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Distributive Justice in Health : 5-7 October 2011, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal

PROGRAMME

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WEDNESDAY, 5 OCTOBER


17:30h-19h30 : Symposium on Shlomi Segall’s Health, Luck, and Justice (Princeton University Press, 2010)


Room : Auditório novo do Instituto de Letras e Ciências Humanas

Chair : João Cardoso Rosas (CEHUM, University of Minho)

Comments by  :

Lasse Nielsen (University of Aarhus) : Why Luck Egalitarianism Cannot Uphold Justice in Health

David Alvarez (Yale Global Justice Program and University of Vigo) : Global Health Justice at Last ? On the Political Determinants of Health

Martin Marchman Andersen (Copenhagen University) : On Reasonable Avoidability and Lifestyle Diseases

Roberto Merrill (CEHUM, University of Minho) : Value Pluralism, Paternalism and Responsibility for Health

Axel Gosseries (Hoover Chair, Université Catholique de Louvain) : Segall on Fair Health Care. Some Thoughts

Reply by : Shlomi Segall (Hebrew University)


THURSDAY, 6 OCTOBER

Room : Auditório Nobre, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Manuel Villaverde Cabral (Instituto do Envelhecimento/Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa)

8h30-9h00 : Welcome words by : Manuel Villaverde Cabral (Instituto do Envelhecimento/Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa), Miguel Oliveira da Silva (National Ethics Council for the Life Sciences) and Roberto Merrill (CEHUM, University of Minho)

9h00-9h40 : Jonathan Wolff (Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health, University College London) : The Social Determinants of Health and the Human Right to Health

9h40-10h20 : Daniel Weinstock (CRÉUM, University of Montreal) : The Social Determinants of Health Revolution : Some (Moderately) Sceptical Thoughts


10h20-10h50 : Questions

10h50-11h10 : Coffee-break


11h10-11h50 : Nir Eyal (Harvard Medical School) : Fair Chances—The Very Notion

11h50-12h30 Respondent : Geert Demuijnck (EDHEC Business School)

12h30-12h50 : Questions


12H50-14H30 LUNCH


14h30-15h30 : Plenary conference

Room : Auditório Nobre, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Rosalvo Almeida (National Ethics Council for the Life Sciences)

14h30-15h19 : Gustaf Arrhenius (Stockholm University and Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study) : Egalitarian Concerns and Population Change

15h10-15h30 : Questions


Afternoon : Two workshops in parallel sessions

Workshop 1 : Health, Freedom, Responsibility and Sufficiency

Room : Auditório Nobre, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Rosalvo Almeida (National Ethics Council for the Life Sciences)

15h30-15h50 : Tom Grimonprez (Centre for Economics and Ethics - K.U.Leuven) : Why Bad Brute Luck Can Be a Good Thing Too

15h50-16h10 : Carwyn Hooper (Division of Population Health Sciences and Education, St George’s, University of London) : Desert, Responsibility & the Distribution of Health Care Resources


16h10-16h40 : Questions

16h40-17h00 : Coffee break


17h00-17h20 : Carina Fourie (Ethics Research Institute, Department of Philosophy, University of Zurich) : Sufficient Health Care or Health Care as a Means to Sufficiency ?

17h20-17h40 : Paul Kelleher (School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison) : Defending the Capability Approach

17h40-18h : Questions


Workshop 2 : Genetics, the Human Lifespan, and Justice

Room : Sala ED0004, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Giuseppe Ballacci (CEHUM, University of Minho)

15h30-15h50 : Michele Loi (CeSEP - Centro Studi di Etica Pubblica, Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele) : On The Very Idea of Genetic Justice

15h50-16h10 : Simon Jenkins (Centre for Biomedical Ethics, University of Birmingham) : The Ethical Allocation of Gametes Donated for the Purpose of Fertility Treatment


16h10-16h40 : Questions

16h40-17h00 : Coffee break


17h00-17h20 : Laura Capitaine (Bioethics Institute Ghent, Ghent University) : Distributive Justice in Organ Transplantation : The Role of Age in the Allocation of Organs

17h20-17h40 : Agnès Berthelot-Raffard (University of Montreal & Pantheon-Sorbonne ; Visiting Research Fellow- The Oxford Institute of Ageing/University of Oxford) : Public Health and Family Caregiving : Which Distributive Justice ?

17h40-18h : Questions


20H30 : DINNER


FRIDAY, 7 OCTOBER

Morning :

Room : Auditório Nobre, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Alexandra Abranches (CEHUM, University of Minho)

9h00-9h40 : Plenary conference

Iwao Hirose (McGill University) : Aggregation and Health Care

9h40-10h : Questions


Two parallel workshops


Workshop 3 : Justice in the World

Room : Auditório Nobre, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Ruwen Ogien (CNRS-CERSES- Paris V- René Descartes)

10h-10h20 : Pedro Alcântara da Silva and Manuel Villaverde Cabral (Instituto do Envelhecimento, University of Lisbon and Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa) : Equity in Health in Portugal

10h20-10h40 : Valérie Gateau (Institut Curie and Cerses-CNRS) and Philippe Amiel (Social and Human Science Research Unit, Institut Gustave Roussy, Villejuif) : Distributive Justice in Clinical Trials

10h40-11h00 : Vida Panitch (Carleton University) : Health, Justice, and Commodification


11h00-11h30 : Questions

11h30-11h50 : Coffee break


11h50-12h10 : Daniel Wei Liang Wang (University of Sao Paulo Law School) and Octávio Luiz Motta Ferraz (University of Warwick School of Law) : Can Litigation Improve Equity in Access to Health Care ? Public Attorneys, the Right to Health and Access to Justice in Sao Paulo City

12h10-12h30 : Questions


Workshop 4 : Social Inequality and the Social Determinants of Health

Room : Sala ED0004, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Rita Ferreira (CEHUM, University of Minho)

10h00-10h20 : Christian Schemmel (Centre for Advanced Studies "Justitia Amplificata - Rethinking Justice" Goethe University Frankfurt) : Relational Equality and the Social Determinants of Health

10h20-10h40 : Ricardo Antunes (ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute) : Social Space and Health Inequalities in Portugal

10h40-11h00 Adina Preda (CREUM, University of Montreal) : A Human Right to Health ?


11h00-11h30 : Questions

11h30-11h50 : Coffee break


11h50-12h10 : Gry Wester (UCL) : What is so Special About the Social Inequalities in Health ?

12h10-12h20 : Questions


12h30-14h30 LUNCH


Afternoon : plenary session

Room : Auditório Nobre, Escola de Direito, Campus Universitário de Gualtar

Chair : Miguel Oliveira da Silva (National Ethics Council for the Life Sciences)

14h30-15h10 : Dan Wikler (Harvard Medical School) : Research Ethics as Distributive Justice

15h10-15h50 Respondent : Ruwen Ogien (CNRS-CERSES- Paris V- René Descartes)


15h50-16h30 : Questions

16h30-16h50 : Coffee break


16h50-17h30 : Greg Bognar (Center for Bioethics, New York University) : Equality, Priority, and Empirical Ethics

17h30-18h10 Shlomi Segall (Hebrew University) : Lucky Strikes : Justice Between Smokers

18h10-18h40 : Questions and final debate


20H30 : DINNER


Scientific Committee : Nir Eyal (Harvard), Shlomi Segall (Hebrew University), Daniel Weinstock (Montreal), Daniel Wikler (Harvard), Jonathan Wolff (University College London)


Contact : Roberto Merrill (nrbmerrill@gmail.com)

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