2021 Conference Update

Our future: Connections, Conversation and Community

Invitation to Attend

18-20 November

The 2021 virtual conference for AABHL is a long-awaited opportunity to re-connect with colleagues from the bioethics and health law communities. It has been a difficult time for all of us. For many around the world, it continues to be most difficult. The global pandemic is not over but we can now begin to look forward. The conference theme acknowledges the bioethical and health law debates of the past year with a focus on shaping the future of our fields. What have we learnt about ourselves, our communities, our health systems, and our legal systems from this experience with a global crisis? What issues have been forgotten, marginalised or are emerging? How might we transform our thinking about ‘old’ issues? How can we improve our future?

The virtual format of the 2021 conference is designed to stimulate discussion and provide opportunities to engage with colleagues and ideas. We feature plenary talks with key opinion leaders but also novel sessions designed for an online format to showcase conversations and perspectives that reflect contemporary discussions and different points of view. There will be opportunities to learn from practical sessions, and network with colleagues old and new. Check out the 2021 AABHL Program!

Please visit the conference website and join us for what promises to be a diverse, dynamic, and forward-looking conference.

AABHL Chairs: Professor Anne-Maree Kelly and Associate Professor Mark Taylor

Who Should Attend

This conference is targeted to academics and practitioners from the following professions and disciplines:

  • All aspects of healthcare
  • Policy development
  • Medico-legal
  • Education
  • Ethics/Philosophy
  • Research
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