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15/11/2021

Online conference on "Scientific expertise in the face of crises: overhaul or adjustments? » - November 15, 2021

Calendar Event - Posted on Jul 22 2021

Event

Free, online scientific symposium (translated below): registration now open.

Monday, 15 Novembre 2021

icone hours 14h - 17h30

Scientific program

Scientific expertise today has robust conceptual, methodological, organizational and ethical foundations that make up its strength, including from the perspective of public decision-making.

In a context of great uncertainty and faced with high pressure constraints, scientific expertise has nonetheless been able to play its role in shedding light on public decision-making. Still, criticism has emerged: over the long term, but also in times of crisis, as currently seen with Covid-19. The means and conditions can thus pose an additional challenge to scientific expertise-related communication and its utilisation.

How can these tensions be resolved while capitalising on the benefits that have been reaped from the Covid-19 crisis?

patients included

 "Patients included" event.


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Program
  • 2 p.m. - Reception and opening address
  • 2.20 p.m. - Session 1 : Scientific expertise and its ambitions

- Putting public expertise into perspective: governing through science from the 17th century to the present day
Jérôme Lamy, Researcher at CNRS

- Do research with people, not for people
Bruno Spire, Research Director at Inserm and Honorary President of the AIDES association

- Issues of taking into account SHS in the expertise
Marie Gaille, Director of the Institute of Human and Social Sciences of the CNRS

- The knowledge synthesis model
Laurent Fleury, Head of the Collective Expertise Pole at Inserm

  • 3 p.m. - Session 2 : Benefits and tensions in the light of COVID-19

- Scientific expertise and emergency
Fiona Glen, Programme Director, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Michèle de Guise, Vice-Présidente of the Scientific Council, National Institute of Excellence in Health and Social Services of Quebec (Inesss)

- Scientific expertise and independence
Marcus Guardian, Chief Operating Officer, European Network for Health Technology Assessment (EUnetHTA)

- Appropriation of expertise in the field

  • 4 p.m. - Focus : Scientific expertise and the people’s perception
    Mathias Girel
    , Associate Professor ENS-PSL, Associate of Philosophy

  • 4.30 p.m. - Session 3 : Towards new adjustments in scientific expertise?

- Organizational dimensions of expertise in times of crisis
Henri Bergeron et Olivier Borraz, Research Directors at the CNRS at the Center for Sociology of Organizations at Sciences Po

- Round Table
Catherine Deroche, President of the Senate Social Affairs Committee
Audrey Dufeu, vice-president of the social affairs committee of the National Assembly
Henri Bergeron et Olivier Borraz
, Research Directors at the CNRS at the Center for Sociology of Organizations at Sciences Po

Dominique Le Guludec, President of the French National Authority for Health (HAS)