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BIOUNCERTAINTY - ERC Starting Grant no. 805498

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Conference “Protection of data in scientific research”

The Department of Professional Ethics at the Institute of Philosophy UJ, in collaboration with Interdisciplinary Center for Ethics UJ and the Polish Bioethics Society, are organizing a conference entitled “Protection of data in scientific research”. The aim of the conference is to discuss the complex problems of the right to privacy and the right for personal data protection faced by researchers in different disciplines of science.

The working language of the conference will be Polish.

 

PROGRAM

28 listopada 2019 (Collegium Maius, Libraria)

14.55-15.05 – rejestracja uczestników konferencji

15.05-15.15 – otwarcie konferencji

15.15-16.00 – prof. dr hab. Jerzy Brzeziński „Badania eksperymentalne w psychologii: standardy etyczne versus standardy metodologiczne”

16.00-16.45 – prof. dr hab. prof. Tomasz Grzyb „Dylematy ulicznego psychologa. Ochrona danych osobowych uczestników badania w warunkach eksperymentu terenowego”

16.45-17.30 – dr hab. Michał Wierzchoń, prof. UJ „Ochrona danych osobowych w projektach realizowanych w konsorcjach: przypadek sieci SkuldNet poświęconej badaniom neuronalnej architektury świadomości”

17.30-18.15 – dyskusja

18.15-18.30 – przerwa kawowa

18.30-19.15 – Antoni Sułek „Dylematy badacza społecznego związane z respektowaniem autonomii i prywatności ludzi i zbiorowości”

19.15-20.00 – dr hab. Hubert Kaszyński, prof. UJ „Dylematy ochrony prywatności osób chorych psychicznie uczestniczących w badaniach naukowych”

20.00-20.30 - dyskusja

 

29 listopada 2019 (Collegium Maius, sala im. Michała Bobrzyńskiego)

10.25-10.30 – otwarcie drugiego dnia konferencji

10.30-11.15 – prof. dr hab. n. med. Michał Witt „Czy dane genetyczne da się zabezpieczyć?”

11.15-12.00 – dr hab. Jakub Pawlikowski „Ochrona danych w podmiotach biobankujących ludzki materiał biologiczny dla celów badań naukowych”

12.00-12.45 – dr hab. Joanna Haberko, prof. UAM „Dopuszczalność prowadzenia badań naukowych na ludzkim materiale biologicznym pochodzącym z amputowanych kończyn osób żyjących oraz ze zwłok”

12.45-13.30 – dyskusja

13.30-15.30 – Walne Zgromadzenie PTB

15.30-17.00 – przerwa obiadowa

17.00-17.45 – dr hab. n. med. Joanna Didkowska (tytuł wystąpienia zostanie uzupełniony w późniejszym terminie)

17.45-18.30 – dr n. med. Piotr Iwanowski „Badania kliniczne leków – dostęp do informacji, dostęp do danych”

18.30-19.00 – dyskusja

19.45 – uroczysty bankiet

 

30 listopada 2019 r. (Collegium Maius, sala im. Michała Bobrzyńskiego)

10.25-10.30 – otwarcie trzeciego dnia konferencji

10.30-11.15 – prof. dr hab. Wojciech Załuski „Prawo do prywatności: ujęcia krytyczne”

11.15-12.00 – dr hab. Maria Boratyńska „Poufność danych zdrowotnych pacjentów o ograniczonej bądź wyłączonej kompetencji decyzyjnej”

12.00-12.30 – dyskusja

12.30-12.45 – przerwa kawowa

12.45-13.30 – dr Dorota Krekora-Zając „Wtórne wykorzystanie danych osobowych przez biobanki”

13.30-14.15 – dr hab. Wojciech Cyrul „Prawne aspekty ochrony danych w badaniach klinicznych”

14.15 - 15.00 - dyskusja

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International conference 'Evidence in Law and Ethics' (ELE2019)

4th-5th April 2019

 

The Institute of Philosophy, the Department of Legal Theory, the Centre for Law, Language and Philosophy, and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics at the Jagiellonian University organize the workshop on “Evidence in Law and Ethics” to be held on the 4-5th April 2019 in Kraków.

Keynote speakers:

Christian Dahlman (Lund)

Martin Smith (Edinburgh)

Topics:

  • Epistemic risk and the role of non-epistemic values in ethical and legal evidential reasoning.
  • Reasonable doubt, higher-order evidence, statistical evidence, evidentiary thresholds in law and ethics.
  • Models of evidential reasoning, standards of proof, and evidence-based heuristics in law and ethics.
  • The concept of testimony in ethical vs legal contexts.
  • Epistemology of legal (esp. court) disagreement.
  • The ethics of belief of laymen, experts, lawyers and the judicial system.

Venue: Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Law and Administration

ul. Bracka 12, Kraków (Sale Reprezentacyjne)


WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

4 IV 2019 (Thursday) – DAY ONE

9:30-10:00  – Coffee, registration

10:00 – Workshop opening

10:10-11:10

Christian Dahlman (Lund) „Naked Statistical Evidence and the Futility of Lawful Conduct”

11:10-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-13:00 – Session I

Amit Pundik (Tel Aviv) „Predictive Evidence and Unpredictable Freedom”

Maciej Dybowski, Weronika Dzięgielewska & Wojciech Rzepiński (Poznań) „Reclaiming Evidence – On Exchanging Reasons in Legal Practice”

Piotr Bystranowski, Bartosz Janik, Maciej Próchnicki (Kraków) „Certainty and punishment. An empirical study on the dimensions of evidence”

13:00-14:30 Lunch break

14:30-16:30 – Session II

Marcin Romanowicz (Warszawa) „Forensic Neuropsychology: Are We There Finally?”

Julia Wesołowska (Kraków) „The Theory of Mind of Law. The Interpretation of Scientific Evidence in the Courtroom”

Felix Bräuer & Kevin Baum (Saarlandes) „Trusting Artificial Experts”

Timothy Madigan (Rochester, NY) „W.K. Clifford and “The Ethics of Belief”: Then and Now”


5 IV 2019 (Friday) – DAY TWO

10.00-10.10 Coffee

10:10-11:10

Martin Smith (Edinburgh) „Accuracy, Proof and the Right Against Wrongful Conviction”

11:10-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-12:30 – Session III

Eva Schmidt (Zurich), Andreas Sesing (Saarland), Maximilian Köhl (Saarland) „Bare Statistical Evidence and the Legitimacy of Software-Based Judicial Decisions”

Marvin Backes (St Andrews) „There is No Epistemic Mileage in Legal Cases”

12:30 -14:00 Lunch break

14:00-15:30 – Session IV

Marcin Waligóra (Kraków) „How evidence shape research ethics. A case of pediatric oncology”

Tomasz Herok (Lancaster) „If intuitions are used as evidence in ethics, why are so many of its claims counter-intuitive? The case of ‚after-birth abortion'”.

Tomasz Żuradzki (Kraków) „Reporting Incidental Findings under Uncertainty”

15:30-16:00 Farewell

 

We invite you to take a look at the book of abstracts

Registration: There is NO registration for this event. The event is open to the general public. However, if you wish to attend, please send a short notice to organizers.

Organizers: Adam Dyrda (adam.dyrda@uj.edu.pl) and Tomasz Żuradzki (t.zuradzki@uj.edu.pl).
Any inquiries about the workshop should be directed to both organizers with the subject line containing “Evidence in Law and Ethics”.

Sponsors: The workshop has received funding from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland – National Programme for the Development of Humanities (grant agreement N0 0068/NPRH4/H2b/83/2016) and from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 805498)​.

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Legal and ethical status of medical practice guidelines

8th-9th March 2019

A symposium "Legal and ethical status of guidelines for medical practice" was held in Krakow on March 8-9, 2019, organized by the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Bioethical Society. The conference was an opportunity to discuss the problems arising from creation of guidelines from the point of view of medicine, law and ethics, in particular the recommendations and positions formulated by Polish medical societies.

The symposium "Legal and ethical status of medical practice guidelines" was financed from the funds available from the research project "Justice in healthcare" No. 2013/08 / A / HS1 / 00079. It will be co-organized by the Polish Bioethical Society, the Interdisciplinary Center of Ethics at the Jagiellonian University and the Department of Professional Ethics Research at the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University. We cordially invite you to participate in this meeting! The meeting will take place in the hall of Roman Ingarden (No. 25) at the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University on ul. Grodzka 52 in Krakow.

Program

8 III Friday (14.30 - 19.30)

14.45-15.30 - prof. dr hab. Olga Haus "Incidental findings" in diagnostic genetic tests. What and how to inform patients? "

15.30-16.45 - prof. dr hab. Maciej Małecki "Dilemmas in the process of creating medical guidelines - participant's reflections"

16.45-17.30 - prof. dr hab. Włodzimierz Galewicz "On the normative status of medical practice guidelines"

17.30-17.45 - coffee break

17.45-18.30 - dr Wiktoria Leśniak "The strength of recommendations and preferences of the authors of the guidelines. Does the GRADE methodology help users? "

18.30-19.15 - prof. dr hab. Joanna Haberko "Standards of practicing a profession as part of medically assisted procreation procedures"

9 III Saturday (10.30-15.30)

10.45-11.30 - prof. dr hab. Jan Dobrogowski "Perspectives of Pain Medicine - Quality Standards of Treatment"

11.30-12.15 - dr Paweł Skuczyński "Practice guidelines as an autonomous regulation based on knowledge between law and morality"

12.15-13.00 - dr Tomasz Widłak "Compliance with medical knowledge as a premise for legal assessment of medical activities"

13.00-13.30 - coffee break

13.30-14.15 - prof. dr hab. Romuald Bohatyrewicz "Diagnosis of irreversible cardiac arrest preceding organ procurement - controversy"

14.15-15.00 - prosecutor Anna Filipek-Woźniak "Resignation from futile therapy and diagnosis of irreversible cardiac arrest preceding organ procurement. Prosecutor's perspective ".

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Illness and responsibility

7th-8th December 2018

The subject of the conference: "Sickness and Responsibility", covers two main thematic areas. The first of them is a set of questions related to responsibility for the disease: are we responsible to some extent for our behavior and health conditions, and if so, should we also be held accountable for them in some way. The second, to which the conference was devoted, concerns rather responsibility in the disease: whether and to what extent a sick person, e.g. suffering from a mental disorder, is responsible and can be held responsible for how they behave in their illness and often also due to illness. The two highlighted subjects often strongly relate to each other - such as when we consider the moral or legal responsibility of addicts - but they can also be considered separately. We would like each of them to be exposed from different, but complementary points of view: ethical, legal, medical and psychological.

The Symposium "Sickness and Responsibility", co-organized by the Polish Bioethical Society, the Interdisciplinary Center of Ethics at the Jagiellonian University and the Department of Professional Ethics Research at the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University, is to be an opportunity for such interdisciplinary discussion. We cordially invite you to participate in this meeting! The meeting will take place in the hall of Roman Ingarden (No. 25) at the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University on ul. Grodzka 52 in Krakow. Some conference texts can be viewed in the INCET database.

 

PROGRAM

7 XII Friday (14.30 - 19.30)

14.30 - opening of the symposium

14.45-15.45

Professor dr hab. Bogdan de Barbaro "Can illness be a good?"

15.45-16.45

Professor dr hab. Dominika Dudek "Moral responsibility - psychiatrist's reflections"

16.45-17.00

Speech by Anna Liberadzka, activist of the "Open Doors" Association

17.00-17.30 - coffee break

17.30-18.30

Professor dr hab. Beata Tobiasz-Adamczyk "Life with a disease in a sociological perspective"

18.30-19.30

Dr Ewa Habzda-Siwek "Disease as a co-responsibility of a doctor and patient"

 

XII Saturday (10.00-14.30)

10.00-11.00

Professor dr hab. Małgorzata Opoczyńska-Morasiewicz "Homo patiens. On the other side of the word"

11.00-12.00

Dr hab. Anna Golonka "Sanity of the offender in the context of difficulties related to the assessment of selected atypical conditions"

12.00-12.30 coffee break

12.30-13.30

Professor dr hab. Piotr Kardas "Excessively risky behavior and self-exposure to the risk of harm or illness and the possibility of incurring criminal liability"

13.30 -14.30

Professor dr hab. Wojciech Załuski "Models of criminal liability of the insane"

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Normative aspects of refusal to vaccinate

Normative aspects of refusal to vaccinate - symposium of the Polish Bioethical Society and the Interdisciplinary Center of Ethics at the Jagiellonian University, December 2, 2017, Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University.

 

BLOCK 1: 10.00 - 12.10

10.00-10.25 prof. dr hab. Romuald Krajewski (Supreme Medical Chamber) - "Principles for doctors in relations with patients who refuse effective treatment or prevention"

10.25-10.50 dr. Iwona Paradowska-Stankiewicz (Head of the Epidemiology Laboratory, VPD, Department of Epidemiology, National Institute of Public Health - National Institute of Hygiene) - "Refusal to consent to vaccination seen through the eyes of an epidemiologist"

10.50 -11.15 dr hab. Joanna Haberko (UAM) - "Parental rights to decide on important matters of the child and the obligation to vaccinate"

11.15-11.40 dr Dobrochna Bach Golecka (UW) - "Regulations on preventive vaccinations in international law and European Union law";

11.40-12.10 - 30 minutes of summary discussion

12.10-13.30 Coffee break

BLOCK 2: 13.30-15.15

13.30-13.55 dr hab. Agnieszka Barczak-Oplustil (UJ) - "Criminal law aspects of refusal of vaccination consent"

13.55-14.20 dr Tomasz Żuradzki (UJ) - "Cognitive mechanisms for rejecting scientific consensus: vaccination case"

14.20-14.45 dr hab. Marek Czarkowski (WUM) - "Permissibility to use mandatory vaccinations"

14.45-15.15 - 30 minutes of the summary discussion

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Equality in healthcare

November 11, 2016 in Krakow: Equality in healthcare, a nationwide scientific conference organized by the Polish Bioethical Society together with the Institute of Philosophy and the Interdisciplinary Center of Ethics at the Jagiellonian University.

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On ethical problems of dementia

December 12, 2015 in Krakow: symposium On ethical problems of dementia.

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New medical technologies and the current standard of healthcare

June 5-6, 2014 in Lublin: New medical technologies and the current standard of healthcare, a nationwide scientific conference under the Justice in Healthcare project, co-organized by the Ethics and Philosophy Department of the Medical University of Lublin, the Interdisciplinary Center of Ethics at the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Bioethical Society.

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Why help strangers? Ethical aspects of global justice

December 11-12, 2010 in Krakow: Why help strangers? Ethical aspects of global justice - a conference organized in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University as part of an educational project funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland under the 2010 Development Education program.

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How to ensure ethical conduct of biomedical research?

December 4, 2010 in Warsaw: How to ensure ethical conduct of biomedical research? - a conference organized in cooperation with the Supreme Medical Council Bioethics Center.

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Professional ethics - what and for whom?

Online scientific conference organized in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University.

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Conflicts between doctor's opinion and patient's will

September 26, 2009 in Krakow: Conflicts between doctor's opinion and patient's will - do we need hospital ethics committees? - a symposium organized by the Polish Bioethical Society together with the Institute of Philosophy and the Interdisciplinary Center of Ethics at the Jagiellonian University.

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What reform of bioethical law do Poles need?

October 25, 2008 in Krakow: What reform of bioethical law do Poles need? - a symposium organized in cooperation with the Polish Bioethical Society.

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Ethical and legal boundaries of scientific research

August 29-31, 2008 in Krakow: Ethical and legal boundaries of scientific research - a nationwide scientific conference organized in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Bioethical Society.

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Philosophical and legal aspects of medical ethics codes

May 25-27, 2007: Philosophical and legal aspects of medical ethics codes - internet conference on the "Diametros" Internet Philosophy Service organized in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Bioethical Society.