Slides for Day One

Slides for Day One: Thursday, April 24, 2008

8:30 AM


Colin Mathers

Session 1: What We Should Measure When We Measure the Global Burden of Disease

9:00 AM

“The Disintegration of Utility”

Daniel Kahneman, PhD
Professor of Psychology & Public Affairs, Emeritus, and Senior Scholar
Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University

10:30 AM

“Pathology, Preference, Pleasure and Pursuit: Problems of Health Measurement”

Daniel Hausman, PhD
Herbert A. Simon Professor, Department of Philosophy
University of Wisconsin-Madison

1:00 PM

“Measuring the Burden of Disease: Wellbeing and Fairness”

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John Broome, PhD
White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy
University of Oxford

Session 2: Health and Disability

2:45 PM

“A Welfarist Account of Disability”

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Julian Savulescu, PhD
Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics, University of Oxford
Director, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics
Director, Program on Ethics and the New Biosciences in the 21st Century School, University of Oxford

3:30 PM

“Measuring Health: The Disability Critique Revisited”

Jerome Bickenbach, PhD
Queen’s Research Chair, Department of Philosophy and Faculties of Law and Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

4:15 PM

“Valuing Lives Impartially”

Greg Bognar, PhD
Fellow, Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health

5:00 PM

“Comment and Discussion”

Frances Kamm, PhD
Littauer Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
Professor of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University Faculty, The Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health

6-7 PM