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1 Page 1 FAB World Congress 2014 Mexico City, June 23-25 Healthcare Ethics: Local, Global, Universal

2 Page 2 Monday, June 23 – morning sessions TimeRoom 1Room 2Room 3 9:00-9:30 Chair Welcome: Introductions, housekeeping 9:30-10:30 Plenary Session 1 Chair: Debora Diniz – Brazil Abortion and Conscientious Objection: Local Stories to a Global Understanding Florencia Luna – Argentina, Ana Cristina Gonzalea Velez – Colombia, Maria Luisa Sanchez - Mexico 10:30-11:00Coffee Break 11:00-12:00Mental Health Session Chair: Pamela Lomelino “Feminist Bioethics and ‘Posttraumatic Growth’” Ami Harbin “Forced Treatment of the Severely Mentally Ill” Norah Martin Healthcare Systems Session Chair: Elizabeth Victor “Can a Healthcare System Include Ancillary Care?” Monique Lanoix “Autonomy, Healthcare, and Institutional Constraints” Sonya Charles Risk and Protection Session Chair: Dirce Guilhem “Floodgates and Suspicion: Women and Suicide Risk in the Irish Public Discourse on Abortion” Heike Felzmann “Protecting Future People: A Feminist Analysis of Intergenerational Justice in a Context of Possible Reproductive Harms” Isabel Karpin & Roxanne Mykitiuk

3 Page 3 Monday, June 23 – afternoon sessions TimeRoom 1Room 2Room 3 12:00-1:00 Implicit Bias Session Chair: James Dwyer “The Sedimentation of Bias in Medical Institutions” Rebecca Kukla & Bryce Huebner “Developing a Deaf Feminist Bioethics: The Case of Cochlear Implants” Teresa Blankenmeyer Burke Medical Tourism Session Chair: Viola Schubert-Lehnhardt “Domestic Implications for the International Regulation of Reproductive Travel in the U.S. and Canada” Katy Fulfer “An Industry Out-of-the-Closet: LGBTI Medical Tourism” Jason Behrmann Childbirth Session Chair: Vasiliki Petousi “Achieving Reproductive Justice in Childbirth” Allison Wolf “The Case Against Cesarean Delivery on Maternal Request in Labor” Paul Burcher & Lisa Campo Engelstein 1:00-2:30Lunch Country Reps Meeting 1:30-2:30 Lunch 2:30-4:00 Clinical Research Session Chair: Gillian Crozier “Autonomy and Exploitation in International Clinical Research” Danielle Wenner “Is It Ethical to Exclude Pregnant Women from Clinical Research?” Anna Smajdor & Laura Bowater Perplexities and Paradoxes Session Chair: Claire Morrissey “What Disaster Ethics Can Learn from Feminist Bioethics” James Dwyer “Paradoxes of Resistance: Public Health, Childhood Vaccines, and the Moral Work of Motherhood” Alison Thompson 4:00-4:30Coffee Break 4:30-5:30Plenary Session 2 Chair: Sergio Rego Choices and Tensions: Childcare Strategies of Mexican Mothers Working at Feminist Organizations Roberta Flores Angeles & Olivia Tena Guerrero

4 Page 4 Monday, June 23 – evening agenda Tuesday, June 24 – morning sessions Monday, June 23 TimeRoom 1Room 6:00-7:00 IJFAB Reception Hosted by Stony Brook University 7:00-10:00Working Dinner for IJFAB Board Members Tuesday, June 24 TimeRoom 1Room 2Room 3 9:00-10:30 Plenary Session 3 Chairs: Lindsey Porter & Stephen Wilkinson Ethics of Uterus Transplantation Jacques Balayla, Ariel Lefkowitz, Ruby Catsanos, Mianna Lotz, Timothy Murphy 10:30-11:00Coffee Break 11:00-12:30 Panel Session Chair: Rebecca Kukla “Caring from the Outside” Andrea Pitts, Alison Reiheld, Elizabeth Victor Panel Session Chair: Jennifer Parks “Moral Pioneers: The Role of the Public in Bioethical Deliberation” Jackie Leach Scully & Hilde Lindemann 12:30-2:00Lunch

5 Page 5 Tuesday, June 24 – afternoon sessions TimeRoom 1Room 2Room 3 2:00-3:30 Global Health Session Chair: Ami Harbin “A Feminist Bioethics Approach to Global Occupational Health and Safety” Angela Thachuck “Something Fell Out: A Comparison of Standards of Care for Uterine Prolapse in Nepal” Jacob Dahlke “The Doha Model of Organ Donation and Transplantation: Thinking Beyond Citizenship” Dominique Elizabeth Martin & Riadh Fadhil Embodiment Session Chair: Carolyn Ells “Just Modeling? Eating Disorders and Feminist Concerns” Galya Hildesheimer & Hemda Gur-Arie “Individual Responsibility, Empowerment, and Moral Obligation to ‘Fix’ the ‘Broken’ Reproductive Body” Vasiliki Petousi, Irina Sifaki, & Toni M. Calasanti “The Negative Side of Positive Thinking for Women with Breast Cancer” Erin Fredricks Moral Theory Session Chair: Timothy Murphy “On the Necessity of Universals in Bioethics” Mary Rawlinson “A Feminist Account of the Nature and Importance of the Concept of ‘Dignity’ for Bioethics” Clair Morrissey “Standpoint Theory and Healthcare: The Zapatista Experience” Carol Quinn & Sergio Gallagos 3:30-4:00Coffee Break 4:00-5:30 Transnational Contract Pregnancy Session Chair: “Guinea Pigs and Baby Ovens: The Objectification of Vulnerable Populations in Transnational Human Subjects Research and Commercial Contract Pregnancy” Emma Ryman “Feminist Issues in Domestic and Transnational Surrogacy: The Case of Japan” Jennifer Parks “At the Intersections of Emotional and Biological Labor: Understanding Transnational Surrogacy as Social Redemption” Gillian Crozier, Jennifer Johnson, & Christopher Hazler Gametes and Embryos Session Chair: Jackie Leach Scully “Genes, Gametes and Embryos: The Politics of Reproductive Material Disposition” Alisa C. von Hagel & Daniela Mansbach “Prenatal Screening, Women’s Reproductive Autonomy, and Individualized Choice” Stephen Wilkinson Infertility Session Chair: Sergio Rego “Fertility Preservation Technologies for Children: The Risk of ‘Sexualizing’ Children Involved in Stage 1 Fertility Preservation Decision-making” Angel Petropanagos “Toward a Public Health Approach to Infertility” Marie-Eve Lemoine & Vardit Ravitsky “Infertility and Reproductive Loss in the Paintings of Frida Kahlo” Sylvia Hübel

6 Page 6 Tuesday, June 24 – evening agenda Wednesday, June 25 Tuesday, June 24 TimeRoom 1Room 2Room 3 5:30-7:00 FAB General Meeting 7:30 Banquet Wednesday, June 25 TimeDon Alberto 1-4 8:30-9:30 Plenary Crossover FAB-IAB Session Chairs: Angus Dawson and Manuel H. Ruiz de Chavez Health, Safety, and Women’s Human Rights: A World-wide Culture of Sexual Violence Against Women Speaker: Ruth Macklin Commentary: Søren Holm

7 Page 7 Hilton Mexico City Reforma Av. Juarez #70. Colonia Centro, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, 06010, Mexico TEL: 52-55-5130-5300 FAX: 52-55-5130-5255 Conference Venue

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