Amelia Griggs

Join this session to hear from four professionals with training in bioethics and health law about how they are navigating their way in and around academia. The panel will share their experiences, key lessons, advice, and answer your questions. On...
  • November 15, 2021
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Dr Anne Poelina is a Nyikina Warrwa woman from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. An active community leader, human and earth rights advocate, film maker and a respected academic researcher, with a second Doctor of Philosophy (First Law) titled,...
  • November 2, 2021
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 Mary Graham is a Kombu-merri (Gold Coast) fathers clan and Waka Waka through her mother’s clan. And is now retired. She has lectured on subjects in Aboriginal history, politics, and comparative philosophy at the University of Queensland and at other...
  • November 2, 2021
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This panel brings together diverse perspectives on the ethics and governance of data-intensive health and medical research. The session is structured in two parts. In the first part, panellists will discuss the fundamental values that should guide the collection, storage,...
  • November 1, 2021
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Patients behaving badly – balancing duty of care, trepass to the person, autonomy, police powers and legal rights Patients who are aggressive or violent are common in emergency departments (ED). Some want to discharge themselves before assessment and/or treatment has...
  • October 13, 2021
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Briony Johnston   Biography  Ms Briony Johnston is in the second year of her PhD with the Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney. Her candidature is supported by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project Grant, ‘Taking Action: Increasing Advance...
  • August 24, 2021
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Mike Smith Suicide rates have been increasing and there is a global imperative to address this. In healthcare a policy has emerged which involves the widespread use of suicide risk assessments in mental health interactions as a way to detect...
  • August 24, 2021
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Associate Professor Neil Pickering1 1University of Otago A patient, A, is faced by a choice between two options – to consent to a treatment which will highly likely cure their otherwise almost certainly fatal disease, or to refuse to consent,...
  • August 23, 2021
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