16 JUL, Seminar “Data Reporting as Care Infrastructure”

IGS Seminar, “Data Reporting as Care Infrastructure: Feminist Approaches to ART Registries”

Dates:Thursday 16 JUL 2020, 12:15-13:45 (JST)
Online Seminar(zoom webinar)

Built upon feminist studies of care, we conceptualize clinical data reporting as care infrastructure. This approach allows us to compare the extent to which data are collected for strengthening a community’s ethical obligation, presented as indicators that could reflect quality of care, and inform evidence-based policy making that promotes clinical practices for healthy outcomes. To illustrate the concept, we compare and analyze data reporting of ART in Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. In translating registry data into better ART care, we point to the importance of mediators, including reflective medical practitioners, care-centered state bureaucrats, and feminist activists.

Speaker :
Chia-Ling Wu(National Taiwan University)
Discussant: Azumi Tsuge(Meiji Gakuin University)
Moderator: Yukari Semba (IGS, Ochanomizu University)

Prior registration required, Registration Form 
Language: English, consecutive interpretation (Hinata Sakai, National Taiwan University)

Organizer: Institute for Gender Studies (IGS), Ochanomizu University