ABR Seminar: UHC (28-29 Jan 2019)

The Asian Bioethics Review is organising an international seminar on Universal Health Coverage on 28 and 29 January 2019 at the Shaw Foundation Alumni House at NUS in Singapore.

There is a degree of continuity with our February 2018 research conference, as we will be revisiting the theme of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). This is a topic that the Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE), which hosts the journal, has committed to work on as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Bioethics.

Additionally, there is also a degree of continuity with the workshop on “Writing Case Reports for Bioethics Journals” that ABR organised on 4 December 2018 as a pre-congress event to the 14th IAB World Congress of Bioethics in Bengaluru, India, as we will be inviting some promising junior scholars. This aspect relates to the capacity building role of the journal.

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These are some of the discussions we will broach:

Monday 28 January at 9h10:
Law and Governance for Universal Health Coverage
Prof Vivian Lin (La Trobe University, Melbourne)

Monday 28 January at 9h50:
Universal Health Coverage and Primary Health Care: The Astana Declaration and Implications for Health and Migration
Prof Phua Kai Hong (National University of Singapore)

Monday 28 January at 10h50:
UHC in non-ideal contexts: The Experience of HealthServe with Low-Wage Migrant Workers in Singapore
Dr Natarajan Rajaraman (HealthServe, Singapore)

Monday 28 January at 12h00:
Universal Health Coverage, quo vadis? An assessment of UHC in the Philippines
Dr Grace Ku (Vrije Universiteit Brussel & MSF)

Monday 28 January at 13h35:
The Ayushman Bharat National Health Protection Scheme: towards UHC in India
Dr Vijayaprasad Gopichandran (ESIC Medical College and PGIMSR, Chennai)

Tuesday 29 January at 9h20:
Ethical issues relating to the provision of Sustainable Renal Care
Dr Valerie Luyckx (University of Zurich)

Tuesday 29 January at 15h40:
Research in global health emergencies: the ethical imperative of ‘preparedness’
Ms Katherine Wright (Nuffield Council, London)

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