Agenda

Vrijdag 21 februari 2020: Symposium over "Changing Publication Practices: from predatory to Plan S"

12.00: Light lunch & coffee
13.00: Keynote session

Welcome on behalf of KAGB and Jonge Academie
Patrick Schöffski and Herman Tournaye, Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium

Plan S and the changing world of publishing
Koen Vermeir, professor CNRS, co-chair Global Young Academy

Historical perspective on the business model behind scientific publishing
Stephen Buranyi, freelance journalist The Guardian, research assistant immunology & infection, Imperial College

What happened in publication ethics in biomedicine since 1970?
André Van Steirteghem, prof. em. VUB, UZ Brussel, former editor-in-chief of Human Reproduction, past secretary of COPE, president of VCWI

The success story of European Journal of Taxonomy: diamond open access and taxonomic standard
Isabelle Gérard, head of Publications Dprt, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences, co-manager EJT

Think-Check-Submit (video)

14.30: Coffee break

14.55: Metrics, incentives and rewards for open publishing

A reflection on openness-rewarding metrics
Inge Van Nieuwerburgh, Coordinator scholarly communication UGent, National Contact Desk OpenAIRE, Open Access Belgium

Screening the Flemish Academic Bibliographic Database for the SS&H (VABB-SHW) for publications in questionable journals (link)
Joshua Eykens, PhD researcher Library and Information Sciences at ECOOM UAntwerpen

The growing importance of Open Access for Flemish & Belgian government
Bart Dumolyn, Flemish Government - Department Economy, Science & Innovation

Predatory journals in the media
Remy Amkreutz, journalist De Morgen

Interactive panel discussion with

  • Ann Peters, Director Research & internationalisation & head of UHasselt University library
  • Reine Meylaerts, Vice rector Research, KU Leuven
  • Willy Verstraete, President FWO
  • Johan Hanssens, Secretary-general of Department Economy, Science & Innovation, Flemish Government

moderated by Remy Amkreutz, journalist De Morgen

Conclusions
Christophe Vandeviver, Young Academy of Belgium

16.30: End

Registration: https://jongeacademie.be/detail-evenement/predatory/

Zaterdag 28 maart 2020: Symposium over "De rol van artificiële intelligentie in het onderwijs in de biomedische disciplines"

Moderator: Brigitte Velkeniers (President KAGB)

10.00-10.10: Introduction by the president

10.10-10.40: Bernard Nordlinger (Paris): The need to include AI in the curriculum of students in biomedical sciences

10.40-11.00: Guy Nagels (UZ Brussel): AI in the curriculum: medical or engineering approach ?

11.00-11.20: Sigrid Sterckx (UGent): Empowering medical students by including AI in the curriculum: Ethical reflections

11.20-11.40: Lies Lahousse (UGent): Skills needed to translate big data into precision medicine.

11.40-12.10: Panel discussion with the participation of:

  • Marc Van Hulle (KULeuven)

  • Johan Decruyenaere (UGent)

  • Kris Laukens (UAntwerpen):

  • Jens Tijtgat (Vlaams Geneeskundig StudentenOverleg)

  • Frederik Deman (Vlaamse vereniging voor Arts-Specialisten in Opleiding)

Registratie:

Zaterdag 25 april 2020: Symposium over "Acute beroertezorg"

10.00-10.20: Peter De Paepe (Dienst spoedgevallen UZ Gent): Inleiding

10.20-10.45: Laetitia Yperzeele (Dienst Neurologie UZA): Evoluties in de farmacologische behandeling van acute beroerte

10.45-11.10: Luc Defreyne (Dienst Vasculaire en Interventionele Radiologie UZ Gent): Evoluties in de interventionele behandeling van acute beroerte

11.10-11.35: André Peeters (Dienst Neurologie UCL St. Luc, Belgian Stroke Council): Organisatie van acute beroertezorg: buitenlandse modellen

11.35-12.00: Geert Vanhooren (Dienst neurologie AZ Sint-Jan Brugge, Belgian Stroke Council): Organisatie van acute beroertezorg in België

12.00-12.25: Sarah Dewilde (Services in Health Economics): Kosteneffectiviteit van acute beroertezorg

12:25: Paneldiscussie

Registratie:

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Locatie

De symposia vinden plaats in het Paleis der Academiën, Hertogsstraat 1, 1000 Brussel. Ga naar de routebeschrijving.