Wednesday, 18 July 2007

Invited Presentations


'The future of European Bioethics' Globalising European Bioethics Education Conference, Manchester, 8th February 2010.

'International research & equipoise case studies' Association of Research Ethics Committees Cardiff workshop 23rd February 2010.

'Emergency medicine case study' Association of Research Ethics Committees Birmingham Conference, 19th March, 2009.
Association of Research Ethics Committees Liverpool Hope Workshop, 29th July, 2009.

'Bioethics and The challenge of "sperm ships": the need for the global regulation of medical technology'
Medical Humanities Symposium, Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland,
University of Ulster, Coleraine campus: 28th May, 2009.

Keynote speaker: 'Proportional Ethical Review: a tempting but treacherous notion' National Research Ethics Service Southern conference, London, 24th-25th of February, 2009.

'Virtues and Vices of research ethics committees: Moral pluralism, epistemology and norms for meetings'
Manchester Senior Seminar Series, December 17th, 2008.

'On the Purported Poor Quality of Student Research'
Association of Research Ethics Committees London Conference, 13th November, 2008.

'Online communities of inquiry: Strategies and tactics adopted from
philosophy for children'
e-Learning in Dialogue: Innovative Teaching and Learning in Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, University of York, May 14th-15th, 2008.

Departmental Seminar: 'Why Research Ethics Committees?'
University of Auckland Philosophy Department, Auckland, New Zealand 28th March, 2008.

Departmental Seminar: 'Health Promotion, Autonomy & Domination' AAuckland University of Technology, National Centre for Health and Social Ethics, Auckland, New Zealand, 28th March, 2008.

Departmental Seminar: 'Ensuring access to essential medicines: me-too drugs, incentives & innovation' University of Waikato, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Hamilton, New Zealand, 27th March, 2008.
Massey University, School of History, Philosophy and Classics
, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 20th March, 2008.

keynote speaker: 'Why Research Ethics Committees?' National Research Ethics Service North, Midlands and East of England REC conference, Leeds, 6th March, 2008.

Debate: 'Should REC members represent their personal view or the view of the community?' Office for Research Ethics Committees Northern Ireland REC Members Annual Conference, 22nd January, 2008.

Roundtable Discussion: “Global Health and Access to Essential Medicines
World Poverty, Global Justice and Public Health: A Conference with Thomas Pogge
11th-12th September 2007 – Dublin, Ireland

‘New genetic technologies, changing people and luck egalitarianism’, National University of Ireland Philosophy Seminar Series, Galway, 30th January 2007

'Equity and the distribution of scarce life saving resources in emergency situations' International Network for Public Health Ethics. Ethical Issues in Infectious Disease Control. A satellite workshop of the International Association of Bioethics 8th world congress, Beijing, China, 4th of August 2006.

'What's really wrong with ethical relativism.'
University of Ulster Philosophy Department Seminar Series 21st of February 2006.

'Strategies for developing ethical reasoning skills in bioscience students'
Teaching Ethics to Bioscience Students: Challenges Old and New (The Higher Education Academy Centre for Bioscience) Belfast, 7th of December 2005.

'The Messiness of Moral Status'
Imperial College, London, Bioethics Unit Seminar, 5th of September, 2005.
Keele University, Keele, Centre for Professional Ethics, 9th of September, 2005.

 
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