Abstracts presentation

22th July

Oral Presentations 15:45 – 17:00

Session 1 – The person in the core of ethics

Room 218

Chair: Teresa Fonseca

OP.001 A proximity that becomes care
João Pedro Brito, Portugal
OP.002 Technologizing humans or humanizing technologies? Challenges for ethical education at the age of robotics
Renzo Pegoraro, Italy
OP.003 Searching for a new ethical world: reflections on birth and death in the 21st century
Ana Paula França, Portugal
OP.004 Humanization of Healthcare Professionals - Ethical Aspects in Ageing
Sandra Alves, Portugal

Session 2 – Ethical Values on health education

Room 216

Chair: Ernestina Batoca
OP.005 Values for an ethical education in nursing
Teresa Tomé Ribeiro, Portugal
OP.006 The ethical profile of nurses and physicians with volunteering experience
Isabel Lopes Ribeiro, Portugal
OP.007 Teaching autonomy through the lens of Global Bioethics and Care Ethics
Joris Gielen, USA
OP.008 Women’s Perception of Risk Factors and Prevention of Cervical Cancer: ethical issues and the importance in nursing education
Joana Araújo, Portugal

Session 3 – New challenges on ethics education

Room Auditório Celeste Gomes Marques

Chair: Maximina Pinto
OP.009 Implementing CRISPR in Ethics Education
Berna ARDA, Turkey
OP.010 Patients without Borders: Medical Tourism
Virginia Ann Lewis Boyd, USA
OP.011 The challenge of defensive medicine starts on the definition
Ana Belén Cruz-Valiño, Spain
OP.012 Transgender Attitudes and Beliefs of Caribbean Medical Students: Implications for Curriculum Development
Michael Campbell, Barbados

Session 4 – Confidentiality and consent

Room 220

Chair: Margarida Alvarenga
OP.013 Portuguese Electronic Health Record – RSE: ethical dilemas
Cátia Marina Dias, Portugal
OP.014 Ethical challenges of working with young people: Considering practitioner and stakeholder perspectives on consent & confidentiality
Zoe Morris, Australia
OP.015 Informed consent in patients with dementia: A mixed-methods study on palliative care professionals’ views
Pablo Hernández-Marrero, Portugal
OP.016 Impact of Informed Assent on a Vulnerable Population: The view of the Minor and the Tutor
Hortense Cotrim, Portugal

23th July

Oral Presentations 11:30 – 13:00

Session 5 – Ethics in research

Room 218

Chair: António Santos
OP.017 A training experience on research and publication ethics
Berna ARDA, Turkey
OP.018 Ethical challenges when studying the use of anticipatory medication in home palliative care research
Pablo Hernández-Marrero, Portugal
OP.019 Effectiveness of a Blended Interactive Workshop in Research Ethics and Responsible Conduct of Research for Academics from the Middle East
Zynab Mohammed, USA
OP.020 VIRT2UE. Virtue based ethics and Integrity of Research: train the trainer program for Upholding the principles of the European code of conduct
Ana Sofia Carvalho, Portugal
OP.021 Research ethics in palliative care: A critical review
Sandra Pereira, Portugal

Session 6 – Pedagogical contributions to ethics education

Room 220

Chair: Alda Mendes
OP.022 Doing bioethics case studies: are there no right answers?
Leonardo de Castro, Phillipines
OP.023 „Doing“ participative deliberative ethics together to inspire academic learning in social work and pedagogy programs
Norbert Steinkamp, Germany
OP.024 StreetBioethics. A service learning program
Marta Albert, Spain
OP.025 Educational methods and strategies for improvement the ethic education of the nursing student
Maria Alexandra Costa, Portugal
OP.026 Stakeholder engagement in enhancing the clinical ethical environment
Cynthia Coleman, USA

Session 7 – Environmental ethics

Room Auditório Celeste Gomes Marques

Chair: Helena Freitas
OP.027 Environmental Law and Ethical Ecological Sustainability for Ecotourism Sustainability
Angelo Nicolaides, South Africa
OP.028 2030 agenda and UNESCO's universal declaration of bioethics: basis for social responsibility
Joana Araújo, Portugal
OP.029 Pedagogies to help make environmental ethics an everyday activity: Reflections on a sourcebook for educators
Lausanne Olvitt, South Africa
OP.030 Ethics-oriented learning in the Anthropocene: Perspectives from Cultural-Historical Activity Theory
Lausanne Olvitt, South Africa
OP.036 Teaching Ethical Activism to Impact Technology Policy
John A. Trimble, South Africa

23th July

Oral Presentations 16:00 – 17:30

Session 8 – Moral development and deliberation in higher education

Room 218

Chair: Teresa Tomé Ribeiro
OP.031 Ethical education importance to improve the critical analysis capacity of speeches delivered in public space: case of engineering students
Fátima Monteiro, Portugal
OP.032 Undergraduate Occupational Therapy Students’ Engagement in the Ethical Reasoning Process: A case study
Jo-Celene de Jongh, South Africa
OP.033 The influence of ethics in the development of moral competence of medical and nursing students
Vera Martins, Portugal
OP.034 Ethical competence in physiotherapy – managing challenging situations
Kati Kulju, Finland
OP.035 Advancing Ethics Education in Nursing Curriculum
Liz Stokes, USA

Session 9 – Policies and laws through an ethical perspective

Room Auditório Celeste Gomes Marques

Chair: André Dias Pereira
OP.037 Right to Health as an international obligation
Fátima Moreira, Portugal
OP.038 The ethics of nudging towards Restorative Justice: The application of Moral Foundations Theory in the invitation to participate in a Restorative Justice process
Ana Catarina Pereira, Belgium
OP.039 Transforming National Policy Into Ethical Practice
Cynthia Coleman, USA

Session 10 – Research on the ethical field

Room 220

Chair: Isabel Lopes Ribeiro
OP.040 The teaching of nursing ethics. An evolutive study
Josélia Fonseca, Portugal
OP.041 Sensemaking as a pedagogical approach to teach clinical ethics: An integrative review
Lea Brandt, USA
OP.042 Professionalism and occupational well-being in healthcare professionals who start their first work experience in healthcare centers in rural communities of Peru.
Luis Vivanco, Spain
OP.043 Patient safety culture: bioethical contributions for education of health care professionals
Telma Rejane Façanha, Brazil
OP.044 The ethical soundness and relevance of qualitative secondary data analysis in palliative care research
Sandra Martins Pereira, Portugal

24th July

Poster presentation​ 09:00 – 10:00

Room 209

Chair: Elisabete Borges

PP.001 Mobile summary for ethical assessment of clinical research works
Alvaro Manuel Silva, Portugal
PP.002 Ethics Committee of the Polytechnic of Porto: Analysis of 7 years of experience
Pedro Manuel Monteiro, Portugal
PP.003 Evaluation of Blended Workshops in Research Ethics for Members of Research Ethics Committees in Egypt
Samar Abd ElHafeez, USA
PP.004 Nurses perception of the Code of Ethics
Ernestina Silva, Portugal
PP.005 Parents in the Decision-Making Process, in Neonatal Units
Custódia Sousa, Portugal
PP.006 Preparing Future Professionals for Leadership in Ethical Practice
Belinda Kenny, Australia
PP.007 Explaining a concept: Stories of compassion and lack of compassion in palliative care
Margarida Alvarenga, Portugal
PP.008 Croatian Life Sciences students’ perspectives on the need for bioethics education
Daniel Colic, Croatia
PP.009 The Ethics of Negotiating Culture in a Risk Prevention Program in Zambia: “But it’s Taboo!”
Lisa Wegner, South Africa