Conference of the Asian Bioethics Association in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 3-7 November 2008

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Preliminary call for papers
Research findings, discussion papers, and other contributions dealing with topics in bioethics and related disciplines are welcomed. The Ninth Asian Bioethics Conference of the Asian Bioethics Association in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 3-7 November 2008

Bioethics in Asia: healthy and productive life in harmony with nature

Preliminary call for papers
Research findings, discussion papers, and other contributions dealing with topics in bioethics and related disciplines are welcomed.
Papers are invited on, but not limited to, the following themes:
# Asian Bioethics
# Bioethics Education
# Can virtues be taught?
# Cross-cultural Bioethics
# Islamic Bioethics
# Environmental Ethics
# Biomedical and Biosciences Ethics
# Ethical Issues in Disaster Research and Management
# Ethnic Conflicts and Peaceful Co-existence
# Ethical Issues in Biomedical Research
# Ethical Issues on Organ Transplantation
# Ethics and Intellectual Property
# Public Health Ethics
# Science and Society
# Technology and Culture
# Ethics of Emerging Technologies / Nanoethics
# Neuroethics
Preliminary deadline for receipt of abstracts for papers (200 words max)* and proposed sessions (with lists of speakers and titles) is 31 January 2008, to Email: amru96@cbn.net.id; kent001@lipi.go.id; info@kbnindonesia.org
The specific objectives of the ABC9 are:
• to identify issues in the enforcement of law, rules and guidelines and other regulatory means of ‘good research practice’ of basic and applied researches leading to quality health care involving human subjects in accordance with the universally accepted bioethical norms;
• to interpret and apply the precautionary approach; where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost-effective measures to prevent environmental degradation; and
• to recognize and duly support the vital role in environmental management and development of local communities because of their knowledge and traditional practices.
This event will be organized by the ABA and Indonesian National Bioethics Commission, with the cooperation of UNESCO, WHO, and FAO. The local cooperating bodies and agencies will include industries, universities, and NGOs.
The updated information will be placed on the website: http://www.kbnindonesia.org
*Persons who wish to apply for limited scholarship support should also submit a letter of explanation and resume. The conference will also make judgments for the best student presentations.
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