Announcement of forthcoming annual meeting

2nd Annual Meeting of Japan Association for Clinical Ethics

2nd , in March, 2014 at Tokyo

PROGRAM
Key Note Lecture
"Ethics of Dementia Care"
Dr. Stephen G. Post (Stony Brook University, New York)



Annual meeting of the past

1st Annual Meeting of Japan Association for Clinical Ethics

10th , in March, 2013 at Tokyo

PROGRAM
9:00-9:10
Congratulatory Speech
Ministry of health, Labor and Welfare
Japan Medical Association
9:10-9:30
Speech by Chairperson of 1st Annual Meeting
9:30-11:30
Report by 10 Section Meetings;
" What are the issues in each section?"
@Acute Disease
AChronic disease & medicine for the elderly
BHome Care
CEnd-of-Life Care & Palliative care
DDementia & Psychiatry disease
EPediatrics
FReproductive medicine
GForefront medicine ; organ transplantation; genetic disease
HQuick Response for current topics
IEthics Education
11:40-12:40
Luncheon Seminar
T; When should we stop or continue Chemotherapy for the person with end-stage cancer?
U; Ethical issues on Palliative care at home
12:45-13:45
Key Note Lecture
The Role of Ethics Consultation;
-To identify, analyze and resolve ethical dilemma in everyday medical practices -
14:30-15:20
[Hall.1] Ethics Consultation (1)
Life-Prolonging treatment for the person with end-stage dementia
[Hall.2] Ethics Consultation (2)
Is Restraint allowed to prevent bone fracture?
[Hall.3] Ethics Consultation (3)
What is appropriate DNAR order?
What should we do to support a patient after DNAR order?
[Hall.4] Revolution in Genetic Medicine and Ethical issues
15:30-16:20
[Hall.1] Ethics Consultation (1)
Life-Prolonging treatment for the person with end-stage dementia
[Hall.2] Ethics Consultation (2)
Is Restraint allowed to prevent bone fracture?
[Hall.3] Ethics Consultation (3)
What is appropriate DNAR order?
What should we do to support a patient after DNAR order?
[Hall.4] To think about my own end-of-life care seriously
-from a viewpoint of patient group-