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6th International Summer School: Medical Law and Bioethics “Autonomy and health care in the (post)pandemic era”

ΔΙΑΡΚΕΙΑ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ:

2021-07-11 - 2021-07-17 ( )

ΜΕΘΟΔΟΣ ΥΛΟΠΟΙΗΣΗΣ:

Εξ αποστάσεως

ECTS:
2,4
Δίδακτρα:
100€(for students of all levels) and 150€(for jurists and health professionals)
Υπεύθυνος Προγράμματος:
Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou
Η υποβολή αιτήσεων ολοκληρώνεται στις
02-07-2021

6th International Summer School: Medical Law and Bioethics “Autonomy and health care in the (post)pandemic era”

Η υποβολή αιτήσεων ολοκληρώνεται στις

02-07-2021

ΠΛΗΡΟΦΟΡΙΕΣ

  • Σύντομη Περιγραφή

    Introduction

    The Center for Education and Lifelong Learning of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki welcomes you to the 6th International Summer School: Medical Law and Bioethics “Autonomy and health care in the (post)pandemic era”, a 40-hour online course, which will take place remotely,  via the ΖΟΟΜ platform.

    The Director of the Programme is Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou, Professor, Law School, AUTh, Dean of Law School AUTh, Director of the Laboratory for the Research of Medical Law and Bioethics.

    Tutors of the course are professors of Greek and foreign universities, a judge and tutors with expertise in Medical Law and Bioethics.

     

    Aim

    The aim of the programme which is co-organized with the National Hellenic Bioethics Commission is to analyze Medical aspects, Legal implications of the COVID-19, Ethical Implications of COVID-19 emergence, Lockdown and the psychosocial challenges, Human rights during the lockdown, The Covid-19 pandemic and the notion of responsibility: moral and legal implications, Pandemic, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence, COVID-19 apps: challenges, issues and concerns, Pandemic and reproductive health services, Organ transplantation in the pandemic era, ‘Code black’: rationing ICU care based on age selection, Freedom of speech and fake news in the times of a pandemic,  Should a COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory?, Disparities in the health care system in the pandemic era, Intensive care units during the pandemic: patient prioritization, Clinical trials of vaccines for COVID-19 etc.

     

    Objectives

    The aim is to approach each issue in an interdisciplinary way, combining the findings of Law and Medical Science with Bioethics, so as to illuminate all aspects of crucial issues that concern not only the scientific community, but also everyday life. The programme is conducted in English in order to enable the participation of stakeholders from abroad with the aim of discussing and analyzing these issues not only nationally but also internationally.

     

    Learning Outcomes

    Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to understand Medical aspects, Legal implications of the COVID-19, Ethical Implications of COVID-19 emergence, Lockdown and the psychosocial challenges, Human rights during the lockdown, The Covid-19 pandemic and the notion of responsibility: moral and legal implications, Pandemic, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence, COVID-19 apps: challenges, issues and concerns, Pandemic and reproductive health services, Organ transplantation in the pandemic era, ‘Code black’: rationing ICU care based on age selection, Freedom of speech and fake news in the times of a pandemic,  Should a COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory?, Disparities in the health care system in the pandemic era, Intensive care units during the pandemic: patient prioritization, Clinical trials of vaccines for COVID-19 etc.

     

    Participant selection & Requirements

    The program is addressed mainly to graduates of Law & Medicine Schools as well as any other School with relevant interests (Biology, Theology, Dentistry, Philosophy, etc.) and generally to adults who deal with these topics. Selection shall be made by point award.

    Prerequisites for participation in the program:

    • Internet access

     

    Method

    The programme will be conducted online.

     

    Educational Material

    The course provides participants with:

    • Electronic material
    • lectures’ presentations
    • court decisions
    • Material for workshops
    • Case studies

    The above will be provided to the participants before the start of the programme.

     

    Course Description

    Start Date: 11-7-2021

    End of the course:17-7-2021

    Duration: 40 hours (38h of teaching + 2h of exams)

      Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
    10:15 – 11.45   1st Lecture:

    COVID-19: medical aspects

    I. Kioumis

    1st Lecture:

    Human rights during the lockdown

    Ν. Koumoutzis

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Free Day

    1st Lecture:

    Pandemic and reproductive health services

    A. Mamopoulos

    1st Lecture:

    Should a COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory?

    M. Frischhut

    1st Lecture:

    Digital technologies facing the pandemic

    K. Psannis

    11.45 –12:00   COFFEE BREAK
    12:00 – 13.30   2nd Lecture:

    Legal implications of the COVID-19

    P. Alikakos

    2nd Lecture:

     The Covid-19 pandemic and the notion of responsibility: moral and legal implications

    G. Karavokyris

    2nd Lecture:

    Organ transplantation in the pandemic era

    I. Tsagkaris

    2nd Lecture:

    Disparities in the health care system in the pandemic era

    R. Fragkou

    2nd Lecture:

    Digital public health technologies: infringement of liberties or protection of public health?

    G. Fares

    13.30 – 16.00   LUNCH BREAK
    16.00 – 17.30   3d Lecture:

    Ethical Implications of COVID-19 emergence

    Chr. Sardeli

    3d Lecture:

    Pandemic, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence

    J. Cayon-De Las Cuevas

    3d Lecture:

    ‘Code black’: rationing ICU care based on age selection

    A. Den Exter

    3d Lecture:

    Intensive care units during the pandemic: patient prioritization

    P. Vidalis

    3d Lecture:

    The dilemma of rationing health care resources in times of Covid19

    A. Fidler

    17.30 – 17.45 COFFEE BREAK
    17.45 – 19.15 Opening of the Summer University:

    Welcome Address and Introduction to the thematic issue

    Workshop: Lockdown and the psychosocial challenges

    G. Belova

    Workshop:

    COVID-19 apps: challenges, issues and concerns

    P.  Bamidis

    Workshop: Freedom of speech and fake news in the times of a pandemic

    T. Papadopoulou

     Workshop:

    Clinical trials of investigational vaccines for COVID-19

    V. Mollaki

    EXAMS

     

     

     

    Evaluation/Certificate

    Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.

    For the successful completion of the programme, the participants should:

    1. have attended all the teaching units. Absences may not exceed 10% of the scheduled training hours.
    2. have passed the exams, which will be conducted via multiple choice exam questions.

    Participants, who have attended but not completed successfully, will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance.

     

    Participation fees/Discount

    The tuition fees amount to EUR 100,00 for students of all levels and EUR 150,00 for jurists and health professionals for entries up to April 30th, 2021 and to EUR 130,00 and EUR 180,00 respectively for entries up to May 31st, 2021.

     

    Application

    Candidates submit the application form online here.

    Applications are submitted online from 26-2-2021 to 31-5-2021.

    Each application has to be accompanied by the following document or copies:

    • Proof of payment of tuition fees, which is attached to the application, in the account 5202-057157-381 Piraeus Bank
      International Bank Account Number (IBAN): GR94 0172 2020 0052 0205 7157 381
      Code Bic (SWIFT address) PIRBGRAΑ

     

    It should be noted that the proof of payment should contain the following information:

    • The code 72341
    • The name of the depositor, status, VAT number, address and telephone number for subsequent issue of invoice.

    Contact

    For further information, please contact medlawlab.auth@gmail.com.

  • Επικοινωνία

    For further information, please contact medlawlab.auth@gmail.com

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6th International Summer School: Medical Law and Bioethics “Autonomy and health care in the (post)pandemic era”

ΔΙΑΡΚΕΙΑ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ:

2021-07-11 - 2021-07-17 ( )

ΜΕΘΟΔΟΣ ΥΛΟΠΟΙΗΣΗΣ:
ΔΙΑΡΚΕΙΑ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ:

2021-07-11 - 2021-07-17 ( )

ΜΕΘΟΔΟΣ ΥΛΟΠΟΙΗΣΗΣ:

Εξ αποστάσεως

ECTS:
2,4
Δίδακτρα:
100€(for students of all levels) and 150€(for jurists and health professionals)
Υπεύθυνος Προγράμματος:
Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou
Η υποβολή αιτήσεων ολοκληρώνεται στις
02-07-2021

ΠΛΗΡΟΦΟΡΙΕΣ

  • Σύντομη Περιγραφή

    Introduction

    The Center for Education and Lifelong Learning of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki welcomes you to the 6th International Summer School: Medical Law and Bioethics “Autonomy and health care in the (post)pandemic era”, a 40-hour online course, which will take place remotely,  via the ΖΟΟΜ platform.

    The Director of the Programme is Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou, Professor, Law School, AUTh, Dean of Law School AUTh, Director of the Laboratory for the Research of Medical Law and Bioethics.

    Tutors of the course are professors of Greek and foreign universities, a judge and tutors with expertise in Medical Law and Bioethics.

     

    Aim

    The aim of the programme which is co-organized with the National Hellenic Bioethics Commission is to analyze Medical aspects, Legal implications of the COVID-19, Ethical Implications of COVID-19 emergence, Lockdown and the psychosocial challenges, Human rights during the lockdown, The Covid-19 pandemic and the notion of responsibility: moral and legal implications, Pandemic, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence, COVID-19 apps: challenges, issues and concerns, Pandemic and reproductive health services, Organ transplantation in the pandemic era, ‘Code black’: rationing ICU care based on age selection, Freedom of speech and fake news in the times of a pandemic,  Should a COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory?, Disparities in the health care system in the pandemic era, Intensive care units during the pandemic: patient prioritization, Clinical trials of vaccines for COVID-19 etc.

     

    Objectives

    The aim is to approach each issue in an interdisciplinary way, combining the findings of Law and Medical Science with Bioethics, so as to illuminate all aspects of crucial issues that concern not only the scientific community, but also everyday life. The programme is conducted in English in order to enable the participation of stakeholders from abroad with the aim of discussing and analyzing these issues not only nationally but also internationally.

     

    Learning Outcomes

    Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to understand Medical aspects, Legal implications of the COVID-19, Ethical Implications of COVID-19 emergence, Lockdown and the psychosocial challenges, Human rights during the lockdown, The Covid-19 pandemic and the notion of responsibility: moral and legal implications, Pandemic, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence, COVID-19 apps: challenges, issues and concerns, Pandemic and reproductive health services, Organ transplantation in the pandemic era, ‘Code black’: rationing ICU care based on age selection, Freedom of speech and fake news in the times of a pandemic,  Should a COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory?, Disparities in the health care system in the pandemic era, Intensive care units during the pandemic: patient prioritization, Clinical trials of vaccines for COVID-19 etc.

     

    Participant selection & Requirements

    The program is addressed mainly to graduates of Law & Medicine Schools as well as any other School with relevant interests (Biology, Theology, Dentistry, Philosophy, etc.) and generally to adults who deal with these topics. Selection shall be made by point award.

    Prerequisites for participation in the program:

    • Internet access

     

    Method

    The programme will be conducted online.

     

    Educational Material

    The course provides participants with:

    • Electronic material
    • lectures’ presentations
    • court decisions
    • Material for workshops
    • Case studies

    The above will be provided to the participants before the start of the programme.

     

    Course Description

    Start Date: 11-7-2021

    End of the course:17-7-2021

    Duration: 40 hours (38h of teaching + 2h of exams)

      Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
    10:15 – 11.45   1st Lecture:

    COVID-19: medical aspects

    I. Kioumis

    1st Lecture:

    Human rights during the lockdown

    Ν. Koumoutzis

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Free Day

    1st Lecture:

    Pandemic and reproductive health services

    A. Mamopoulos

    1st Lecture:

    Should a COVID-19 vaccine be compulsory?

    M. Frischhut

    1st Lecture:

    Digital technologies facing the pandemic

    K. Psannis

    11.45 –12:00   COFFEE BREAK
    12:00 – 13.30   2nd Lecture:

    Legal implications of the COVID-19

    P. Alikakos

    2nd Lecture:

     The Covid-19 pandemic and the notion of responsibility: moral and legal implications

    G. Karavokyris

    2nd Lecture:

    Organ transplantation in the pandemic era

    I. Tsagkaris

    2nd Lecture:

    Disparities in the health care system in the pandemic era

    R. Fragkou

    2nd Lecture:

    Digital public health technologies: infringement of liberties or protection of public health?

    G. Fares

    13.30 – 16.00   LUNCH BREAK
    16.00 – 17.30   3d Lecture:

    Ethical Implications of COVID-19 emergence

    Chr. Sardeli

    3d Lecture:

    Pandemic, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence

    J. Cayon-De Las Cuevas

    3d Lecture:

    ‘Code black’: rationing ICU care based on age selection

    A. Den Exter

    3d Lecture:

    Intensive care units during the pandemic: patient prioritization

    P. Vidalis

    3d Lecture:

    The dilemma of rationing health care resources in times of Covid19

    A. Fidler

    17.30 – 17.45 COFFEE BREAK
    17.45 – 19.15 Opening of the Summer University:

    Welcome Address and Introduction to the thematic issue

    Workshop: Lockdown and the psychosocial challenges

    G. Belova

    Workshop:

    COVID-19 apps: challenges, issues and concerns

    P.  Bamidis

    Workshop: Freedom of speech and fake news in the times of a pandemic

    T. Papadopoulou

     Workshop:

    Clinical trials of investigational vaccines for COVID-19

    V. Mollaki

    EXAMS

     

     

     

    Evaluation/Certificate

    Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.

    For the successful completion of the programme, the participants should:

    1. have attended all the teaching units. Absences may not exceed 10% of the scheduled training hours.
    2. have passed the exams, which will be conducted via multiple choice exam questions.

    Participants, who have attended but not completed successfully, will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance.

     

    Participation fees/Discount

    The tuition fees amount to EUR 100,00 for students of all levels and EUR 150,00 for jurists and health professionals for entries up to April 30th, 2021 and to EUR 130,00 and EUR 180,00 respectively for entries up to May 31st, 2021.

     

    Application

    Candidates submit the application form online here.

    Applications are submitted online from 26-2-2021 to 31-5-2021.

    Each application has to be accompanied by the following document or copies:

    • Proof of payment of tuition fees, which is attached to the application, in the account 5202-057157-381 Piraeus Bank
      International Bank Account Number (IBAN): GR94 0172 2020 0052 0205 7157 381
      Code Bic (SWIFT address) PIRBGRAΑ

     

    It should be noted that the proof of payment should contain the following information:

    • The code 72341
    • The name of the depositor, status, VAT number, address and telephone number for subsequent issue of invoice.

    Contact

    For further information, please contact medlawlab.auth@gmail.com.

  • Επικοινωνία

    For further information, please contact medlawlab.auth@gmail.com

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