segunda-feira, 26 de setembro de 2011

4th INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHY OF MEDICINE ROUNDTABLE


University of the Basque Country, Donostia - San Sebastian, Spain

Sponsored by the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences (UPV/EHU), and the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science (UNED)

Registration and more information: http://philosmed.org

2011 PROGRAM

Wednesday, November 2

8: 45 Welcome to the Roundtable: Jeremy Simon (Columbia)&  the local organizers

9:00-10:30 INVITED SPEAKER: Alfredo Morabia (Columbia University)
'Nazism and Public Health: Are they compatible?'
Chair: Miriam Solomon (Temple University)

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-13:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS I
Chair: Antonio Casado (UPV/EHU)
•       Havi Carel (UWE):  Illness as a philosophical category
•       James Krueger (U. Redlands):  The Explanatory Nature of Disease
•       Maël Lemoine (U. Tours):  Defining disease beyond conceptual analysis
•       Lauren  Ross (U. Pittsburgh):  Value, Dysmenorrhea and the Definition of Disease

LUNCH

14:30-16:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS II
Chair: Jeremy R. Simon (Columbia)
•       Jason Robert (Arizona State University):  Cultivating clinical wisdom: What? Why? And how?
•       Kathryn Tabb (U. Pittsburgh):  What Good are Natural Kinds for the Philosopher of Medicine?
•       James Hitt (Saginaw Valley State University):  Vegetative State as a Postulate of Medical Knowledge

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-18:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS III
Chair: Arantza Etxeberria (UPV/EHU)
•       Barbara Osimani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore):  Risk aversion and the precautionary principle in the pharmaceutical domain: a philosophical enquiry
•       Sean Valles (Michigan State University):  Narrow Evolutionary Biology and Dubious Clinical Medicine in Evolutionary Medicine
•       Marie Darrason (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne): Unifying diseases through common genetic mechanisms : the example of the genetic theory of infectious diseases

Thursday, November 3

9:00-10:30 INVITED SPEAKER: Brian Hurwitz (King's College, London)
'Construing Clinical Cases - Some Compositional Challenges'
Chair: Fred Gifford (Michigan State University)

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-13:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS IV
Chair: Kirstin Borgerson (Dalhousie University)
•       Jeremy Howick (Oxford):  Why mechanisms rarely bridge the gap between randomized trials and ‘target’ populations: a reply to Cartwright
•       Elselijn  Kingma (King’s College, London):  EBM: mistaking hierarchies of evidentiary tools for evidence
•       Adam La Caze (U. Queensland):  Large randomized trials and therapeutic decisions
•       Mila Petrova (U. Exeter):  (How) Can Philosophical Debates on Variety of Evidence in Medicine Benefit "Health Research Synthesis" Studies?

LUNCH

14:30-16:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS V
Chair: Jeremy Howick (Oxford)
•       Kirstin Borgerson (Dalhousie University): Shifting the Burden of Justification in Clinical Trial Design
•       Daniele Chiffi (University of Padova):  In and Out of the Black Box: The ‘Inferential Challenge’ of Weak Associations
•       Cecilia Nardini (University of Milan):  Monitoring in Clinical Trials: the Need to Reform

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-18:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS VI
Chair: Havi Carel (UWE)
•       Stéphanie Van Droogenbroeck (Vrije Universiteit Brussel):  A preliminary qualitative analysis of the heuristic “Don’t think zebras”
•       Miriam Solomon (Temple University):  “A Troubled Area”: Understanding the controversy over screening mammography for women aged 40-49
•       Michael Cournoyea (University of Toronto): Untangling Complexity and Pluralism in Medical Explanations

18:00-19:00 GENERAL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS
Chair: David Teira (UNED) 



University of the Basque Country, Donostia - San Sebastian, Spain

Sponsored by the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences (UPV/EHU), and the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science (UNED)

Registration and more information: http://philosmed.org

2011 PROGRAM

Wednesday, November 2

8: 45 Welcome to the Roundtable: Jeremy Simon (Columbia)&  the local organizers

9:00-10:30 INVITED SPEAKER: Alfredo Morabia (Columbia University)
'Nazism and Public Health: Are they compatible?'
Chair: Miriam Solomon (Temple University)

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-13:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS I
Chair: Antonio Casado (UPV/EHU)
•       Havi Carel (UWE):  Illness as a philosophical category
•       James Krueger (U. Redlands):  The Explanatory Nature of Disease
•       Maël Lemoine (U. Tours):  Defining disease beyond conceptual analysis
•       Lauren  Ross (U. Pittsburgh):  Value, Dysmenorrhea and the Definition of Disease

LUNCH

14:30-16:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS II
Chair: Jeremy R. Simon (Columbia)
•       Jason Robert (Arizona State University):  Cultivating clinical wisdom: What? Why? And how?
•       Kathryn Tabb (U. Pittsburgh):  What Good are Natural Kinds for the Philosopher of Medicine?
•       James Hitt (Saginaw Valley State University):  Vegetative State as a Postulate of Medical Knowledge

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-18:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS III
Chair: Arantza Etxeberria (UPV/EHU)
•       Barbara Osimani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore):  Risk aversion and the precautionary principle in the pharmaceutical domain: a philosophical enquiry
•       Sean Valles (Michigan State University):  Narrow Evolutionary Biology and Dubious Clinical Medicine in Evolutionary Medicine
•       Marie Darrason (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne): Unifying diseases through common genetic mechanisms : the example of the genetic theory of infectious diseases

Thursday, November 3

9:00-10:30 INVITED SPEAKER: Brian Hurwitz (King's College, London)
'Construing Clinical Cases - Some Compositional Challenges'
Chair: Fred Gifford (Michigan State University)

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-13:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS IV
Chair: Kirstin Borgerson (Dalhousie University)
•       Jeremy Howick (Oxford):  Why mechanisms rarely bridge the gap between randomized trials and ‘target’ populations: a reply to Cartwright
•       Elselijn  Kingma (King’s College, London):  EBM: mistaking hierarchies of evidentiary tools for evidence
•       Adam La Caze (U. Queensland):  Large randomized trials and therapeutic decisions
•       Mila Petrova (U. Exeter):  (How) Can Philosophical Debates on Variety of Evidence in Medicine Benefit "Health Research Synthesis" Studies?

LUNCH

14:30-16:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS V
Chair: Jeremy Howick (Oxford)
•       Kirstin Borgerson (Dalhousie University): Shifting the Burden of Justification in Clinical Trial Design
•       Daniele Chiffi (University of Padova):  In and Out of the Black Box: The ‘Inferential Challenge’ of Weak Associations
•       Cecilia Nardini (University of Milan):  Monitoring in Clinical Trials: the Need to Reform

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-18:00 CONTRIBUTED PAPERS VI
Chair: Havi Carel (UWE)
•       Stéphanie Van Droogenbroeck (Vrije Universiteit Brussel):  A preliminary qualitative analysis of the heuristic “Don’t think zebras”
•       Miriam Solomon (Temple University):  “A Troubled Area”: Understanding the controversy over screening mammography for women aged 40-49
•       Michael Cournoyea (University of Toronto): Untangling Complexity and Pluralism in Medical Explanations

18:00-19:00 GENERAL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS
Chair: David Teira (UNED) 

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