Research Group on the Ethos of Technology

Workshop March 2015: Research Methods at the Interface of Empirical and Normative Research in Health and Ethics

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The two HF/NTNU spearhead projects RESET: Personalized Medicine and Posthuman Perspectives on Welfare Technologies organize a workshop on research methodologies at the interface of empirical and normative research of health and ethics. The projects have a multi-sited approach combining several research methods: document analysis, qualitative interviews, focus group interviews, communication analysis, and normative ethical analysis. The aims of the workshop are: a general discussion on research methods at the interface of empirical and normative research, to develop the research methods of the two projects, and to develop our international cooperation.

Wednesday 25.3

0930 Welcome Merete Lie/Bjørn Myskja

0945 RESET, Presentation of project, researcher Giovanni di Grandis, NTNU

1030 VELTEK, Presentation of project, Post doc researcher Gunhild Tøndel, NTNU

1055 VELTEK, Presentation of project, PhD researcher Jenny M Bergschöld, NTNU

1120 Coffee

1130 Discussion

1200 Ruth Chadwick, Cardiff University: Complementarity of disciplinary approaches in health ethics: how far have we come?

1300 Lunch

1415 Nelly Oudshoorn, Twente University: The importance of non-users and place for understanding user-technology relations

1515 Coffee

1545 Discussion of health technology research

1630 End

1930 Dinner

Thursday 26.3

0900 Søsser Brodersen, Aalborg University Copenhagen: Doing research in the intersections of workspace and homespace

1000 Tsjalling Swierstra, Maastricht University: Articulating lay normativity: a practice based and phenomenological approach

1100 Coffee

1115 Discussion of bioethics research

1215 Summing up Merete Lie/Bjørn Myskja

1230 Lunch

Wednesday 25.3 at Scandic Nidelven Hotel

Thursday 26.3 at NTNU Dragvoll room 6440


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