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The International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation (ICCEC) was developed in 2003 by Drs. George J. Agich and Stella Reiter-Theil, to fill the significant gap in the field between the explosion of clinical ethics, ethics committees, and ethics consultation services around the world and the relative lack of critical and academic discussion of the many practical, institutional, and ethical issues associated with this work.
The inaugural conference, Clinical Ethics Consultation: First International Assessment Summit was organized in Cleveland, Ohio, USA on April 4-6, 2003 with 150 participants. Since that time, the program has developed in both attendance and education and is currently the most recognized clinical ethics conferences worldwide.
ICCEC will take place this year at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC. The conference will draw participation from around the globe and showcase the complexities of clinical ethics from various international locations. The focus for this year’s meeting, Caring for the Ethically Complicated Patient affects all practicing clinical ethicists and healthcare practitioners. Presentations will address management and caring for these patients through case presentations, panel discussions, general sessions, and individual paper sessions. Additionally, keynote lectures will feature individual presentations from Drs. Daniel Callahan and Anne Marie Slowther, pioneers in bioethics and world renowned authors. ICCEC 2016’s mission is to bring together diverse members from the healthcare team in order to improve the treatment of patients and provide a positive impact on the global healthcare community.
Visit www.ICCEC2016.com to register or for more information.