Friday, April 01, 2016

Catching up in person?

I will be on the road a bit during the next few weeks, giving various talks in various places. In case you happen to be around, say 'hi' :).

I will be in Charleston, SC between April 6-8 to give a talk on the Ethics of Catastrophically Ill Patients Access to Unregistered Medical Interventions as part of the Thomas Pitts Memorial Lectureship in Medical Ethics at the Medical University of South Carolina.

From April 11-13 I will be at Williams College, MA to give a talk on the Ethics of Catastrophically Ill Patients Access to Unregistered Medical Interventions in the context of the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa in 2014/15. I will also run a seminar on intractable depression and assisted dying there.

From May 9-11 I will be at Erasmus University in the Netherlands, giving talks on the Ethics of Catastrophically Ill Patients Access to Unregistered Medical Interventions and on why I think there should be no conscientious objection accommodation for doctors in liberal democracies.

From May 12-14 I will be attending the Euthanasia 2016 congress in the Netherlands, offering a presentation on the current state of play in Canada (on a panel with Margaret Battin), as well as a presentation on intractable depression and assisted dying.

So, if you happen to be in the vicinity and you always meant to say 'hi', don' hesitate.

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