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Dr Alexander Holden1 1The University of Sydney, Milsons Point, Australia Background:The National Law that regulates the dental and other health care professions in Australia sets out regulations that dictate how dental practices are to advertise. This study examines the extent...
  • June 13, 2018
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Dr David J. Carter1 1Law | Health | Justice Research Centre, Faculty Of Law University Of Technology Sydney, Broadway , Australia The powers available to the state in the name of advancing or protecting the public’s health or human biosecurity...
  • June 13, 2018
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A/Prof. David Hunter, Drew Carter  Organised by the Teaching Ethics stream. This workshop aims to share, discuss and develop good practices in assessing medical ethics, both by reflecting on the nature of medical ethics and assessment, sharing practices used elsewhere and...
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Dr Jon Wardle1 1University Of Technology Sydney, Ultimo, Australia International regulatory and legislative developments are increasingly acknowledging traditional health knowledge – evidence based not on scientific methods but on longstanding traditions of use. For example: the World Intellectual Property Organization...
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Benjamin Hofmann1 1Law Graduate, Melbourne, Australia This presentation will focus on the proprietary rights in semen, particularly in relation to artificially assisted human conception that is conducted posthumously. Presently, these rights arise due to exceptions to the long-standing legal rule...
  • June 13, 2018
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Dr Tina Popa1, Fiona Milnes2 1RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, 2RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia Medical negligence claims arise when a medical practitioner has breached their duty of care and that breach has caused injury to the patient. Despite emphasis on open disclosure...
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A/Prof. Wendy Lipworth1, Dr Tereza Hendl,1 Prof Ian Kerridge,1,2 Assistant Professor Tamra Lysaght3, A/Prof Megan Munsie4, Catherine Waldby5, Prof Cameron Stewart6 1Sydney Health Ethics, University Of Sydney, University Of Sydney, Australia, 2Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia, 3Centre for Biomedical Ethics,...
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Dr Cordelia Thomas1 1Health And Disability Commissioner, Wellington, New Zealand In 2017 the Office of the Health and Disability Commissioner undertook a public consultation about  health and disability research involving adult consumers who are unable to consent to their participation...
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Dr Merle Spriggs, Lynn Gillam 1University Of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia, 2Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Parkville, Australia “I think our ethics committee had no idea what we were talking about … in retrospect I think, had no framework for ethical oversight of...
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A/Prof. Clare Delany1 1Children’s Bioethics Centre, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne , West Brunswick , Australia In simpler times (1767), doctors informed patients so they could take courage for whatever the doctor deemed necessary.  Doctors’ ethical obligations seemed simple; decide necessary...
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