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2100xxx VUmc Reflection and Participation v5 PROGRAMMA


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2100xxx VUmc Reflection and Participation v5 PROGRAMMA

  1. 1. General informationTarget groupThe programme is meant for PhD-students, researchers and healthcare professionals. Reflection and ParticipationVenue in Health CareThe master classes and symposium will be held in the Auditorium at the Main master classes, symposium and inaugural lecturesBuilding of the VU University Amsterdam, De Boelelaan 1105, Amsterdam, theNetherlands. The inaugural lectures will be held in the Aula at the same building.ParkingThe Main Building of the VU University Amsterdam can be easily reached by publictransport. Around the university there is paid parking. Because of constructionactivities, parking is limited.Way of paymentOnline registration is possible through Payment willbe done by iDEAL.Registration• € 95,- master class and symposium• € 50,- symposium onlyThe fee includes a free copy of the book by Abma, Widdershoven and colleagues.Please note that you can only choose one master class. Each master class has a limitof 30 participants. Placement is based on first-come-first-serve. Thursday, September 9 th 2010 foto: Nel AppelmelkCancellation AuditoriumNotification of cancellation must be made in writing to PAOG. Cancellation ofregistration will be accepted until August 16th, 2010. The total amount will be Main Buildingrefunded minus € 35,- handling fee. After this date no refunds will be possible. VU University Amsterdam Organisation and information: VU University Medical Center PAOG Course and Congress Organisation The Netherlands Irene van Baardwijk and Jitta Reddingius PO Box 7057 1007 MB Amsterdam, The Netherlands telephone +31 (0)20 - 444 8444 fax +31 (0)20 - 444 8445 e-mail: website:
  2. 2. Introduction Programme Keynote speakersHealthcare professionals encounter moral dilemmas on a daily basis. Moral 09.00-09.25 Start registration Dr. Tina Cookdeliberation is a structured approach to reflect on moral dilemmas on the work floor. Tina Cook is senior researcher at the Northumbria University in Newcastle. Her workThrough collective participation in moral reflection, professionals enhance their 09.25-09.30 Welcome concentrates on the methodology of collaborative action research with people whounderstanding of good care. Prof. dr. T.A. Abma and Prof. dr. G.A.M. Widdershoven are harder to involve in research. Her master class will be devoted to methodological issues surrounding collaborative work like dealing with the ‘messy’ character ofPatients and clients have their own perspectives on quality of life and care. 09.30-11.30 Master classes such work. Her lecture is about a collaborative project she undertook with menDeliberative approaches help to engage both clients and professionals in a mutual • Collaborative Action Research by Dr. Tina Cook with learning disabilities in a forensic psychiatric setting and their notions of ethicalprocess of relational empowerment and transformational change. Reflection and • Mixed Methods by Prof. dr. Jennifer Greene are part of this process. • Empirical ethics in psychiatry by Prof. dr. Tony Hope • Clinical ethics in the medical curriculum by Prof. dr. Rosamond Rhodes Prof. dr. Jennifer GreeneThis symposium presents recent developments regarding reflection and participation Jennifer Greene is a Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Illinois atin healthcare. The themes will be discussed from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. 11.30-12.30 Lunch Urbana-Champaign. She has published on mixed methods and program evaluation. Her master class will provide an overview of the methodology and the potential ofThe symposium is organised prior to the two inaugural lectures of 12.30-12.40 Welcome mixed methods approaches to social inquiry. In her lecture she will share her workProf. dr. Tineke A. Abma (The Mosae Chair Client participation in Elderly care) and Prof. dr. ir. Hans Brug, scientific director EMGO+ Research Institute for on educative, values-engaged evaluation, an approach rooted in responsive andProf. dr. Guy A.M. Widdershoven (Philosophy and Ethics of Medicine). Health and Care Research democratic approaches to evaluation, but one that foregrounds commitments to equity, which in the US first and foremost deals with ethnic minorities and the poor.Participants will receive a free copy of the book that will be launched to present the 12.40-13.10 Patient Perspectives in Empirical Ethicswork that has been done by PhD students and colleagues of Abma and Widdershoven. Prof. dr. Tony Hope Prof. dr. Tony Hope Tony Hope is Professor of Medical Ethics at the University of Oxford and honoraryWe look forward to welcoming you all on Thursday, September 9th 2010. 13.10-13.40 Researching Notions of Ethical Research with Men with consultant psychiatrist. He was the founding director of the Ethox Centre which Learning Disability carries out research, teaching and clinical consultation in ethics close to healthcareTineke A. Abma and Guy A.M. Widdershoven Dr. Tina Cook practice and medical research. He will use examples taken from interviews withDepartment of Medical Humanities people with anorexia nervosa reflecting on the experiences of the disorder andVU University Medical Center / EMGO+ Research Institute for Health and Care Research 13.40- 14.00 Break & tea therapy to raise conceptual issues underlying some ethical questions. 14.00-14.30 Clinical Ethics and Medical Education Prof. dr. Rosamond Rhodes Prof. dr. Rosamond Rhodes Rosamond Rhodes is Director of Bioethics Education and Professor of Medical Education at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. She is also Professor of Philosophy 14.30-15.00 Values Engaged Evaluation with Ethnic Minorities at The Graduate Center, CUNY, and Associate Director and Professor of Bioethics in the Prof. dr. Jennifer Greene Union-Mount Sinai Bioethics Program. Her work draws on classical and contemporary moral and political philosophy to address a broad range of issues in bioethics. Her 15.00-15.45 Break & tea master class will explain a model of clinical moral reasoning and show how it can be used in structuring a curriculum and in assessing ethics competency. Her lecture will 15.45-16.15 Herinneringen en dromen van zeggenschap provide an overview of the goals and aims of a medical school program in ethics. Prof. dr. Tineke A. Abma 16.15-16.45 Reflectie als interventie Prof. dr. Guy A.M. Widdershoven 16.45-18.00 Reception