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XV Annual Conference of the ISCB– Barcelona, September 20th and 21st, 2018
on 2018/6/28 12:50:06 (760 reads)

The International Society for Clinical Bioethics (ISCB), the Borja Institute of Bioethics-Ramon Llull University, the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu and the SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital have the pleasure of announcing the celebration of the XV ISCB Annual Conference, that will take place in Barcelona on September 20th and 21st, 2018.

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European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics annual conference
on 2017/9/13 12:29:48 (4509 reads)

IBB hosts European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics annual conference in Barcelona

Barcelona, September 8th 2017. IBB-URL and European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics (EACME) organise 2017 Annual Conference from September 7th to 9th in Edifici Docent in Sant Joan de Déu (Barcelona). This international conferences gathers more than 200 people related to bioethics.

Under the title Justice in Health Care – Values in Conflict, 2017 EACME Annual Conference will deal with conflicts related to justice in relation to four big topics, so called “Determinants of Health”, “Sanitary systems: at the service of what?”, “Justice and Vulnerability”, and “The role of professionals and research”.

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Paper of European Forum for Good Clinical Practices Conference
on 2012/10/25 21:38:53 (2343 reads)

SESSION 1. Consent and writing information for research participants. Stanimir Hasurdjiev, Hugh Davies, Victòria Cusí

SESSION 2. Adapting the informed consent process to patients' needs. Coloma Moreno, Pilar Hereu, Gerhard Fortwengel

SESSION 3. Clinical trials in emergency settings. Ernst Singer, Haleema Shakur, Piotr Iwanowski

SESSION 4. New clinical trial legislation proposal. Ingrid Klingmann, Cristina Avendaño Solà

SESSION 5. Doing what we can within the current directives. César Hernández, Esteban Herrero-Martínez

Workshop 1. A risk-based approach to patient information? Ingrid Klingmann

Workshop 2. Can technology improve the informed consent process? Deborah Mascalzoni, Rauha Tulkki-Wilke

Workshop 3. Experiences with national differences in information package constitution. Heike Mehrer, Nicky Dodsworth, Material1, Material2

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European Forum for Good Clinical Practices Regional Conference
on 2012/10/25 21:19:21 (2679 reads)

The Institut Borja de Bioètica and the EFGCP, in collaboration with the Fundación Víctor Grífols i Lucas, organised the first EFGCP Regional Conference in Barcelona, which turned out to be a success, both in terms of content and attendance.

The Conference was structured on the basis of five main topics: 1) Informed written consent by patients, including the optimisation of contents and clinical paediatric trials; 2) The patient’s needs, in terms of the information required, and the design of the Patient Information Sheet proposed by the EFGCP.

3) Clinical research in emergency conditions and how to initiate it without delaying patient care; 4) The recent European Commission proposal on the new legislative framework for clinical trials, currently under debate, along with its repercussions in Spain; and 5) Possible actions under current legislation to improve the dynamics of clinical trials.

Each of these questions was dealt with at a round table with representatives from Spain and different European countries. Three simultaneous workshops also allowed for in depth debate to take place on questions such as: A Risk-based Approach to Patient Information; the role of new technologies in improving the informed consent process; and Experiences with National Differences in Information Package Constitution. As well as the exchange of opinions between experts from different European nationalities, the results of these workshops were also shared and debated at a plenary session.

The contents of the papers are offered on this web (see detail) and on the EFGCP web (www.efgcp.be). The organisers would like to thank all of those that attended the Conference, along with the numerous messages of support received for the presentation of a European collaboration activity of great interest, in favour of patients, ethics and the advance of biomedical research.

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Decease of Doctor Francesc Abel i Fabre
on 2012/1/9 16:03:00 (3000 reads)

Unfortunately, 2012 starts with sad news for our institution, because Dr. Francesc Abel i Fabre, s.j. died last 31th December, at the age of 78 years old. He was the pioneer of European Bioethics, after being educated in the USA, at Georgetown, side by side of Dr. André Hellegers, while the Kennedy Institute of Ethics was founded. He set up our centre in Catalonia, in 1976, and he was one of the founders of our European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics, in 1986, institution in which he has been involved and participated throughout these 25 years. He developed bioethics around the world, with the International Study Group on Bioethics (1980-1994), and has been a reference for development bioethics in Latin America.

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