake

    Mr. Bernardo Díaz Nosty
(SPAIN)
    The ethics of communication in the transmission of the scientific message
12,40 h. Oral Presentations
Mrs. Niurka Taureaux Díaz  
The ethical-humanist dimension of the graduate in the medical degree, Cuba
(CUBA)
Mrs. Andreza Cristina Baggio
(BRAZIL)
Bioethics, health and patents: Access to high cost medicines, a new battlefield?
Mrs. Cristobalina Betemit
(DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)

Patient´s autonomy

Mr. Janvier Ayena
(BENIN)
New strategies to develop the Young African woman
Mrs. Carmen D. Medina Castellano
(SPAIN)
Project: Knowledge, attitudes, behaviour and opinions in the area of informed consent and living wills. Phase I
13,30 h. Debate  
14,00 h. PAUSE - LUNCH
 
Afternoon  
       
16,00 h. Chairmanship Mr. George Kutudjian
(LEBANON)
Lecture Mr. José A. Flórez Lozano
(SPAIN)
Ageing healthily and with dignity: an integrated ethical perspective
16,40 h. Oral Presentations
Mrs. Reyes Álvarez Cisneros
(SPAIN)
Years wrinkle the skin but not the soul: Reflections on the quality of life and care in octogenarian people with an active and positive life
    Mrs. Noelia Bueno Gómez
    Medical care in the third age: to reconcile care with respect for personal autonomy
(SPAIN)
    Mrs. Andrea Actis
(ARGENTINA)
    Discrimination and vulnerability of the elderly
17,10 h. Debate  
17,40 h.

Chairmanship

Mrs. Victoria Camps
(SPAIN)
Lecture Mrs. Maureen K.Tumusiime
(UGANDA)
Tourism and policy development in Africa : Uganda - case study
 
18,10 h. Oral Presentations
Mr. Fabio A. Garzón Díaz
(COLOMBIA)
Environmental education and sustainable development. The case of the eastern hills of Bogotá, Colombia
 
Mrs. Mª del Carmen Álvarez Baza
(SPAIN)
Attitude towards cultural diversity in a high-risk unit  
    Mrs. Michelle Piperberg
(SPAIN)
    Reflections on the figure of the person-patient beyond the " age minority " and the "self determination"
    Mrs. Mª de Jesús Ortiz González
(MÉXICO)
    The autonomy of patients in the mexican information and knowledge society. An educational and cultural challenge
    Mr. Javier García Amez
(SPAIN)
    Patient Autonomy and treatment rejection in Spanish Law
    Mr. Joaquín Jiménez González
(SPAIN)
    Social and religious factors in the trial and legislation of different cultures focussed on biotechnology and assisted reproduction techniques
    Mr. Efraín  Méndez Castillo
(COLOMBIA)
    The notion of professionalism in medicine
    Mr. Enrique Marín Palma
((SPAIN)
    The relationship between the medical team  and family care when looking after terminal patients at home
19,30 h. Debate  
20,00 h. End of the Session
 
 

Thursday, 16th May 2013

Morning  
       
09,30 h. Chairmanship Mr. Amos Shapira
(ISRAEL)
Lectures Mrs. Dolores Escudero
(SPAIN)
Cranioplasty with bandages. New forms of treatment limitation of vital support and organ donation
Mr. Jose Luis Escalante Cobo
(SPAIN)
End-of-life care in the in ICU and organ donation
Mr. Rafael Matesanz
(SPAIN)
Ways of dying and organ donation
Mr. Chris Rudge
(UNITED KINGDOM)

Donation as a systematic part of end-of-life care

Mr. Carlos Mª Romeo Casabona
(SPAIN)
Organ transplants, a permanent source of new challenges for Law
12,10 h. COFFEE-BREAK
12,30 h. Chairmanship Mrs. Fátima Z. El Kebir
(ALGERIA)
Oral Presentations

Mr. Néstor Serrano Fuentes
Mr. Manuel David Valiño Vázquez

(SPAIN)
Therapeutic effort in the terminal patient
Mrs. Laura Belli
(ARGENTINA)
Ethical questions for the Law of the alleged donor in force in Argentina since 2006  
Mrs. Iziar Basterretxea Moreno
(SPAIN)
Law, society and awareness, the fragility of the borders
Mrs. Mª Cristina Paredes Escobar
(CHILE)
Factors involved in the clinical practice of the limiting therapeutic effort in units of critically ill patients in public hospitals in the Chilean health care network
Mr. Arif Jamil
(BANGLADESH)
Human stem cell inventions in Europe: What causes tug of war between patent and ethics
Mrs. Marta Pernas Gómez
(CUBA)
Transversality of the ethical-humanist dimension in degree studies in medical sciences
13,30 h. Reorganization of the initial Table
Debate  
14,00 h. PAUSE - LUNCH
Afternoon  
       
16,00 h. Chairmanship Mr. Juan Ramón Lacadena
(SPAIN)
  Lectures Secondary School Students
    Mr. Joel Pasarín Valencia
Colegio Ursulinas (Gijón)
(SPAIN)
    The current economic crisis and hunger in the world
    Mrs. Olaya Gutiérrez Remis and Mr . David Rodríguez Iglesias
IES Cristo del Socorro (Luanco)
((SPAIN)
    Functional food, myths, realities and food ethics
   

Mrs. Alba Argüelles Guerrero and Mr . Pablo González Álvarez
IES Monte Naranco (Oviedo)

(SPAIN)
    Cloning the Neanderthal
    Mrs. Covadonga Solares Morales and Mr. Jorge Suárez Menéndez
Real Instituto Jovellanos (Gijón)
(SPAIN)
    Human cloning. Ethical aspects
17,10 h. Chairmanship Mrs. Dafna Feinholz
(UNESCO)
  Lectures Secondary School Students
    Mrs. Raquel Obeso Menéndez and Mrs . Cristina Rodríguez López
IES Llanera (Posada de Llanera)
(SPAIN)
    Wasting food
    Mrs. Caridad Jun García García and Mrs . Nerea Molina Álvarez
IES Corazón de María (Gijón)
(SPAIN)
    Bioethics in the school and for the school
    Mrs. Marina Martínez Rodríguez and Mrs. Marta Vallés Rodríguez
IES Alfonso II (Oviedo)
(SPAIN)
    Informed consent
18,05 h. Debate  
18,35 h. Chairmanship Mrs. Svitlana Pustovit
(UKRAINE)
  Free Oral Presentations
    Mr. Eugenio Vila
(SPAIN)
    Formula for calculating the risk of eugenics
    Mr. F. Javier Blázquez Ruíz
(SPAIN)
    Euthanasic practices during the Nazi era
19,05 h. End of the Session
 
 
POSTERS
 
Mr. Valdir González Paixão Junior
(BRAZIL)
School Education and the need to train bioethical awareness in Secondary School students

Mrs. Victoria del Busto Costales
Mrs. María José del Busto Costales

(SPAIN)
Bioethical challenges for the nursing assistant
Mrs. Lara Menéndez González
(SPAIN)
Should nurses communicate medication mistakes to patients?
Mrs. Beatriz Fernández Prada
(SPAIN)
The "Guatemala"  case analyzed from the point of view of Declaration of Helsinki
Mrs. Almudena Pousada González
(SPAIN)
Rights of the mentally ill: legislative framework
Mr. Alejandro Toledo Soriano
(SPAIN)
Radiation in the Intensive Care Unit
Mrs. Patricia Ríos Nacarino
(SPAIN)
Patient information on the infection of the human papilloma virus
Mr. Jorge Estopá Dueso
(SPAIN)
The ethics of scientific publications and the responsibility of scientists and bioethicists with patients
Mr. Marcelo Moreira Corgozinho
(BRAZIL)
Analytical  Study of the composition of the multidisciplinary members of the Ethics Committees in research in Brazil
Mrs. Natalia Cal Purriños
(SPAIN)
Spanish Law: Differences between Biomedical research only with clinical  data and biomedical research with data and human biological samples
Mrs. Cleide Bernardes
(BRAZIL)
Bioethics, human vulnerability, and the media: Human trafficking
Mrs. Lizia Fabiola Almeida Silva
(BRAZIL)
Vulnerability and Bioethics: Taking into account the experience of the bioethics specialists in the reflections with the professionals who work with offending adolescents in the State in the Federal District – Brazil
Mrs. Juliana de Ávila Panisset
(BRAZIL)
The question of team in the treatment of rare diseases: A study of ethnography in Brazil
Mrs. Yuri Nagamine Urata
(BRAZIL)
Update on Ethical Analysis in Brazil: Comparison of Database Systems in the years 2011 and 2012  
   

 

 
CLOSURE Acts
19,30 h. Chamber quartet
Mr. Marcelo Palacios Alonso
President of the Scientific Committee of SIBI and Organizer

Awarding of SIBI PRIZE 2013 to Mr. Jean Michaud (France)
Ex Member of the French High Court

Mrs.Carmen Moriyón Entrialgo
Mayoress of Gijon and President of the SIBI Foundation
Mr. Pedro Sanjurjo González
President of the House of Representatives of the Principality of Asturias (JGPA)
Mr. Jacobo Cosmen  Menéndez
President ALSA Group
Mr. Félix Baragaño Suárez
President of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Shipping of Gijón
Mrs. Mª Antonia Fernández Felgueroso
Attorney General of the Principality of Asturias
Mr. Jorge Antuña Rodríguez
Director of the Eastern-Gijón Teachers and Resources Center (C.P.R)
Mr. Pablo Ramos Vallina
President of COFAS (Asturian Pharmaceutical Cooperative)
Mrs. Dafna Feinholtz
Responsible Bioethics Program, Sector for Social and Human Sciences UNESCO
Closure Intervention
Mrs. Ana Mato Adrover to confirm
Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality

Date and place of the IX World Conference on Bioethics
20,45 h.

Concert given by Royal Covadonga Cultural Group Choral Society

21,00 h. Spanish Wine in honour of the Attendants in the Congress Hall