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  • Title: Home of the Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About Us.. Policies.. Constitution.. News.. Minutes of AGM.. AABHL Membership Flyer.. Conferences.. Upcoming Conferences.. Previous Conferences.. Streams.. Clinical Ethics.. Health Law.. Research Ethics.. Teaching Ethics.. Committee.. Member.. Members Home.. 2010 Conference Papers.. Become a Member.. Bulletin Board.. Conference Resources.. Membership Renewals.. 2011 Conference presentations.. 2012 Conference Presentations.. 2013 Conferene presentations.. Links.. Studying Bioethics.. Bioethics Centres.. Bioethics Events.. Bioethics Scholarships.. Bioethics Fellowships.. Bioethics Resources.. Honorary Members.. Life Members.. 2013 Conference papers.. About the Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law.. The Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) is.. Australia.. and.. New Zealand.. s leading organisation concerned with issues of bioethics and health law.. Its members come from many disciplines including medicine, nursing, law, ethics, philosophy, healthcare administration, allied health and complementary healthcare.. AABHL encourages those with a professional interest in the relationship between  ...   established in the early 1990s.. AABHL s main aims are to:.. - Advance the study of bioethics and health law in.. Australasia.. ;.. - Increase public awareness of bioethics and health law issues;.. - Promote public debate and to facilitate communication with and to the public, governments, organisations and the media about bioethics and health law issues;.. - Fund, promote and conduct research on bioethics and health law;.. - Hold an annual conference and regular state-based activities as a means of furthering bioethics and health law education and debate;.. - Provide an information resource and to liaise with other bodies with similar aims;.. - Provide bioethics and health law education and to support scholarship.. If you have any suggestions on the web site please complete.. this form.. Tweets by @AABHL.. CONTACT US.. PRIVACY STATEMENT.. BECOME A MEMBER..

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  • Title: About the Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law
    Descriptive info: About the AABHL.. The Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) was formed in 2010.. It encourages open discussion and debate on a range of bioethical issues, providing a place where people can ask difficult questions about ideas and practices associated with health and illness, biomedical research and human values.. The AABHL seeks to foster a distinctive Australasian voice in bioethics, and provide opportunities for international engagement through its membership, journal and conferences.. Members come from all the contributing humanities, social science and science disciplines that make up contemporary bioethics.. Many members have cross-disciplinary interests and all seek to broaden the dialogues in which all members of the  ...   in Australasia;.. to provide a public forum for debate and discussion of bioethics;.. to promote awareness of bioethics and bioethical issues in the community among all those involved in health care and related disciplines.. The AABHL constitution is available.. here.. The association has run national conferences since its inception.. Proceedings have been published and it is intended to have the proceedings of recent Conferences placed on the Web.. In the meantime, these are stored in the Mitchell Library through the State Library of NSW.. Arrangements are being made with the Library to have these available on inter-library loan.. Engaging with the political - a policy document AABHL Political Action..

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  • Title: AABHL: Engaging with the Political
    Descriptive info: Sponsorship and Promotions.. Endorsed by the Committee, March 2011.. AABHL is an association that commenced operations in 2010, from the amalgamation of the Australasian Bioethics Association and the Australian and NZ Institute of Health, Law and Ethics.. Its members come from universities, the health and legal professions, the bodies of students in training for careers in these professions and/or the academy, and from other walks of life involved in the ethical and legal consideration of health care and the life sciences.. AABHL is the most prominent professional association in.. in these areas.. AABHL s primary aim is to foster debate, discussion, inquiry and research into the many issues that arise  ...   and educational activities.. Given this primary focus, AABHL does not formulate or support particular policy positions on any of the issues that are explored in these settings.. Hence it does not accept sponsorship from, or help promote any organisation that argues or agitates for, specific policy positions or changes.. This does not preclude AABHL from accepting financial or in kind support from individuals or organisations whose clear motivation is to help sustain the collegiate activities of the association.. This allows an organisation to promote its services (eg a law firm financially supporting a speaker, but simultaneously advertising its services via a banner) but not a particular bioethical or legal view..

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  • Title: News and Updates
    Descriptive info: News and Updates.. Latest news from AABHL.. Posted.. June 19, 2014.. in.. by.. camilla Scanlan.. more.. AABHL 2014 Conference, 2-4 Oct, Perth.. latest news.. January 29, 2014.. Camilla Scanlan.. International Conference on End of Life: Law, Ethics, Policy and Practice.. 13 - 15 August 2014.. November 18, 2013.. Ben White.. Melbourne Law Masters 2014 intake.. October 24, 2013.. Medical Ethics Newsletter, July 2013.. June 30, 2013.. Katrina A.. Bramstedt..  ...   28, 2013.. Katrina Bramstedt.. Medical Ethics Newsletter, April 2013.. March 27, 2013.. Medical Ethics Newsletter March 2013,.. March 3, 2013.. January 2013 Medical Ethics Newsletter.. January 30, 2013.. Medical Ethics Newsletter.. January 7, 2013.. Teaching Ethics Resources.. October 3, 2012.. presentations from 2012 conference.. September 4, 2012.. AABHL on Twitter.. August 16, 2012.. Bernadette Richards.. Clinical Ethics Resource.. October 10, 2011.. Prev.. 1.. 2.. Next.. Showing.. 15.. of.. 16..

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  • Title: AABHL Membership Flyer
    Descriptive info: Click on link.. AABHL_membership_flyer_e_version.. docx.. The Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) is Australia and New Zealand s leading organisation concerned with issues of bioethics and health law.. Its members come from many health and law disciplines, and include clinicians, lawyers, academics, government policy analysts and community activists.. Membership of the AABHL provides a focus for those with interest or expertise in specific areas of bioethics to develop educational and research collaborations.. AABHL members are kept informed of current developments, relevant events and opportunities through regular notices and the website.. Benefits of membership include:.. opportunities to collaborate with similarly interested professionals and with other bioethics organisations at annual conferences, at local workshops and events, and through involvement  ...   s leading journals, the JBI provides a unique interdisciplinary forum for bioethics scholarship and is a source of up-to-date legal and policy developments from around the world.. a 25% discount on other titles published by Springer Press.. discounted member rates to attend the annual AABHL conference which attracts national and international experts in bioethics and health law, and provides opportunities for members to present their work and discuss their ideas with others engaged in the field.. To find out more, access the website at.. www.. aabhl.. org.. To join AABHL, access the.. become a member.. page on the website.. Various categories of membership are offered, including institutional membership and a discounted student rate.. Enquiries can be directed to.. secretary@aabhl..

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  • Title: AABHL Conferences
    Descriptive info: Health, Bioethics and the Law: Inclusions and Exclusions.. 12th ABA conference in combination with the 11th conference of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health, Law Ethics.. Melbourne University, 28 November to 1 December 2007.. Life, Death and Human Nature - Bioethics and Biolaw in the Twenty-First Century.. Queensland University of Technology - Brisbane, 5-8 July 2006.. Visit conference website.. Contesting freedoms in health care: policy, practice and ethics.. Sydney, November 2004.. Healthcare delivery across cultures.. Adelaide, 2002.. View Papers..

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  • Title: Upcoming Conferences
    Descriptive info: AABHL 2014 Conference.. Dates:.. 2-4 October, 2014.. Location.. : University of Western Australia, Perth.. For more information visit the conference website.. http://www.. conferencedesign.. com.. au/aabhl2014/index.. html.. Theme:.. How Should We Decide?.. This conference will provide a forum for discussion on a wide variety of topics in bioethics and health law in the context of clinical practice, research and public health.. We welcome submissions from all disciplinary backgrounds and encourage submissions from students.. Although priority will be given to abstracts that broadly  ...   received.. They are curenty being peer reviewed - the scientific program will be made available very soon - please keep updated.. au/aabhl2014/program.. Student Essay Prizes.. - submission close 18 July 2014.. au/aabhl2014/student_prizes.. The John McPhee prize in health, law and ethics.. : Scholarship in health, law and ethics; exploration of the interface between health, law and ethics; ability to communicate; originality.. The Max Charlesworth prize in bioethics.. : Evidence of academic scholarship; familiarity with the chosen area; rigour in presentation; originality..

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  • Title: Previous Conferences
    Descriptive info: Inaugural Australasian Association of Bioethics and.. Health.. Law.. Conference.. Choice.. do we have any?.. Who chooses what is ethical? Who should choose? What shapes choice?.. University.. Adelaide.. 1-4 July 2010.. The.. Conference opened with a public lecture on the topic.. Deliberative Democracy.. on the evening of Thursday 1 July at.. the newly established Royal Institute of.. Conference sessions resumed Friday morning 2 July in the.. Napier.. Building.. at The University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus.. The conference dinner was held at the.. South.. Australian.. Museum.. in the magnificent Pacific Cultures Gallery on Saturday evening.. Sessions conclude Sunday 4 July with a BBQ lunch at the University Campus Staff Club.. Copies of the contributing papers [following agreement from individual presenters] are available to view under Members Only section.. A report  ...   Resort.. 9-12 July 2009.. Click here for more information.. Health, Bioethics and the Law: Inclusions and Exclusions (2007).. 12th AABHL conference in combination with the 11th conference of te Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health, Law Ethics.. Life, Death and Human Nature - Bioethics and Biolaw in the Twenty-First Century (2006).. 11th AABHL Conference held in conjunction with the 10th conference of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health Law and Ethic.. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 5-8 July 2006.. Contesting freedoms in health care: policy, practice and ethics (2004).. 10th AABHL Conference held in conjunction with the 9th conference of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health Law and Ethics.. University of Sydney, November 2004.. Healthcare delivery across cultures (2002).. 9th AABHL Conference.. University of Adelaide..

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  • Title: AABHL Special Interest Groups
    Descriptive info: Special Interest Groups.. Enter our Bulletin Board.. Guidelines for SIGs.. Visit the Clinical Ethics Special Interest Group (CESIG)..

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  • Title: Clinical Ethics Special Interest Group
    Descriptive info: Clinical Ethics Special Interest Group.. AABHL Clinical Ethics Stream Suggestions and Directions.. Thank you to all who answered our email.. The response was encouraging and the comments more than helpful.. All going well, we will be able to use the enthusiasm and comments to forge a nucleus of clinical ethics interest and expertise within AABHL.. Here are our initial thoughts about the priorities and direction of the Stream.. To have a satellite meeting associated with the AABHL conference, focusing on clinical ethics.. This could be, for example, a half-day meeting immediately prior to the next AABHL conference.. If this concept receives sufficient support, we will need to assemble an organizing group from within the stream to work with the main AABHL organizing committee.. To provide a resource group within AABHL for those seeking input and opinion on policy and protocol formulation.. This might involve those within the Clinical Ethics Stream exchanging personal details, CV s and the like, and listing areas in which they would be prepared to peruse discussion papers and offer opinions.. Any comments provided would not be regarded as being on behalf of either AABHL or the stream.. The stream would function in a facilitatory manner only, putting together small groups of two or more persons with expertise in specific areas, and who may be prepared to comment on certain issues as they see fit.. Any personal information provided would be restricted to those who have signed-up to the stream.. In a less formal manner, to provide a forum/discussion group for those within the stream who have specific problems or queries of a clinical ethics nature.. This, again, would be a closed email discussion group, available to members of the stream.. This is proposed instead of a blog or any sort of open access discussion forum that would require someone s time and patience as  ...   evidence-based medicine, public health ethics, organ donation and research ethics.. She has been a member of the Australian Health Ethics Committee (2003-6), the Medical Board of South Australia (2005-9) and is currently on a number of committees related to organ donation.. She is a long-standing member of the International Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB) and has served in a variety of roles for FAB including as Co-ordinator (2006-8).. Ainsley Newson.. is Senior Lecturer in Bioethics in the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine at the University of Sydney.. Previously (2006-12), she was Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Ethics at the University of Bristol and Research Fellow in Ethics and Genetics (2003-6), Imperial College London.. Ainsley has degree qualifications in science and law and a PhD in bioethics.. During her first post-doctoral appointment, Ainsley developed an interest in clinical ethics and its support mechanisms.. She has sustained that interest in the decade since through the following activities: ten years membership of clinical ethics committees in the UK, most recently at Royal United Hospital in Bath; membership as one of two UK representatives on the European Clinical Ethics Network (2008-13); acting as a trustee and board member of the UK Clinical Ethics Network (2009-12); four years as a member of the Editorial Committee of.. , including Editing the case studies section from 2008-11; three years providing clinical ethics support to London s clinical genetics centres (2003-6), a clinical ethics fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic in the US (2004) and a publication track record in clinical ethics.. In addition to her work in clinical ethics, Ainsley works on the ethical aspects of clinical and reproductive decision-making in genetics (especially prenatal diagnosis and family communication), genetics and public health and emerging technologies including synthetic biology.. image.. To contribute to this discussion group, please click on the topics below:..

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  • Title: Health Law
    Descriptive info: Bill Madden.. B.. A.. LL.. B.. Hons.. (.. Macquarie.. ).. Bill s area of practice is in professional (medical) negligence.. He currently serves as a Member on the NSW Privacy Advisory Committee, and is on the Editorial Board of the Australian Health Law Bulletin (Lexis Nexis).. To contribute to this discussion group, please see the topics below:..

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