2021 Oral Presentation – Health Law

Ian Freckelton1 1Law and Psychiatry, University of Melbourne, Australia COVID-19 has generated a new and distinctive focus on the debates about the legitimacy of human challenge studies. Although vaccines are now available for COVID-19, there remain multiple deficits in knowledge...
  • July 13, 2021
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Assoc Prof Bernadette Richards1 1SEC Future Health Technologies, Singapore We live in a time of big data, nearly all of our daily interactions involve a form of data exchange. This is so whether we are entering a gym, shopping for...
  • July 13, 2021
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Ms Briony Johnston1 1University Of Technology Sydney, Australia Purpose: This presentation will identify how a more collaborative approach to Advance Personal Planning (APP) can improve connections between an individual, their care team, and those close to them, providing opportunities for...
  • July 13, 2021
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Professor Anne-maree Kelly1 1Western Health, Australia This study aimed to determine the characteristics, precipitating circumstances, clinical care, outcome and disposition of patients brought to the Emergency Department (ED) under section 351 (police detention and transport) powers of the Mental Health...
  • July 13, 2021
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Dr Carolyn Johnston1, Associate Professor  Jane  Nielsen 1University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia Raw genomic data is the genomic sequence of an individual before analysis and interpretation. It has been described as ‘meaningless’ data in the absence of further analysis, although...
  • July 13, 2021
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Professor Ben White1, Ms Ruthie Jeanneret1, Professor Lindy Willmott1, Dr Eliana Close1 1Australian Centre For Health Law Research, QUT, Australia This presentation will report on findings from semi-structured qualitative interviews with patients and families about their experience of using, or...
  • July 13, 2021
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Dr Eliana Close1, Professor Ben White, Professor Lindy Willmott 1Australian Centre For Health Law Research, Queensland University of Technology, , Australia This presentation reports on findings from a comprehensive review of publicly available policies on voluntary assisted dying (‘VAD’) in...
  • July 12, 2021
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Ms Ruthie Jeanneret1, Professor Ben White1, Dr Eliana  Close1, Professor Lindy Willmott1 1Australian Centre For Health Law Research, Faculty of Business and Law, School of Law, Queensland University Of Technology, Brisbane, Australia Victoria’s voluntary assisted dying (“VAD”) regime has been...
  • July 12, 2021
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Associate Professor Shih-ning Then1, Dr  Craig Sinclair2 1Queensland University Of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, 2University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Since the United Nations Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCPRD) came into force in 2008, the practice and...
  • July 12, 2021
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Dr Louise Austin1 1Cardiff Unversity, Cardiff, United Kingdom Despite the United Kingdom’s (UK) move towards a patient-centred standard of disclosure in informed consent to treatment, the disclosure of alternative treatments continues to be dominated by medical perspectives. To avoid a...
  • July 12, 2021
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