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19th International Nursing Ethics Conference –1st – 2nd September, 2018

19th International Nursing Ethics Conference
4th International Ethics in Care Conference

September 1-2, 2018, Cork, Ireland
“Gender, Justice, and Care”
The School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork (Ireland) and the International Care Ethics Observatory of the University of Surrey (UK) invite practitioners, researchers, educators, managers and students in the field of health and social care from around the world to attend and participate in the 19th Nursing Ethics Conference and 4th International Ethics in Care Conference in Cork, Ireland, in 2018.

For all inquiries regarding this event, please direct them to conferenceucc@ucc.ie
For more information visit: http://inec2018.ucc.ie/
For a list of countries that are considered Eastern European and Low Income countries please click HERE.

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19th International Nursing Ethics Conference
4th International Ethics in Care Conference

September 1-2, 2018, Cork, Ireland
“Gender, Justice, and Care”
The School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork (Ireland) and the International Care Ethics Observatory of the University of Surrey (UK) invite practitioners, researchers, educators, managers and students in the field of health and social care from around the world to attend and participate in the 19th Nursing Ethics Conference and 4th International Ethics in Care Conference in Cork, Ireland, in 2018.

Keynote speakers:
1. Hilde Lindemann,
2. Marsha Fowler, Visiting Professor, University of Surrey, UK
Emerita Professor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, US
3. Helen Kohlen, University of Vallendar, Germany
4. Louise Campbell, NUIG, Ireland
5. Mark Loughrey, UCC, Ireland
6. Anne Scott, NUIG, Ireland

This is an excellent opportunity to reflect on longstanding and current challenges of ethics in nursing and care. The focus of the conference is on:

– The Gendered Nature of Care
– Inequalities in Care Provision
– Global Ethical Issues in Care Provision
– Ethics Education in Nursing and Care: new perspectives

Persons wishing to present papers at parallel sessions are invited to submit an abstract addressing the ethical dimensions of the main conference topics
(300 words maximum) before March 1, 2018. Issues of particular interest would include but are not restricted to:

THE GENDERED NATURE OF CARE
– the impact of gender on care provision
– feminist perspectives on care
– nursing research through the lens of gender
– the history of nursing and gender

INEQUALITIES IN CARE PROVISION
– access, opportunities and scarce resources
– the meaning and effect of social (in)justice
– the impact of prejudice, discrimination, bigotry and exclusion
– sexism, racism, classism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, ethnocentrism

GLOBAL ETHICAL ISSUES IN CARE PROVISION
– multicultural/transcultural care
– ethical tourism and care
– international recruitment, workforce migration in nursing
– borders, refugees and disaster zones

ETHICS EDUCATION IN NURSING AND CARE: NEW PERSPECTIVES
– designing radical curricula in ethics education
– teaching strategies to address inequality
– experiential and peer learning in ethics
– negotiating religious and cultural diversity in the classroom