Learn Me Right in Ethical Procreating in a Time of Climate Change
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
5M ago
In the first episode of 2024, Sinead talks with PhD candidate Craig Stanbury from Monash Bioethics Centre on his research about the ethics of procreating in a time of climate change. Craig talks about the role of justice in moral tragedies, the rights, responsibilities, and duties of people in their reproductive choices, and how all of us can have important conversations about our roles in mitigating climate change ..read more
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ACHLR 11th Public Oration - Professor Emily Jackson
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
7M ago
In 2023 ACHLR is proud to deliver its 11th Oration presented by Professor Emily Jackson who will discuss Regulating Reproduction. This lecture will revisit some of the themes of Professor Jackson’s 2001 book Regulating Reproduction: Law, Technology and Autonomy, in which she argued that women’s reproductive autonomy should be better protected by the law; has there been progress over the last 22 years; or has there sometimes been one step forwards and two steps backwards ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD - Epilogue
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Epilogue the Learn Me Right in Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) mini-series ..read more
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Learn Me Right with Justice Michael Kirby
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Ruthie and Sinead are delighted to release a special podcast with the Hon. Justice Michael Kirby who discusses his role in the World Health Organisation’s response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Australia, as well as unique features of the Australian response that enabled the nation to quickly and effectively curtail a public health emergency that was disproportionately affecting vulnerable people. Michael also discusses the importance of individuals to make change in health law, specifically the importance of joining movements and organisations and of simply being kind ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD: Training for clinicians (Penny Neller and Dr Rachel Feeney)
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Project Manager Penny Neller and Dr. Rachel Feeney explain the importance and success of End-of-Life Law training for clinicians ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD: How patients and families influence change (Ruthie Jeanneret)
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Doctoral Candidate Ruthie Jeanneret, our very own podcast host, discusses the role of patients and families in influencing VAD regulation, drawing on insights from interviews with patients and families in Victoria and Canada ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD: Doctors’ perspectives on involvement in VAD (Dr Laura Ley Greaves)
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Dr. Laura Ley Greaves, a medical practitioner, discusses the importance of considering doctors’ perspectives of providing VAD in Australia, including the emotional impacts of being involved as a VAD provider ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD: Lessons from Belgium (Madeleine Archer)
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Doctoral Candidate Madeleine Archer provides an overview the assisted dying model in Belgium and some similarities and differences with the Australian approach, and highlights some insights and lessons for Australia ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD: Institutional objection (Dr Eliana Close)
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Dr. Eliana Close discusses institutional objections to VAD in Canadian and Australian VAD systems, and how this impacts patients seeking access to VAD, and providing practitioners ..read more
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Learn Me Right in VAD: The Commonwealth Criminal Code and telehealth (Dr Katrine Del Villar)
Australian Centre for Health Law Research
by Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
8M ago
Dr. Katrine Del Villar explores how the Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995 prohibition on using a carriage service (i.e., telehealth) to discuss “suicide” and state Voluntary Assisted Dying laws interact to create a unique and difficult problem for Australians accessing VAD ..read more
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