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Information letter of the international scientific and practical conference "Ethical issues of emergencies: bioethics response to the COVID-19 pandemic" (5-6.10.2021)

SAMARKAND STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE

TASHKENT STATE DENTAL INSTITUTE

  Information mail

  Dear Colleagues!

  We are pleased to inform you that the International Scientific and Practical Conference Ethical Issues of Emergencies: Bioethics Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics will be held on October 5-6, 2021. in Samarkand (Tashkent), Uzbekistan. The conference is planned online.

with the participation:

  • International Society of Clinical Bioethics
  • Samarkand State Medical Institute
  • Tashkent State Dental Institute
  • Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan
  • Kazan State Medical University
  • Kazan State Agrarian University
  • Republican Committee on Clinical Research Ethics
  • UNESCO Chairs in Bioethics of Kazan State Medical University
  • Department of Philosophy and Law of Kazan State Agrarian University

  National health systems are facing significant challenges. However, with the increase in severe cases of COVID-19, serious ethical issues arise that specialists and competent authorities must address when providing medical care to patients. The Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine (Oviedo Convention), the only internationally legally binding instrument in this area, sets out unique human rights standards - also provided for the context of health emergency and crisis management - to guide decisions and practices. , both in clinical and research activities. However, In an environment of uncertainty and limited resources, difficult decisions must be made collectively and individually, and these decisions can have a profound impact on individuals. The scarcity of resources for providing medical assistance to victims in emergency situations determines one of the most difficult ethical problems. Medical professionals face extremely difficult situations and ethical principles can be tested, which can negatively affect the fulfillment of the main task of caring for patients.

  The emergency that arose in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic raised a large number of questions related to accelerated procedures for the creation and use of vaccines, identified the issues of the boundaries of individual freedom and the interests of the majority, showed the new role of digital technologies and not only in medicine, revealed special facets solidarity and responsibility of international health organizations and national governments.

  The main goal of the conference is to conduct a broad discussion of the key problems of bioethics and medical ethics in emergencies, existential risks, biosafety and human rights in different countries of the world with the participation of leading scientists and specialists in the field of medicine, life sciences, philosophy and law, representatives of different religious confessions and public organizations.

  Main topics for discussion:

  Sample Topics:

  • Ethics of Emergencies: History and Present
  • Public confidence in official information about the pandemic
  • Privacy, security, equality, accessibility, data protection and other ethical concerns in emergencies
  • Artificial intelligence and the problem of trusting "smart algorithms"
  • Big data and the problem of causality / reliability of medical diagnostics
  • Big data and the threat of discrimination against people based on physical and genetic characteristics.
  • Digital pass and ethical issues of freedom of citizens in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The COVID-19 pandemic - transforming the doctor-patient relationship
  • "Digital" patient principle of personality autonomy: conflict or interaction?
  • Expanding or changing the content of the concept of informed consent in emergency situations
  • Lack of resources for providing medical care to victims in emergency situations as an ethical problem
  • Ethics of clinical research in emergencies
  • The Role of Clinical Research Ethics Committees in the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Teaching Bioethics: Progress and Challenges

  The appearance of additional topics for discussion is not excluded.

  CHAIRMAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

  Chairman (s) of the organizing committee

  CHAIRMAN:

  RIZAEV ZHASUR ALIMDZHANOVICH - Rector of the Samarkand State Medical Institute, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor

  CO-CHAIRS:

1. ALEXEY STANISLAVOVICH SOZINOV, Rector of Kazan State Medical University, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences (Russia)

2. AIRAT RASIMOVICH VALIEV, Rector of Kazan State Agrarian University, Associate Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences

2. HANS-MARTIN HASS Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the Ruhr University and Senior Fellow at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University (Germany and the USA)

3. TISHCHENKO PAVEL DMITRIEVICH Human Institute, Sector of Humanitarian Expertise and Bioethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chief Researcher, Professor, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia)

4. HAYDAROV NODIR KADIROVICH, Rector of the Tashkent State Dental Institute, Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences

  Deputy Chairmen of the Organizing Committee:

NEZHMETDINOVA FARIDA TANSYKOVNA, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Law, Kazan State Agrarian University, President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics, Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor (Russia)

MUKHAMEDOVA ZAMIRA MUKHAMEDZHANOVNA, Department of Social and Humanitarian Sciences with a course of bioethics, Tashkent State Dental Institute, Doctor of Philosophy, Professor (Uzbekistan)

MAKHMUDOVA AZIZA NUGMANOVNA, Department of Social and Human Sciences, Samarkand State Medical Institute, PhD (Uzbekistan)

  The composition of the organizing committee:

1.GURYLEVA MARINA ELISOVNA, Professor of the Department of Medical Bioethics, Medical Law and History of Medicine, Kazan State Medical University, Doctor of Medical Sciences (Russia)

2.ZIGANSHIN BULAT GUSMANOVICH, Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vice-Rector for Scientific and International Activities of Kazan State Agrarian University, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor (Russia)

3.GREBENSCHIKOVA ELENA GEORGIEVNA, Deputy Director for Research, INION RAS, Professor, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia)

4.POPOVA OLGA VLADIMIROVNA, Head of the Sector for Humanitarian Expertise and Bioethics, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Leading Research Fellow, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia)

5.GORDANA PELCIC, Health Center University of Rijeka - Faculty of Medicine, Secretary General of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics (Croatia)

6.SUSANA VELCIK, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University in Osijek, Vice-President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics (Croatia)

7.SALVADOR RIBAS, Vice President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics, Independent Expert on Medical Ethics (Spain, Catalonia)

8. AMANULLAEV RUSTAM AZIMZHANOVICH, Vice-Rector for Scientific and International Activities of the Tashkent State Dental Institute, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor.

9.ZIYADULLAEV SHUKHRAT HUDAYBERDIEVICH, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation of the Samarkand State Medical Institute, Doctor of Medical Sciences

  CHAIRMAN (CO-CHAIRS) OF THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

  NEZHMETDINOVA FARIDA TANSYKOVNA, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Law, Kazan State Agrarian University, President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences (ICOB), Associate Professor (Russia)

  CO-CHAIRS:

1. MICHAEL TAI, former associate professor at the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) / currently a professor in the department, Chongshan Medical University (Taiwan).

2.SALVADOR RIBAS, Vice President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics Independent Expert on Medical Ethics (Spain, Catalonia)

3.GORDANA PELCIC, Health Center University of Rijeka - Faculty of Medicine, Secretary General of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics (Croatia)

4.TAYOSHI AVAYA, Vice-President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics, Professor of Okayama Shoka University (Japan)

  Deputy Chairman of the Program Committee

  GURYLEVA MARINA ELISOVA, Professor of the Department of Medical Bioethics, Medical Law and History of Medicine, Kazan State Medical University, Doctor of Medical Sciences (Russia)

  Composition of the program committee

1.NEZHMETDINOVA FARIDA TANSYKOVNA, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Law of Kazan State Agrarian University, President of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics, Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor (Russia)

2. GURYLEVA MARINA ELISOVNA, Professor of the Department of Medical Bioethics, Medical Law and History of Medicine, Kazan State Medical University, Doctor of Medical Sciences (Russia)

3.TISCHENKO PAVEL DMITRIEVICH, Institute of Man, Sector of Humanitarian Expertise and Bioethics, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chief Researcher, Professor, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia)

4.LUKA TOMASHEVIC, Professor, University of Split (Croatia)

5.GREBENSCHIKOVA ELENA GEORGIEVNA Deputy Director for Research, INION RAS, Professor, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia)

6.GORDANA PELCIC, Health Center University of Rijeka - Faculty of Medicine, Secretary General of the International Society of Clinical Bioethics (Croatia)

7.FIRUZA YUSUFOVNA NASYROVA, Head of the Laboratory of Biosecurity, Institute of Botany, Physiology and Plant Genetics, Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences

8.POPOVA OLGA VLADIMIROVNA, Head of the Sector for Humanitarian Expertise and Bioethics, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Leading Research Fellow, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia).

9.ASADOV DAMIN ABDURAKHIMOVICH, Chairman of the Bioethical Committee of the Association of Doctors of Uzbekistan, Head of the Department of Public Health of TashIUV, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor

10.MAVLYANOV FARKHOD SHAVKATOVICH, Head of the Department of Scientific Research, Innovation and Training of Scientific and Pedagogical Personnel, SamGMI, Doctor of Medical Sciences

  Information support:

1.ISCB websitehttps://iscb.webnode.com

2.Scientific journal "Kazan Medical Journal"http://kgmu.kcn.ru/kazan-medical-journal.html

3.Scientific journal "Bulletin of Kazan GAU"http://www.vestnik-kazgau.com/

4.Scientific journalhttps://tadqiqot.uz/ru/jurnali/biomedicine/

Official languages:English and Russian.

  It is planned to publish a collection of abstracts with placement in the E-Library and registration in the RSCI. Full-fledged articles will be recommended in journals indexed by the international SCOPUS and WoS databases.

  Requirements for publication of an article will specifically depend on the journal, but in general they must comply with international requirements for such articles. The list of magazines will be presented shortly.

  Important dates:

Registration starts and abstracts submission - 31.07.2021.

The deadline for submitting applications / registration form for full-time participation is 08/31/2021.

The deadline for submitting abstracts is 08/31/2020.

Notification of acceptance / rejection of abstracts - until 09/05/2021.

Articles submission start - 09/30/2021

Deadline for submission of articles -15.10.2021

  Attention!Information about the registration fee, requirements for the publication of the article will be provided in the 2nd message.

  Registration formconference participant *

Full name

Academic title, degree

Position

Organization

Address

Country

Work / mobile phone

Mobile phone

Email

Section name

Title of the report

Co-authors

Suggestions and recommendations

* The name of the file with the registration form must include:

  ISCB_2021_reg_name and surname (in English), formatted only in * .doc or * .docx format. , should be sent to the addresses of the Conference Secretariat.

  For more information, please contact the Conference Secretariat:

For all questions related to participation in the conference, the formation of the program, assistance in the placement of an associated partnership, etc. please contact:

Executive Secretary - Ulugbek Ochilovulugbek_o@mail.ru

To the President of the IOKB Farida Nezhmetdinovanadgmi@mail.ru

Executive Secretary of the IOCB - Pelchik Gordanepelcicgo@medri.hr

Vice-President of the IOCB - Salvador Ribassalvador.ribas@gmail.com

Honorary member of the IOCB - Marina Gurylevameg4478@mail.ru

  Requirements for abstracts

The final decision on the inclusion of the report in the conference program is made by the organizing committee after considering all received applications in the proposed form.

The text of the abstracts in Microsoft Word format, font Times New Roman, size 12 pt, one and a half line spacing. Margins: left and top - 2 cm, right and bottom - 1.5 cm. Indentation at the beginning of a paragraph - 0.7 cm. The volume of the abstracts - no more The volume of the text of the abstracts should not exceed 2000 characters, including spaces.

The text of the abstracts can be submitted in the official languages of the conference: English or Russian

Structure of the abstract of the report:

  1. Information about the author / authors:
  1. Title of the report.
  2. Annotation.
  3. Keywords.
  4. The main text of the theses of the report.

The name of the file with abstracts must include: ISCB_2021_Theses_name and surname (in English) and must be in * .doc or * .docx format only and must be sent to the conference Secretariat by e-mail by August 31, 2021