Book Launch: Animal De(liberation): Should the Consumpion of Animal Products be Banned? by Jan Deckers
2 September 2016 at 5.30pm at The Keynes Library, University of London
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Dementia: Quality of Care
Wednesday 16 November 2016
Venue: Royal National Hotel, London
Following on from the highly successful and well-attended event in Manchester back in April, Open Forum Events are very proud to be bri...
Mental Health: Forward Thinking - Delivering the Strategy
Thursday 15 September 2016
Venue: America Square Conference Centre, London
Due to the high demand, we are limited to this conference so we encourage interested individuals to Register Today in order...
Progress Educational Trust - Public Events
Progress Educational Trust's next three public events in London and Edinburgh are:
1. TESTING, TESTING 1, 2, 3: PGS AND PGD
London, 6pm on Tuesday 13 September 2016
FREE-to-attend evening event ab...
Using Empathy to Help Resolve Complaints Training
Provider: Empathy Training Ltd. This course is particularly looking at the ethics and the moral principles that govern a person's behaviour within the systems surrounding NHS complaints and serious i...
Free Conference and Call for Papers - University of Oxford
Seeking the Welfare of Healthcare Workers (A TORCH Medical Humanities Conference)
Wednesday 28 September 2016
The goal of this conference is to explore how partnership between healthcare
Palliative & End of Life Care: Supporting Patient Choice
Thursday, 27th October 2016, Royal National Hotel, London
The conference will examine how the delivery of care in the UK is evolving to support and fulfil need requirements, whilst respecting the cho...
Intensive Course on Medical Ethics
12 - 16 September 2016
"A first class course to put your ethical thinking into perspective!" – comment from a 2013 participant.
If you are looking to spend a fruitful, thought-provoking an...
ESRC Research Seminar Series: Towards a European understanding of advance decision-making: a comparative, interdisciplinary approach
The principle of patient autonomy emphasises respect for the patient as an individual, rather than as an object of concern; attempts to promote precedent autonomy aim to extend that respect to those n...