Conference: Ethics and Health Promotion

One Day Conference 17th September 2010

Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health, University College London.

Programme

9.30am Registration

10am Welcome

10.15am Theresa Marteau, King’s College London
Nudging or Shoving? Towards an empirical distinction

11am Lion Shahab, UCL (tbc)
Framing effects

11.30am Richard Ashcroft, Queen Mary, University of London
Autonomy and health promotion

12.30pm Lunch

1.30pm Martin Wilkinson, University of Auckland
The concept of manipulation in health promotion

2.30pm Jonathan Wolff, UCL
Incentives, rationalisation and health promotion

3.30pm James Wilson, UCL
Duties to promote health

4.30pm Panel discussion

5pm End

Location: Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Anatomy Building, Gower Street. Click here for a maps of UCL.

Registration: Attendance at the conference is free. However space is limited, so we advise you to register early. To register, please email cbrc-courses@ucl.ac.uk and await confirmation. Please say whether you have any special dietary requirements, and don’t forget to include your institutional affiliation, if any, for the name badges.

Other queries: For any queries (other than for conference registration), please contact the organiser Sarah Edwards at sarah.edwards@ucl.ac.uk. Further information here.

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