The program for the VIII INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON BRAIN DEATH AND DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS is packed full of interesting sessions from Tuesday, December 3 to Friday, December 7. Here are some session titles.
Why And When Should Brain Death Be Declared?
Brain Death Uncertainty: Growing Challenges To Its Legal Status
Vegetative State, Minimally Conscious State, Brain Death, Or A New State Of Disorder Of Consciousness?
“I” And “Thou”: The Development Of Individuation In The Context Of Consciousness
World-Wide Consensus Statement On Brain Death Determination.
Changing Tides In “Death By Neurologic Criteria”
Lessons Learned From The Charlie Gard Case
Determination Of Death By Neurologic Criteria For Adults – Usa (State Of New Jersey)
Current Status Of AAN Guidelines For The Determination Of Brain Death In Adults: Where The Guidelines Fall Short
Reversible Brain Death After Cardiopulmonary Arrest And Induced Hypothermia
Round Table On Jahi Mcmath and Other Controversial Brain-Dead Cases
Different Types Of Brain Death
Ethical Controversies In The Diagnosis Of Brain Death: Ancillary Testing
Physiologic Signatures Of Brain Death Using Invasive Intracranial Monitoring
Are ‘Brain Death’ And ‘Death’ Equivalent? Opinions In The General Public And In Clinicians
Determining Brain Death: The Updated Version Of The Brain Death Protocol Of The Netherlands
Euthanasia In The Netherlands
OH HOW I WISH I COULD ATTEND THIS SYMPOSIUM !!! +RHG