This event will examine the social, ethical, medical, policy and regulatory issues associated with all forms of fertility control. It will also address the role of disruptive technology, the shift to ex ante responses to reproductive choice and wider intersectional/ equality concerns surrounding fertility control. The event aims to bring together a range of interdisciplinary perspectives and stakeholders, including policy makers, parent groups, health providers, clinicians and a wide range of academics. The aim of the day will be to identify new issues, future challenges and possible solutions for policy makers.
The event is free but there are a limited number of spaces available. Please book early to secure your place at the conference.
Call for Papers:
If you are interested in presenting a paper at the conference, please submit an abstract (maximum 300 words) to email@example.com by the 13 September 2019. Please include the following additional information:
Your full name and contact details
The title of your paper
We would be particularly interested in papers addressing the following issues:
Treatment of minority groups, intersectionality and gender burden.
Access to family planning and reproduction services
Artificial reproduction (eg access, quality control or ‘one at a time’ policies)
The use of nudges and incentives in reproductive healthcare
The use of prenatal screening/ testing as a form of fertility/ population control
The impact of disruptive technology & the future horizon
Lessons from the past
Paper selection will be confirmed to applicants by the 27 September 2019.
Wednesday, 13 November 201909:00 to 16:30
Executive Business Centre
89 Holdenhurst Road
If you have any queries about the event, please contact Jeffrey Wale at Bournemouth University, firstname.lastname@example.org.