KCL/UCL Bioethics Colloquium Thursday March 4th Prof Albert Weale (UCL) will present “Doctors on Assisted Dying: The Dialectics of Debate”

The next session of the Joint Bioethics Colloquium is coming up this Thursday. Prof Albert Weale (UCL) will present “Doctors on Assisted Dying: The Dialectics of Debate”, 16:00-17:30, UCL Pearson (North East Entrance) G22 Lecture Theatre, http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/pearson-lt.

The paper draws on a computer-aided text analysis of the internal consultation held by the Royal College of Physicians on the prospect of a liberalisation of the law on assisted dying. The results provide a number of interesting insights in understanding the reasoning of the different sides in the debate.


All are welcome to attend.

For inquiries contact the convenor Dr James Wilson.

Other forthcoming talks that may be of interest

4th March 2016, 16.30 – 18.00. Prof Alex Broadbent (University of Johannesburg), Prediction and Medicine. UCL, Medical Sciences G46 H O Schild Pharmacology LT. Tea and coffee from 4pm.

10 March 2016, 18:30: Dr Emma Briggs – Pain: survival, science and suffering. KCL Philosophy and Medicine Colloquium

22 March 2016, 18:30: Prof Bronwyn Parry’s Inaugural Lecture on Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai. KCL, Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, King’s Building, Strand Campus

13 June 2016, 17:30: Baroness Helena Kennedy on The Onward March: The Importance of Human Rights as we Age (KCL Institute of Gerontology Annual Lecture, password for registration: davidhobman)

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