VELiM is an independent centre of the University Sydney associated with Sydney Medical School.
The Centre was first established in 1995 by Australian philosopher, surgeon and poet Miles Little, and has since gained an international reputation. It is known for its innovative approach to research, education, consultation and community outreach activities.
In each of these areas the Centre stimulates creative thought, dialogue and action by engaging different disciplinary perspectives including medicine and science, public health, philosophy, ethics and bioethics, sociology, social linguistics, psychology, history and law.
We welcome enquiries from anyone interested in our activities, and have a low-volume mailing list to which you can subscribe.
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NEWS AND EVENTS
Public Lecture by Professor Jochen Vollman
Medical Treatment at the End of Life: Current Ethical and Clinical Issues
Thursday the 7th of March 2013, 7.00-8.30 pm
The Goethe-Institut Australia is delighted to invite professionals in the field and interested members of the public to a
public lecture followed by an open discussion about this highly topical subject.
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