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The healthcare landscape is changing. Clinical decisions, communication with families and relationships between health professionals, parents and children are increasingly influenced and directed by social media; crowdfunding for unproven or expensive treatments, and the availability
of new technologies and devices for monitoring health. This conference will explore the ethical implication of this changing landscape for paediatric health care.
M.D., M.A., Professor of Pediatrics (Neonatology), Chief, Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Director, Program for Biomedical Ethics, Yale University School of Medicine
When parents (want to) take control - how should we respond?
Professor of Children’s Nursing, Co-Director of Trinity Research in Childhood Centre (TRiCC), School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin
Sharing information with children: what the evidence shows
Clinical Ethicist and Academic Director, Children's Bioethics Centre, The Royal Children's Hospital
The ethics of saying 'no'
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