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Miss Selina Metternick-jones1 1South Metropolitan Health Service, Murdoch , Australia In April 2020 WA implemented a medical research amendment to the Guardianship and Administration Act. This amendment was spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic and a need for Western Australians to...
  • July 13, 2021
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Professor Jing-bao Nie1, Associate Professor Neil Pickering 1Bioethics Centre, University Of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand From China to the US, from Asia and Europe to South America, from peaceful New Zealand to peace-keeping United Nations organisations, military language pervades the...
  • July 13, 2021
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Dr Lisa Dive1, Professor Ainsley Newson1 1University Of Sydney, Camperdown, Australia The severity of genetic conditions is frequently appealed to in discussions of the use of genetic information in reproduction. Focusing on reproductive genetic carrier screening (RCS), we address two...
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Mr Jonathan Coman1 1Monash University, Clayton, Australia For much of last century, privately owned human skeletons were used for the study of human anatomy. Sets of human bones could be purchased legally in Victoria until the enactment of the Human...
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Ms Sophia Barham1 1University Of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Creating health equity for disadvantaged groups in our society is a long held goal of both public health and bioethics alike. However, achieving this goal remains a challenge for governments around...
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Dr Piers Gooding1, Mr  Timothy  Kariotis1, Dr David Clifford1 1University Of Melbourne, Australia This presentation will share results of a literature review and workshop on the law and ethics of ‘digitally assisted nursing observation’ in psychiatric settings. In acute psychiatric...
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Dr Sam Boyle1 1ACHLR, Queensland University Of Technology, Brisbane, Australia Healthcare and technology – a clash of culture between patient-centric care and commercial incentives This paper presents the results of a focus group study of lawyers and advocates for people...
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Mr Joel Grieger1 1University of Adelaide – Law School, Adelaide, Australia Healthcare and technology – a clash of culture between patient-centric care and commercial incentives This presentation will explore the potential “clash of culture” found at the intersection of the...
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Dr Nathan Emmerich1 1ANU Australia Harman (2015; 2016) has recently advanced the notion of a morally permissible moral mistakes. Whilst it can be compared to the category of suberogatory acts (Driver 1992) it is arguably a more pragmatic notion, one...
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Ms Josephine Johnston1 1University Of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand So called “chimera” research is accelerating. Rapid advances in stem cell science and new gene editing techniques are enabling researchers to more extensively and precisely insert human cells—and self-organizing structures derived...
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