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01/05/2016

ASBH 18th Annual Meeting – Call for Proposals is Open

The 2016 Call for Proposals is Open
until 11:59 Pacific Time, Friday, March 4, 2016
ASBH 18th Annual Meeting
October 6-9, 2016
Washington, D.C.
Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill

We
recommend that you download and print the call for proposals, read this document
thoroughly, and collect all of the information in the requirements checklist.
When you have all of the required information, submit your proposal. More information is
available at www.asbh.org.


Program Theme: Where Do We
Stand? Critical Distance in Bioethics and the Medical Humanities

After
over half a century of work, and as ASBH celebrates its coming-of-age, we have
chosen to focus on “critical distance” and our
“insider-outsider” status at our 18th annual meeting. Where should we
stand to do our best work? Which (and whose) ends should we serve? What brought
about the emergence of bioethics and the medical humanities in the world of
health care education and delivery — and have we lived up to the expectations?
We welcome proposals on the theme of “critical distance” and others
in every submission category.


Accessibility

ASBH
is committed to ensuring that its annual meeting is accessible to persons with
disabilities and that we meet and exceed all of the requirements of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Meeting attendees with special needs are strongly
encouraged to make this indication on their meeting registration form well in
advance of the meeting. We want to welcome you as best we can and, the more
notice you give us, the better we will be able to accommodate you so that you
have a safe and enjoyable experience. Please contact Kari Messenger at
847-375-4879 for assistance.



We
look forward to receiving your proposal and to seeing you in DC!  
If
you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the ASBH office at info@asbh.org or
847-
375-4745.


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