World Congress on

Medical Ethics & Health policies

Theme: Creating an Awareness to Medical Ethics and Values For Health Policies

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Dubai, UAE

18 years of lifescience communication

17345684571

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Medical Ethics 2019

About Conference

About Conference:

The EuroSciCon is back with its first edition of Conference on Medical Ethics and Health policies is to be held during November 07-08, 2019 at Dubai, UAE highlighting   the theme “Creating an Awareness to Medical Ethics and Values For Health Policies”,  and this we focus on the recent studies & its applications in Medical Ethics and health policies. It includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks ie Speaker forum and Young research forum, Poster presentations, Workshops, Symposium and Exhibitions.

Medical Ethics and Health Policies 2019 is a global overview which will provide an international platform for the discussion of Medical Ethics. This event gathers all the eminent persons, professors, scientists, doctors, medical practitioners, health workers, professionals, students, and industrialists all over the world to exchange their ideas, researches and their experiences. It also brings together persons particularly interested in the Medical ann Its Ethics and values to health policies, both right and wrong conducts to foster programs of general papers and on syudies  on special topics dealing with this field of Medical Ethics; to promote such other activities as will stimulate activity in and emphasize the importance of research in the topic. Our conference provides quality, timely Symposium at International Conference on Medical Ethics and Health Policies.

Why to attend our conference:

This conference will provide an opportunity to build and expand your network with various renowned physicians, Professors and doctors and gives chance to make collaboration with other universities and research labs centres, hospitals. It also helps you to meet the experts in the relevant field of study. It gives the privilege to renowned instruments in the market. This conference plays a major role in your business development and maximizes the profit.

Goals

  • This conference Develop focused and timely programs, Ethics and Health Policies.
  • It Enhance communication and market our programs, products, and services more effectively.
  • It also Expand global impact by developing the infrastructure to deliver ethical programming for targeted international audiences.

About the venue:

Dubai is heart of United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the largest of the seven emirates federation. Year-round sunshine, pristine beaches, spectacular sand dunes, and pulsating cosmopolitan lifestyle await every guest in Dubai. It is known around the world for its massive oil reserves and majestic mosques with towering minarets. These, combined with the distinct Arabic hospitality and mystique - and world-class infrastructures- make Dubai an excellent destination both for the experienced and novice traveller. Dubai, Arabic Abu Zaby, city and capital of Abu Zaby emirate, one of the United Arab Emirates (formerly the Trucial States, or Trucial Oman), and the national capital of that federation. Dubai occupies most of a small triangular island of the same name, just off the Persian Gulf coast and connected to the mainland by a short bridge. Dubai was formerly an undeveloped town of only local importance, but the emirate’s oil revenues enabled it to evolve into a modern city with a fully developed infrastructure.

Scientific Sessions

Organ donation

Organ donation is the process of surgically removing an organ or tissue from one organ donor and placing it into the recipient. Transplantation is important as the recipient's organ has failed or has been damaged by disease or injury. Organ transplantation is one of the huge advances in modern medicine. A living donation, for an example; as the donation of one healthy kidney or a segment of a healthy liver from a living human being to another. An Independent Donor person will represent the interests and well-being of the potential living donor.

Organ Transplantation Issues

Organ transplantation has emerged rapidly with quality improvements in surgical methods, organ preservation, and pharmaco-immunologic therapies and has become a crucial pathway in the management of severe organ failure worldwide. From the sources of organs are recently dead people after brain death; however, a substantial number of organs come from live donations, and a significant number can also be taken from non-heart-beating donors. The Main issue in organ transplantation is the definition of recently death and particularly brain death. Another major crucial factor is the internal tendency of a specific society to donate organs. Thus an Organ Transplantation deals with the various challenges that face by worldwide.

Cloning

Cloning is a series of actions of producing genetically identical individuals of an organism either naturally or artificially. Cloning in biotechnology refers to a series of actions creating clones of organisms or copies of cells or DNA fragments (molecular cloning). It is the reproduction procedure used by plants, fungi, and bacteria, and is also the way that clonal colonies reproduce themselves. Cloning involves four steps: Fragmentation, ligation, transfection, screening/selection – selecting out the cells that were successfully transfected with the new DNA.

Denial of Care

Denial of care is the process of the refusal to provide healthcare to a patient who requires it.Secondly, failing to give medical treatment: the refusal to provide healthcare to a patient who requires it. When there is Refusal of medical assistance: a patient's voluntary refusal to receive medical care.

Discrimination in Health Care

Discrimination in health care refers to that where one has been treated unfairly by a healthcare or care provider because of who you are, you may have been discriminated against. Discrimination in health Care can be in direct discrimination. Direct discrimination is when a care provider treats someone differently and worse than someone else for certain reasons. These reasons are age, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation. As per the law, The Equality Act calls these things protected characteristics. Direct discrimination can be because of an individual who she/he is. It can also be because of who someone thinks you are or because of someone you’re with or known.

 

 Privacy/Confidentiality/Disclosure Issues

As per the privacy /confidentiality/disclosure is respecting patients confidentiality and privacy are considered as the patients' rights. From deontological aspect, confidentiality is a duty and based on virtue ethics which Islam insists on; maintaining data privacy and confidentiality is the key virtue for trust building in physician-patient relationship. Sometimes breaching confidentiality is unavoidable but not necessarily unethical. In order to keep all medical data confidential it is necessary to identify the scope of the problem. In this study, we aimed at identifying the scope of the problem. Insufficient law and lack of regulations have left ethical challenges of management unsolved. There is only no regulation but also no clarification in circumstances in which confidentiality is not absolute.

Discrimination and AIDS

Discrimination that is violent or threatening violence stops a lot of individuals for getting tested for HIV. It does not aid in curing the virus. HIV/AIDS discrimination exists around the world, including ostracism, rejection, discrimination, and avoidance. HIV/AIDS or discrimination involves homosexuality, bisexuality, promiscuity, sex workers, and intravenous drug use.

Genetic Engineering

Genetic engineering involves the use of recombinant DNA techniques to introduce new characteristics or traits. The aim of gene therapy and genetic engineering is to less human suffering and disease. Gene therapy is the replacement of a genetic variant to restore or enhance cellular function or the improve response to nongenetic therapies. Genetic manipulation should be reserved for therapeutic purposes.

Animal Research

Animal research has had a significant role in many scientific and medical advances of the past century and continues to aid our understanding of various diseases. The succeeding development of new medicines and treatments—all made possible by animal research. Many Opponents to all kind of animal research which includes both animal-rights extremists and anti-vivisectionist groups which believe that animal experimentation is cruel and unnecessary, regardless of its purpose or benefit. Animal experimentation is necessary for human benefits.

Euthanasia/Assisted Suicide

In Euthanasia and assisted suicide also differs from euthanasia, an act in which a physician intentionally terminates the life of a patient such as by lethal injection, the purpose of which is to relieve pain or other suffering.  Whereas in Euthanasia is the administration of a lethal agent by another person to a patient for the purpose of relieving the patient's intolerable and incurable suffering. Suicide defines as intentionally ending one's own life. In Assisted suicide, suicide is undertaken with the aid of another person. Assisted suicide involves anyone materially helping another person die by suicide, such as providing tools or equipment.

Right to Die/Right To Choose Issues

In Right to die which is a concept based on the opinion that a human being is entitled to end their life or undergo voluntary euthanasia. Some academics and philosophers, such as David Benatar, consider humans to be overly optimistic in their view of the quality of their lives, and their view of the balance between the positive and the negative aspects of living. In Medical Ethics the preservation and value of life have led to many medical advancements when it comes to treating patients. New devices and the development of palliative care has allowed humans to live longer than before. The right to self-determination and of others emerged and questions the definition of quality and sanctity of life; if one had the right to live, then the right to die must follow suit.

Health Care Rationing

Rationing is the allocation of scarce resources, which in health care necessarily entails withholding potentially beneficial treatments from some individuals. Rationing is unavoidable because need is limitless and resources are not. It is also important to note that not all efforts to control health-care costs involve rationing. Although rationing has been defined in slightly different ways by different groups, most definitions cluster around one central idea: denying a potentially beneficial treatment to a patient on the grounds of scarcity.

Reproductive Technology

The medical procedures used primarily to address infertility. It includes procedures such as in vitro fertilization are known as Assisted reproductive technology (ART). It can include intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), cryopreservation of gametes or embryos, and/or may involve the use of fertility medication. It belongs to the field of reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Some forms of ART are also used with regard to fertile couples for genetic reasons (preimplantation genetic diagnosis). ART may also be used in surrogacy arrangements, although not all surrogacy arrangements involve ART.

Genetic Testing

In Medical Ethics Genetic testing, its called DNA testing, allows the determination of bloodlines and the genetic diagnosis of vulnerabilities to inherited diseases. Its testing identifies changes in chromosomes, genes, or proteins. The various genetic tests has expanded throughout the years. The consequences of a genetic test can confirm or rule out a suspected genetic condition or help determine a person's chance of developing or passing on a genetic disorder. In these field of ethics and health policies. Several hundred genetic tests are currently in use, and more are being developed. In medical ethics, DNA testing, genetic mutations can directly affect the structure of the proteins they code for, testing for specific genetic diseases can also be accomplished by looking at those proteins or their metabolites, or looking at stained or fluorescent chromosomes under a microscope.

Genetic Information Confidentiality and Disclosure Issues

Genetic Information Confidentiality and Disclosure Issues is protected by the legal and ethical principle of confidentiality that exists within the patient- physician relationship. It is oftenly held view that without an expectation of confidentiality, patients will be less forthcoming in disclosing sensitive personal information. It is known that the maintenance of absolute anonymity, bearing in mind the current progress of genetic techniques, is virtually impossible.  Genetic information should be protected by the legal and ethical principle of confidentiality that exists within the patient-physician relationship. In this Genetic, The principle of confidentiality is not absolute and ethical, legal, and statutory obligations may exceptionally permit physicians to disclose otherwise confidential information.

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