Public Lectures: Psychiatry, Law and Ethics

I am pleased to announce this year’s CMLE Lent Lecture Series on the theme ‘psychiatry, law and ethics’. You are very welcome to attend the lectures.

Thursday 29th January: 1pm to 2pm, S-1.06 (formerly 1B06), Strand Campus, KCL
A DEVIL AND AN ANGEL: EXPERIENCES OF DECISION-MAKING IN PEOPLE WITH ANOREXIA NERVOSA
Tony Hope
Professor of Medical Ethics, University of Oxford.
Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist and Co-Founder of ETHOX

Thursday 5th February: 1pm to 2pm, K2.31, Strand Campus, KCL
IS ‘UNFITNESS TO PLEAD’ FIT FOR PURPOSE?
Jill Peay
Professor of Law
London School of Economics

Thursday 19th February: 1pm to 2pm, K2.31, Strand Campus, KCL
LIMITS TO TRUTH-TELLING: HOW DOCTORS MANAGE DIAGNOSTIC CONFLICT
Richard Kanaan
Clinical Lecturer
Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London

Thursday 26th February: 1pm to 2pm, K2.31, Strand Campus, KCL
RETHINKING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MENTAL DISORDER AND SOCIAL DEVIANCE
Derek Bolton
Professor of Philosophy and Psychopathology
Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London

Tuesday 10th March: 1pm to 2pm, EJS Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus, KCL
INSTITUTIONALISING THE COMMUNITY & THE POLITICS OF RISK
Phil Fennell
Professor of Law
Cardiff University

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4 Responses to Public Lectures: Psychiatry, Law and Ethics

  1. […] You are very welcome to attend the Lent Lectures which are free and open to the public. Further details of the entire series are here. […]

  2. […] You are very welcome to attend the Lent Lectures which are free and open to the public. Further details of the entire series are here. […]

  3. […] lecture: INSTITUTIONALISING THE COMMUNITY & THE POLITICS OF RISK The fifth and final Lent Lecture on the theme ‘psychiatry, law and ethics’ takes place on TUESDAY 10th March from 1 to 2pm. The lecture will be given by Phil Fennell, […]

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