Further to the general Call For Papers, I am organising a panel on Organ Donation and Transplantation Policy at the 2013 ALSP conference, which takes place on 24th and 25th June at the University of Stirling.
Interested parties working on related topics – such as medical consent, family vetoes, nudges and incentives, etc applied to organ donation – are invited to submit abstracts to the conference in the usual manner, indicating (in the abstract and not simply in the email) that they wish to be considered for this panel. (Submissions in other areas are, of course, still welcome; the panel will only run during parallel sessions.)
This panel forms part of a project supported by a workshops grant from the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Thanks to this grant, a limited number of panel members will be offered a subsidy towards the usual costs of registration and accommodation at the conference. This subsidy will be no more than 50% of those costs (possibly less) and does not include travel. No one will be expected to register before costs and details of any subsidy are confirmed; those who we cannot subsidise are still welcome to attend at their own expense (and to present, if their abstract is accepted).
Proposals for papers or panels in other areas falling under the conference theme are still welcome; please see the original call (linked above) or website.