Welcome to all attendees of the conference “Death and Dying: Medical, Cultural and Environmental Perspectives”, 25th-26th of September 2020. Have a great event!
The conference is organized by the Department of Philosophy and Bioethics, Institute of Health Sciences and Pain and Palliative Care Clinic, Faculty of Medicine, Jagiellonian University Medical College under the auspices of Vice Rector for Medical College, prof. dr hab. Tomasz Grodzicki, Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, prof. dr hab. Tomasz Brzostek and Radio Kraków.
Welcome at our site dedicated to the conference: https://bioetyka.wnz.cm.uj.edu.pl/en/conferences/
The conference begins at 10.15 CET Friday (25th of September 2020) with the Opening Session via Zoom (live streaming). All Keynote lectures will be held via Zoom (live streaming). Six parallel sessions will be held via pre-recorded videos available on Zoom for logged-in users only, from 25th of September 2020 until 30th of October 2020.
Please, complete the registration process to join the conference as a Speaker or a Participant from our website https://bioetyka.wnz.cm.uj.edu.pl/en/conferences/
From our website you will find all the links to the Conference Programme with timetable, abstracts, all the Speakers videos and Zoom keynote papers going forwards.
Please, do not hesitate to get involved. All the speakers are looking for feedback, questions, and discussions on their topics. Every contribution is valuable – just please be kind and responsible.
We hope you have a great conference – and if you have any questions or if you need any further information, please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference will be held fully online! There is no conference fee. However participants need to complete the registration process.
For more information about the conference, you are welcome to check the Conference Brochure
or to contact the organizing committee directly via e-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bert Gordijn (Dublin City University)
Jeanette Bresson Ladegaard Knox (University of Copenhagen)
Anna Kubiak (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Daniel Sperling (University of Haifa)