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Ráðstevna: Deyðin í durunum - avgerðir við lívsenda

fríggjadagur 15.09.2017, kl. 08:15, Háskúli Íslands, Reykjavík

Í september skipar norðurlendska nevndin fyri Bioetikk - Nordic Committee on Bioethics - fyri ráðstevnu við heitinum:  Deyðin í durunum - avgerðir við lívsenda

Fyriskipararnir spyrja: Skal viðgerð, røkt og umsorgan fyri ólekjandi sjúklingum umfata møguleikan fyri deyðshjálp ella lækna-stuðli til sjálvmorð? Hvørgin møguleikin er loyvdur í nøkrum norðurlandi, men kanningar vísa, at fólksligi stuðulin til slíka hjálp er vaksandi. 

Ráðstevnan er ókeypis, men tað er neyðugt at boða frá luttøku. Ferð og uppihald rinda luttakarar sjálvir. 

Skráin fyri ráðstevnuna

08.15-09.00 Registration and coffee

09.00-09.15 Opening, welcome

The experience from Canada, Netherlands, Belgium and Oregon.

09:15-09.45 Theo Boer, Professor of Ethics, The Protestant Theological University Groningen, Thirty Years of Euthanasia

09.45-10.15 Wayne Sumner, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, Physician-Assisted Dying: Some Lessons from Canada

10:15-10.45 Anthony Back, Professor of Oncology, University of Washington, Oregon, Clinical Experience with Death with Dignity in Washington and Oregon

10.45-11.15 Coffee and tea

11.15-11:45 Joris Vandenberghe, Professor of Psychiatry, Leuven University, Belgium, Euthanasia in psychiatry: lessons from Belgium

11.45-12.30 Panel discussion

12.30-13.30 Lunch

Debating Euthanasia in the Nordic countries

13.30-14.00 Mette Hartlev, Professor in Health law, Copenhagen University, In whose best interest? Blurred principles in Danish law on end of life decisions.

14.00-14.30 Rurik Löfmark, Associate Professor of medical ethics, Lund University and Karolinska Institute, Are Swedish physicians prepared to assist severely ill patients to suicide? Will this jeopardize trust in medical services?

14.30-15.00 Salvör Nordal, Director, Centre for Ethics, University of Iceland, Preparing for the euthanasia debate in Iceland

15.00-15.30 Morten Horn, Consultant in neurology, Oslo University Hospital and researcher at the Center for Medical Ethics, University of Oslo, Clear, fair and safe: Is it possible to legalize assisted death?

15.30-16.00 Coffee and tea

16.00-16.30 Auli Vahakangas, Professor in Pastoral theology, University of Helsinki, Arguments for and against Euthanasia in Finland

16.30-17.00 Ingemar Engström, MD, Professor, Örebro University, Facts and values in the Swedish debate on euthanasia

17.00-17.30 Erna Haraldsdóttir, Director of Education and Research and Senior Lecturer, St Columba's Hospice & Queen Margaret University, The euthanasia debate and implications for palliative care practice

17.30-18.15 Panel discussion

Kelda: Nordforsk