The program overview below is provisional and will be updated as planning proceeds. Please check this page regularly.

Wednesday 18th November 2020 | Hobart Function and Conference Centre

 0800 Pre-Conference Workshop Registration Open

Clinical Ethics workshop | Hobart Function and Conference Centre

This workshop is designed for those involved in the provision of clinical ethics support within organisations (such as clinical ethics committee members, clinical ethicists and clinicians).  Sessions will explore various aspects of clinical ethics support including transgender-related issues, emerging end of life concerns, and the skills for conducting effective clinical ethics case consultations.


 

 

Thursday 19th November 2020 |Hobart Function and Conference Centre

0800 Pre-Conference Workshop Registration Open
Workshop | Hobart Function and Conference Centre
Morning workshop including morning tea.  Attendance at this workshop by students (delegates and non-delegates welcome) and Early Career Researchers, fully subsidised by AABHL.  Numbers are limited and registration essential.


 

Opening Plenary 
Welcome to Delegates |
Welcome to Country
President’s Welcome

Kirby Oration:


 

 

Afternoon Tea |
Concurrent Session A
Welcome Reception


Friday 20th November 2020 |Hobart Function and Conference Centre

0800 Registration Open | Hobart Function and Conference Centre
Plenary Session
Invited Speaker: 
Morning Tea |
Concurrent Session B
 
Lunch |
Concurrent Session C
Afternoon Tea |
Plenary Session |

 


Saturday 21st November 2020 |Hobart Function and Conference Centre

0800 Registration Open | Hobart Function and Conference Centre
Plenary Session |

Invited Speaker:


 

Invited Speaker:


 

Morning Tea |
Concurrent Session D
   

Lunch |
Concurrent Session E
Afternoon Tea |
Closing Plenary Session |

Closing Session & Handover

Conference Dinner | 

 

 


 

About the Association

The Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) was formed in 2009.

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 wider community ultimately have an interest.

The AABHL is a supportive, creative and challenging community that provides a rich source of continuing academic refreshment and renewal.

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