Lent Lecture: Mark Sheehan
Mark Sheehan is to deliver a lecture 'Rare and exceptional: Dealing with difficult healthcare resource allocation decisions' at KCL.
Dr Mark Sheehan (Institute for Science & Ethics; Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics; Ethox Centre, University of Oxford) is to deliver a Lent Lecture at The Centre for Medical Law and Ethics, King’s College London. The lecture will take place on Thursday, 23 February, at the Strand Campus, King's College London.
Date: 23 February, 2012, 13:00-14:00
Venue: S-2.18, Strand Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London. For details on how to find the Strand Campus, see http://www.kcl.ac.uk/campuslife/campuses/strand/Strand.aspx
Speaker: Dr Mark Sheehan
Title: Rare and exceptional: Dealing with difficult healthcare resource allocation decisions
Booking details: There is no charge to attend the lectures. All are welcome. Please contact Dr Neema Sofaer (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
Further information: Information on the Lent Lectures is at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/law/research/centres/medlawethics/events/lent.aspx
The King's Lectures in Ethics are given by leading figures on vital issues of our time. The Lent Lecture series has brought speakers from the fields of medical law, ethics, sociology and policy making to King’s College London since the founding of the Centre of Medical Law and Ethics in 1978. Details of all Lectures for 2012 are below.
LORD JUSTICE MUNBY, Chairman of the Law Commission
Medicine and the law of homicide: a case for reform?
Thursday February 2nd
DR ANNA DIXON, Head of Policy, King’s Fund
GPs as commissioners: handling conflicts of interest and maintaining public trust
Thursday February 2nd (NEW, RESCHEDULED DATE)
DR MARK SHEEHAN, Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Ethics Fellow, Ethox Centre, University of Oxford
Rare and exceptional: Dealing with difficult healthcare resource allocation decisions
Thursday February 23rd
PROFESSOR ALBERT WEALE, Chair of Nuffield Council on Bioethics; Professor of Political Theory and Public Policy, UCL; Vice-President (Public Policy) at the British Academy; ESRC Professorial Fellow
Public Reasoning in the Social Contract for Health
Thursday March 1st
PROFESSOR ALLYSON POLLOCK, Professor of Public Health Research and Policy; Co-director Global Health, Policy and Innovation at the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health Queen Mary, University of London
The NHS and the Health and Social Care Bill 2011: the story so far
Thursday March 8th
PROFESSOR MARY DIXON-WOODS, Professor of Medical Sociology, University of Leicester
Governance in an age of technology: design-based regularion and patient safety
Thursday March 15th