Workshop: Everyday Ethics and Primary Healthcare – An Interdisciplinary Evening Workshop

An event hosted by Kings College London Interdisciplinary Discussion Society (KIDS) and the KCL Healthcare and Society Centre (KHSC)

Wednesday 6th April 2011, 4pm-8/8.30pm
The Gordon Museum, Hodgkin Building, Guy’s Campus, King’s College London

Programme
4pm-5pm Posters and coffee
5pm: Introductions, Chair: Andrew Papanikitas, King’s College London
5.10pm: From Ethical Theory to Ethics Education – Hilary Engward, Anglia Ruskin University
5.40pm: Towards the flourishing General Practice – Dr Peter Toon, Queen Mary, University of London
6.10pm: Personalised medicine: implications for commissioningDr John Owens, King’s College London
6.40pm Panel Discussion
7.20pm Reception and posters
8.15pm Close

Call for abstracts: We have space for up to 8 A0 posters on the theme of the meeting. Please send abstracts of max 400 words to andrew.papanikitas@kcl.ac.uk<mailto:andrew.papanikitas@kcl.ac.uk> by March 16th 2011. We will prioritise posters based on relevance to the main theme. Priority will be given to postgraduate research but relevant work from undergraduates is welcome. We also welcome those not selected for display to bring their poster in the form of A4/A5 handouts to give to fellow delegates.

Registration: This event is open to anyone with a research, educational or professional interest in this field. Please note that we have a maximum capacity  of 70 for this venue. Please register by email if you wish to attend: <khsc@kcl.ac.uk>. Attendance is free. No travel bursaries are available.

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