As healthcare practitioners know, ethical considerations are a large part of providing care. These decisions can have huge legal implications, and it is important to be fully aware of the law which is constantly updating. This conference will focus on ethical issues regarding end-of-life care, as well as the implications of assisted decision-making legislation. We will explore palliative sedation, euthanasia and assisted suicide, mental health, and will discuss case law in relations to organ donations and transplants. We will also be looking into the new Assisted Human Reproduction Bill 2022, and its implications to ethical care.
This conference will provide healthcare and legal practitioners with up-to-date legalities on medical law and ethics and will prove an invaluable resource to anyone looking to ensure they are up to date on this ever changing legal landscape.
Andrea Mulligan Barrister at the Law Library and Assistant Professor of Law at Trinity College Dublin
Rebecca Graydon, BL, The Law Library
Mary Kirwan, Barrister & Lecturer at RCSI
Simon Mills, Senior Counsel Specialising in Medical Law
Georgina Farren, BL, The Law Library
Dr. Charles O’ Mahoney, Lecturer, School of Law, NUI Galway
Full rate €535 + VAT
Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain number of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment
Discounts available for bookings of 3 or more.