Current Issues in Medical Law & Ethics Postgraduate Webinar Series: Event 1
From Iain Mcgee
Ms Ruby Reed-Berendt from the University of Edinburgh
About this event
Join postgraduate students, researchers and academics from the University of Edinburgh’s Mason Institute, the University of Bristol’s Centre for Health, Law and Society, and the University of Manchester’s Centre for Social Ethics & Policy, for the first of a FREE three-part seminar series examining contemporary issues in medical law and ethics.
The first seminar will be delivered by Ms Ruby Reed-Berendt from the University of Edinburgh, who will be presenting on the adoption of opt-out legislation for organ donation in Northern Ireland.
This presentation will be followed by short responses from Bonnie Venter, University of Bristol, and Laura O’Donovan, University of Manchester, and then by a discussion in which everyone is encouraged to participate.
We look forward to seeing you!
2.30 – 3.10pm: Presentation and Responses
3.10 – 3.30pm: Q & A
3.30pm onwards: Further discussion, for those who wish to/are able to stay for longer. This will particularly benefit students or researchers who may be undertaking further study on the topic.
Ms Ruby Reed-Berendt is a Research Associate and PhD Candidate at Edinburgh Law School. Her research interests lie in mental health and capacity legislation, healthcare systems and devolved law making. This presentation focuses on a research undertaken as part of BA/Leverhulme small grant project: Legal Transplants and Policy Transfers: Legislating for Organ Donation in a Devolved UK