27-29 May 2022: FEAMC symposium: Challenges of competence and compassion in contemporary medicine: presentations and texts

On May 27-29th, 2022 the FEAMC symposium Challenges of competence and compassion in contemporary medicine was held in Assisi, Italy. Presentations and texts of this meeting will be published on this page as soon as they are available.

Friday, May 27th, 2022PresentationText
Introduction to the symposium
Dr. Vincenzo Defilippis (Italy), President of FEAMC
Compassion in medicine
Msgr. Jacques Suaudeau (France), Ecclesiastical Assistent of FIAMC / FEAMC
PDF Compassion and Medicine Suaudeau – text
Challenges of the paradigmatically changing medicine and health care systems (Post-Covid-19 and beyond)
Prof.dr. Jozef Glasa – internist (Slovakia), clinical pharmacologist, hepatologist, and bioethicist / Slovak christian doctors and health professionals / FEAMC vice-president
PDF Challenges Glasa
Contemporary physician-patient relationships and compassion
Prof.dr. Frans J. van Ittersum – internist-nephrologist (Netherlands) / chair Dutch Catholic Association of Health Care Workers / FEAMC secretary general
PDF Patient-physician relationship Van IttersumPDF Patient-physician relationships van Ittersum – text
Evidence Based Medicine and compassion
Prof.dr. Alexandre Laureano Santos (Portugal), cardiologist
PDF EBM Laureano SantosPDF EBM Laureano Santos – text
Obstetrics & Gynaecology and compassion
Prof.dr. Bogdan Chazan (Poland), gynecologist – obstetrician, medical director of MaterCare International and deputy head of the Polish Society of Catholic Physicians / FEAMC vice president
PDF Obstetrics ChazanPDF Gynaecology Chazan
Aid for pregnant women – the abortion pill regret story
Dr. Dermot Kearney (United Kingdom), cardiologist, FEAMC vice-president
PDF Abortion regret story Kearney
Pediatrics and compassion
Prof.dr. Jose Diogo Ferreira Martins (Portugal), Heart Pediatrician / president of the Portuguese Society of Catholic Doctors
PDF Pediatrics Ferreira Martins – text
The place of compassion within the Hippocratic tradition, according to Professor Jerome Lejeune
Dr. Aude Dugast (France), director of the “Bioethics Master Class, Fondation Jerome Lejeune”
PDF Lejeune DugastPDF Lejeune Dugast – text
Neurology and compassion
Dr. Pavel Kostka (Czech Republik)
PDF Neurology Kostka – text
Oncology and compassion
Prof.dr. Javier Sanz (Spain)
PDF Oncology Sanz
Saturday, 28th, 2022
Psychiatry and compassion
Dr. Ermanno Pavesi (Switzerland)
PDF Psychiatry PavesiPDF Psychiatry Pavesi – text
Medical psychology and compassion
Prof. Chiara Scardicchio (Italy), psychologist, University of Bari
PDF Medical Education and Compassion Scardicchio
End of life and compassion
Prof. Vidas Pilvinis (Lithuania)
PDF Intensive care PilvinisPDF Intensive care Pilvinis – text
Geriatrics and compassion
Lotte Voets MD (Netherlands)
PDF Compassie & Geriatric Care Voets
Compassion: practically ? Palliative Care
H.E. Mgrs Francesco Savino, member of the Charity and Health Commission of the Italian Episcopal Conference
PDF Palliative Care – Savino
Presentation of the final document and closing of the congress.
Msgr. Jacques Suaudeau (France), ecclesiastical/spiritual assistant to FIAMC / FEAMC
PDF Final document Suaudeau
image_pdfimage_print