Presentations

  • Van der Waal, R. & Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019), ‘Controversies surrounding Autonomy and Responsibility: a care-Ethical study into the mother-midwife relation: the CARE-study’. Presentation of research project at the conference ‘Rethinking Ethics in the 21st Century’, European Association of Centers of Medical Ethics (EACME), Oxford, UK, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019), ‘Midlife Motherhood’. Presentation research plan at Hermeneutic-Phenomenological Methodology Course, UCLAN, Preston (UK), July.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Liberating the Pregnant Body: disempowerment and disembodiment in maternity care’. Paper presentation at Global Carework Summit, Toronto (CA), June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Maternity and its implications for care ethics’. Public lecture for candidate students of Master’s program Care Ethics and Policy. Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Maternity in care’; duo lecture together with Femmianne Bredewold PhD for a group of parents of children with impairments who depend upon life long professional care and their professional caregivers, at Prisma. Biezenmortel, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘A practical introduction in care ethics for nurses in paraplegia rehabilitation care’. Key note address at the nursing conference ‘Art of Living’, organized by national union of nurses in rehabilitation care, ‘De Hoogstraat’. Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Zelfopoffering in de zorg? Een zorgethische blik op een omstreden concept’ (Self-sacrifice in care? A care ethical view on a contested concept). Lecture for the Humanistic Union, Utrecht Department. Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Mothers’ derivative dependency as a socio-political moral category’. Key note address at the conference ‘Concerning Maternity Part III; Ethics, Care and Subjectivity’, organized by the research network ‘Concerning Maternity’, Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Relational autonomy in care practices. A care ethical perspective on the role of partner and family.’ Key note address at the conference ‘Quelle place pour les proches dans le soin? Perspectives interdisciplinaires’, organized by the Swiss Network of Ethics of Care (SNEC), Lausanne, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Zingeving en spiritualiteit in maternity care vanuit zorgethisch perspectief’. Plenary opening speech at the conference ‘Welcome to Motherland’, organized by FARA. Leuven, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Wat kan relationele zorgethiek betekenen voor bedrijfsmaatschappelijk werk?’ (How can relational care ethics inform corporate social work?) Workshop at the Congress ‘Het hart van BMW’ (The heart of corporate social work), Christelijke Hogeschool Ede (CHE), Ede, November
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Precarious maternity: a care ethical perspective’. Paper presentation at the Inaugural Conference of the Care Ethics Research Consortium (CERC), Portland OR, USA, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Concerning Maternity: charting maternal experiences of birth’. Paper presentation at the EACME Conference. Amsterdam, September.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van & Leget, C. (2018). What is Care Ethics? Concepts and challenges for its implementation. University of Zurich Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine, Zurich, Zwitserland, Workshop Graduate School, May.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van & Visse, M. (2018). Praktijken geanalyseerd door zorgethici. Spannend bewegen tussen praktijk en theorie . Amsterdam, Conference of the Dutch Union of Bioethicists (NVBe), April.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van (2018). Self-sacrifice in care (Zelfopoffering in de zorg). Key note lecture at in-service training for personnel and family members of residents (people with multiple impairments), Nieuw Woelwijck, Sappemeer, March.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van & S. Rodenburg (2018), ‘Samen beslissen, altijd en iedereen? Hoe dragen naasten bij aan een visie op kwaliteit van leven?’ (Deciding together, always and with everybody? How do partners and relatives contribute to a view on quality of life?). Workshop at the congress ‘Samen beslissen met kwetsbare mensen: een uitdaging’ (Shared dicision making with vulnerable people: a challenge), Utrecht, January.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & M. Breed (2017). ‘Zelf denken, samen doen’. Key note address on care ethics and ethical reflection in care, Symposium in nursing home ‘Ruitersbos’. Breda, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Shared Decision Making vanuit zorgethisch perspectief’ (SDM from a care ethical perspective). Lecture for Patient Advisory Board of Radboud UMC. Nijmegen, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Institutional space for multi-perspective decision-making: what are the challenges?’ Paper presentation at International EACME conference. Barcelona, Spain, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Could Tronto’s Caring Democracy lead the way in The Netherlands?’ Plenary panel session with Joan C. Tronto, Carmen Domínguez-Alcon, Donna Baines, Luz Arango, Orly Benjamin and Hee Kang Kim at the Global Carework Summit, University of Massachusetts, Lowell (MA) USA,  June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Zorg: doe-het-zelf of gedeelde smart?’ (Care ethics: do it yourself or shared sorrow?) Key note address for annual congress of Relief, association of Christian care institutions. Doorn, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2016). ‘What kind of institutions do we need for care-ethical case deliberation? Plans for an international research project’. Paper presentation at EACME conference. Leuven Belgium, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & I. Vels, K. Honsbeek, S. Rodenburg, L. klein Tank & M. Tops (2016). ‘Leren door samen te doen: een praktijkervaring met zorgethische reflectie’. Presentation at NEON Congress (Netwerk Ethiek Ondersteuners Nederland; Network of Ethics Moderators Netherlands), Amersfoort, June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2016). Affective coexistence. Pity as a connection between emotion and ethical knowledge. Presentation at the Workshop Cura ed emozioni/Care and Emotions, Department of Political and Social Science, University of Firenze, Italy, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Care as an unpredictable practice: “What if…?” Response to key note by Prof. dr. Helen Kohlen at the UHS Graduate School Conference “Who is rendered responsible?”, Utrecht, The Netherlands, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Is self-sacrifice in care always wrong? A care-ethical reappraisal of a care-ethical taboo. Paper presentation at ICE International Ethics in Care Conference, Surrey, UK, July.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). What do we do with the partner and the family? A care-ethical view on shared decision making. Paper presentation at ICE International Ethics in Care Conference, Surrey, UK, July.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Charitable Care. Key note address at the Conference on Charitable Care. Dongen, June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Wederkerigheid en zelfopoffering in de zorgrelatie (Reciprocity and self-sacrifice in the care relation). Lecture in Masterclass Care Ethics of the Protestant Theological University and Reliëf. Amsterdam, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). Philosophical and theological sources for a care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice. Presentation at Conference of Dutch Religious Meeting on Religious Heritage. ‘s-Hertogenbosch, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). Wat moeten we met naasten en familie? (What about the loved ones and the family?) Presentation at the Prudentia Conference. Veldhoven, June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). The role of meaning, sense and spirituality in a care-ethical view of self-sacrifice. Presentation at research network meeting Care and Contested Coherence (CCC). Utrecht, April.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). The use of literature in care-ethical research. Presentation at research network meeting Care and Contested Coherence (CCC). Utrecht, April.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). A care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice. Presentation at meeting of scientific staff, University of Humanistic Studies. Utrecht, April.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). Menslievende zorg. (Professional Loving Care). Lecture in Masterclass Care Ethics of the Protestant Theological University and Reliëf. Groningen, February.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2013). Terug naar de essentie. Een ethiek van de zorg (Back to the essence. An ethics of care). Lecture at Symposium ‘To do justice’, Berne. Heeswijk, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2013). Terug naar de essentie. Een ethiek van de zorg (Back to the essence. An ethics of care). Lecture for volunteers in hospice care Drenthe. Ruinen, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2012). Sacrifice. A care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice as essential to care. Poster presentation and chair of group discussions at the Ethics of Care Conference of the European Network of Care Ethicists, Utrecht. (http://ethicsofcare.org/assets/VanNistelrooy2012.pdf)
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2012). De spanning tussen fragiliteit en autonomie als menselijke conditie (The tension between fragility and autonomy as human condition). Key note address at symposium ‘Zorgen om de zorg: sterke armen en legen handen?’ (Care for caring: strong arms and empty hands?) Hospitals Sittard & Heerlen. Sittard, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2008). Thuis zorgen voor stervenden. (Home care for the dying.) Key note address for annual symposium of the Association of Voluntary Palliative and Terminal Home Care. Kampen, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2008). Self-sacrifice and self-description in care relations. At: Sacrifice, 17th European Conference on Philosophy of Religion. Oslo, August.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2007). Ruimte om te sterven? Key note address at the symposium ‘Dood-gewoon?’ of Hospice Gouda. Gouda, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2007). Zingeving in de mantelzorg (Spirituality in informal care). Key note address at the symposium ‘De onverslijtbare mantel’ (‘The imperishable cloak’) of the Amsterdam Protestant Diacony. Amsterdam, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2007). Ethiek om te doen! (Ethics: you can do it!) Key note address on symposium of Cello, organization for care for people with mental impairments. Rosmalen, January.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2006). Identiteit en traditie (Identity and tradition). Key note address on symposium ‘Identiteitsgebonden zorg’ (Identity-rooted care) of nursing home LuciVer. Wijchen, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2003). Ethiek op de agenda: Minder hard, meer hart. (Ethics on the agenda: less hard, more heart.) Ethics symposium Elkerliek Ziekenhuis. Helmond, November.Controversies surrounding Autonomy and Responsibility: a care-Ethical study into the mother-midwife relation Van der Waal, R. & Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019), ‘
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019), ‘Midlife Motherhood’. Presentation research plan at Hermeneutic-Phenomenological Methodology Course, UCLAN, Preston (UK), July.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Liberating the Pregnant Body: disempowerment and disembodiment in maternity care’. Paper presentation, Toronto (CA), June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Maternity and its implications for care ethics’. Public lecture for candidate students of Master’s program Care Ethics and Policy. Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Maternity in care’; duo lecture together with Femmianne Bredewold PhD for a group of parents of children with impairments who depend upon life long professional care, at Prisma. Biezenmortel, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘A practical introduction in care ethics for nurses in paraplegia rehabilitation care’. Lecture at the nursing conference ‘Art of Living’, organized by institution for rehabilitation care ‘De Hoogstraat’. Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Zelfopoffering in de zorg? Een zorgethische blik op een omstreden concept’, Lecture for the Humanistic Union, Utrecht Department. Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Mothers’ derivative dependency as a socio-political moral category’. Key note at the conference ‘Concerning Maternity Part III; Ethics, Care and Subjectivity’, organized by the research network ‘Concerning Maternity’, Utrecht, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019). ‘Relational autonomy in care practices. A care ethical perspective on the role of partner and family.’ Key note at the conference ‘Quelle place pour les proches dans le soin? Perspectives interdisciplinaires’, organized by the Swiss Network of Ethics of Care (SNEC), Lausanne, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Zingeving en spiritualiteit in maternity care vanuit zorgethisch perspectief’. Plenary opening speech at the conference ‘Welcome to Motherland’, organized by FARA. Leuven, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Wat kan relationele zorgethiek betekenen voor bedrijfsmaatschappelijk werk?’ Workshop at the Congress ‘Het hart van BMW’ (The heart of corporate social work), Christelijke Hogeschool Ede (CHE), Ede, November
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Precarious maternity: a care ethical perspective’. Paper presentation at the Inaugural Conference of the Care Ethics Research Consortium (CERC), Portland OR, USA, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). ‘Concerning Maternity: charting maternal experiences of birth’. Paper presentation at the EACME Conference. Amsterdam, September.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van & Leget, C. (2018). What is Care Ethics? Concepts and challenges for its implementation. University of Zurich Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine, Zurich, Zwitserland, Workshop Graduate School, May.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van & Visse, M. (2018). Praktijken geanalyseerd door zorgethici. Spannend bewegen tussen praktijk en theorie . Amsterdam, Conference of the Dutch Union of Bioethicists (NVBe), April.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van (2018). Self-sacrifice in care (Zelfopoffering in de zorg). Sappemeer, lecture at in-service training for personnel, March.
  • Nistelrooij, I. van (2018). Plenary panel discussant on ‘Pregnancy‘ as a topic for metaphysics, political philosophy and care ethics at the philosophical festival Drift entitled ‘Buitenstebinnen’ (Outside In), University of Amsterdam, February.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & M. Breed (2017). ‘Zelf denken, samen doen’. Key note address on care ethics and ethical reflection in care, Symposium in nursing home ‘Ruitersbos’. Breda, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Shared Decision Making vanuit zorgethisch perspectief’. Lecture for Patient Advisory Board of Radboud UMC. Nijmegen, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Institutional space for multi-perspective decision-making: what are the challenges?’ Paper presentation at International EACME conference. Barcelona, Spain, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Could Tronto’s Caring Democracy lead the way in The Netherlands?’ Panel session with Joan C. Tronto, Carmen Domínguez-Alcon, Donna Baines, Luz Arango, Orly Benjamin and Hee Kang Kim at the Global Carework Summit, University of Massachusetts, Lowell (MA) USA,  June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017). ‘Zorg: doe-het-zelf of gedeelde smart?’ Key note address for annual congress of Relief, association of Christian care institutions. (10 March)
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2016). ‘What kind of institutions do we need for care-ethical case deliberation? Plans for an international research project’. Paper presentation at EACME conference. Leuven Belgium, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & I. Vels, K. Honsbeek, S. Rodenburg, L. klein Tank & M. Tops (2016). ‘Leren door samen te doen: een praktijkervaring met zorgethische reflectie’. Presentation at NEON Congress (Netwerk Ethiek Ondersteuners Nederland; Network of Ethics Moderators Netherlands), Amersfoort, June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2016). Affective coexistence. Pity as a connection between emotion and ethical knowledge. Presentation at the Workshop Cura ed emozioni/Care and Emotions, Department of Political and Social Science, University of Firenze, Italy, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Care as an unpredictable practice: “What if…?” Response to key note by Prof. dr. Helen Kohlen at the UHS Graduate School Conference “Who is rendered responsible?”, Utrecht, The Netherlands, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Is self-sacrifice in care always wrong? A care-ethical reappraisal of a care-ethical taboo. Presentation at ICE International Ethics in Care Conference, Surrey, UK, July.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). What do we do with the partner and the family? A care-ethical view on shared decision making. Presentation at ICE International Ethics in Care Conference, Surrey, UK, July.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Charitable Care. Key note address at the Conference on Charitable Care. Dongen, June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2015). Wederkerigheid en zelfopoffering in de zorgrelatie (Reciprocity and self-sacrifice in the care relation). Lecture in Masterclass Care Ethics of the Protestant Theological University and Reliëf. Amsterdam, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). Philosophical and theological sources for a care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice. Presentation at Conference of Dutch Religious Meeting on Religious Heritage. ‘s-Hertogenbosch, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). Wat moeten we met naasten en familie? (What about the loved ones and the family?) Presentation at the Prudentia Conference. Veldhoven, June.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). The role of meaning, sense and spirituality in a care-ethical view of self-sacrifice. Presentation at Care and Contested Coherence. Utrecht, April.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). The use of literature in care-ethical research. Presentation at Care and Contested Coherence. Utrecht, April.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). A care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice. Presentation at Research Meeting, University of Humanistic Studies. Utrecht, April.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2014). Menslievende zorg. (Professional Loving Care). Lecture in Masterclass Care Ethics of the Protestant Theological University and Reliëf. Groningen, February.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2013). Terug naar de essentie. Een ethiek van de zorg (Back to the essence. An ethics of care). Lecture at Symposium ‘To do justice’, Berne. Heeswijk, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2013). Terug naar de essentie. Een ethiek van de zorg (Back to the essence. An ethics of care). Lecture for volunteers in hospice care Drenthe. Ruinen, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2012). Sacrifice. A care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice as essential to care. Poster presentation and chair of group discussions at the Ethics of Care Conference of the European Network of Care Ethicists, Utrecht. (http://ethicsofcare.org/assets/VanNistelrooy2012.pdf)
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2012). De spanning tussen fragiliteit en autonomie als menselijke conditie (The tension between fragility and autonomy as human condition). Key note address at symposium ‘Zorgen om de zorg: sterke armen en legen handen?’ (Care for caring: strong arms and empty hands?) Hospitals Sittard & Heerlen. Sittard, November.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2008). Thuis zorgen voor stervenden. (Home care for the dying.) Key note address for annual symposium of the Association of Voluntary Palliative and Terminal Home Care. Kampen, September.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2008). Self-sacrifice and self-description in care relations. At: Sacrifice, 17th European Conference on Philosophy of Religion. Oslo, August.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2007). Ruimte om te sterven? Key note address at the symposium ‘Dood-gewoon?’ of Hospice Gouda. Gouda, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2007). Zingeving in de mantelzorg (Spirituality in informal care). Key note address at the symposium ‘De onverslijtbare mantel’ (‘The imperishable cloak’) of the Amsterdam Protestant Diacony. Amsterdam, March.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2007). Ethiek om te doen! (Ethics: you can do it!) Key note address on symposium of Cello, organization for care for people with mental impairments. Rosmalen, January.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2006). Identiteit en traditie (Identity and tradition). Key note address on symposium ‘Identiteitsgebonden zorg’ (Identity-rooted care) of nursing home LuciVer. Wijchen, May.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2003). Ethiek op de agenda: Minder hard, meer hart. (Ethics on the agenda: less hard, more heart.) Ethics symposium Elkerliek Ziekenhuis. Helmond, November.

TV appearance

  • 3 December 2012 in “Schepper & Co” (NCRV, national television) on the Electronic Patient File (EPD)