Medical
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 R oom 5.68

1A    Roy Gilbar, ( Leicester)
         Asset or hindrance?: The impact of the duty of confidentiality on the doctor-patient-family relationship
1B   Tracey Evans Chan, (National University of Singapore)
        The Placebo Effect, Informed Consent and Therapeutic Privilege

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 R oom 5.68

2A    John Coggon (Manchester/ Southampton)
        Health Law and Policy in the ‘Big Society': Nudges, Ideals, and Ideology
2B   Judy Laing,( Bristol)
        Contrasting Roles: The Mental Health Act Commission and Care Quality Commission's scrutiny of the Mental Health Act and standards of mental health care

 

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 R oom 5.68

3A   Andrew McGee, (Queensland University of Technology)
        Intention, Foresight and Ending Life: A Reply to Foster, Herring, Melham and Hope
3B   Barry Lyons, (Trinity College Dublin), and  Sheelagh McGuinness (Birmingham)
        Procedural Approaches to Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Care Disputes

 

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 R oom 5.68

4A    Muireann Quigley ( Manchester)
         Propertisation, Commodification, and Commercialisation: Separating Property and Income Rights in Human Tissue
4B   Jane Marriott and Jamie Fletcher ( Surrey)
        The race to the middle: Healthcare reform in the United States of America and the United Kingdom

Abstracts

The Placebo Effect, Informed Consent and Therapeutic Privilege by Tracey Evans Chan.
Health Law and Policy in the „Big Society?: Nudges, Ideals, and Ideology by John Coggon.
The Race to the Middle: Healthcare Reform in the United States of America and United Kingdom by Jane Marriott and Jamie Fletcher.
Asset or hindrance? The impact of the duty of confidentiality on the doctor-patient-family relationship by Roy Gilbar.
Contrasting Roles: The Mental Health Act Commission and Care Quality Commission’s scrutiny of the Mental Health Act and standards of mental health care by Judy Laing.
Procedural Approaches to Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Care Disputes. by Barry Lyons and Sheelagh McGuinness.
Intention, Foresight and Ending Life: A Reply to Foster, Herring, Melham and Hope by Andrew McGee .

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