This is the last chance to take advantage of the early bird rate for 11th international bioethics conference at the Pomaika`i Ballrooms, Dole Cannery on Friday, April 29, 2016, presented by The St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics. The early bird registration fee of $150 is good through April 1, 2016. The registration fee after April 1 is $225 and late registration fee after April 15 is $275.
“Dementia A Population Health Challenge: Rising Rates, Emerging Ethics” is the title of the conference and is a timely topic. “Dementia is increasingly becoming a population health challenge, currently afflicting more than five million adults in the U.S., and costs more than $600 billion annually worldwide,” said S. Y. Tan, Director of The St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics, who holds degrees in both law and medicine. Dr. Tan also serves as Emeritus Professor for the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine.
A Full Day of Great Speakers
Through a full day of presentations, attendees will have opportunities to participate in a robust discussion and debate involving the ethical issues of dementia care. A distinguished faculty, local and international, will share diverse viewpoints on the subject. There will be representatives from Australia and Singapore.
The program will also feature provocative case studies based on scenarios dealing with patients and their caregivers. The case studies will involve an 80-year-old with severe dementia in need of a pacemaker and hemodialysis; a 45-year-old homeless veteran with dementia; and a rich son, a loving mother and father with Alzheimer’s disease.
The conference will also feature scholarly poster presentations and local exhibitors.
Click here for the brochure: Ethics Conference Brochure 2016
For more information, call (808) 547-6500 or email 2016EthicsConference@stfrancishawaii.org