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14 listopada 2019: Seminarium badawcze - dr Jan Piasecki (Zakład Filozofii i Bioetyki UJ CM) - The dilemmas of research ethics in the era of learning health‐care systems

14 listopada 2019: Seminarium badawcze - dr Jan Piasecki (Zakład Filozofii i Bioetyki UJ CM) - The dilemmas of research ethics in the era of learning health‐care systems

Interdyscyplinarne Centrum Etyki UJ (INCET) zaprasza na seminarium badawcze w ramach projektu BIOUNCERTAINTY. Wykład pt. „The dilemmas of research ethics in the era of learning health‐care systems” wygłosi dr Jan Piasecki z Zakładu Filozofii i Bioetyki UJ CM. Spotkanie odbędzie się w czwartek, 14 listopada 2019 r. o godz. 17.30 w Instytucie Filozofii UJ (sala 25).

Dr Jan Piasecki - adiunkt w Zakładzie Filozofii i Bioetyki. Kieruje projektem finansowanym ze środków Narodowego Centrum Nauki “Uczące się systemy opieki zdrowotnej – etyczne zasady tworzenia i funkcjonowania” (Sonata 10, UMO-2015/19/D/HS1/00991).

 

Abstrakt: In my speech I will attempt to answer the question of how the ethical and conceptual framework (ECF) for a learning health‐care system (LHS) affects the main controversies in research ethics by addressing five problems: (a) What is the difference between practice and research? (b) What is the relationship between research ethics and clinical ethics? (c) What is the ethical relevance of the principle of clinical equipoise? (d) Does participation in research require a higher standard of informed consent than the practice of medicine? and (e) What ethical principle should take precedence in medicine? These questions allow to construct two opposite idealized positions on the distinction between research and practice: the integration model and the segregation model of research and practice. I then compare the ECF for an LHS with these two idealized positions. I argue that the ECF for a LHS does not, in fact, solve these problems, but that it is a third, separate position in the relationship between research ethics and clinical ethics. Moreover, I suggest that the ECF for a LHS raises new ethical problems that require additional ethical analysis and justification. My speech is based on the article that I wrote with V. Dranseika. The article contributes to the discussion on the relationship between research ethics and clinical ethics, revealing that although a learning health‐care system may significantly change the landscape of health care, some ethical dilemmas still require resolving on both theoretical and policy‐making levels.

 

Spotkanie odbędzie się w języku angielskim.

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