Global Health and The Law: Incorporating Theory into Practice
30 September 2013 to 1 October 2013
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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The most pressing challenges for health are not confined within national borders. The global spread of infectious diseases, the rising burden of non-communicable diseases, and the growing trend in health tourism all present important and novel challenges for the global community.
With papers addressing health and human rights, gene patenting, communicable and non-communicable diseases, health tourism, surrogacy and cross border reproduction, and the global regulation of therapeutics, this interdisciplinary conference will explore the role for law in supporting and promoting global health. A particular focus of the conference will be the consideration of practical opportunities and challenges in responding to issues in global health
This conference will be relevant to all those with an interest in global health, health law, public health, and human rights including students, lawyers, health professionals, academics, and the public.
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Conference Fees (2 days):
Full fee: $150 gst inclusive
Alumni/USYD staff: $120 gst inclusive
Concession/Students: $99 gst inclusive
Conference Dinner (optional): $99 gst inclusive
Additional information for conference delegates:Conference dinner sample menu.pdf
The conference is sponsored by The Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL), Australia and New Zealand's leading organisation concerned with issues of bioethics and health law. For further information or to become a member CLICK HERE.
Cost: Full fee: $150, Alumni/USYD staff: $120, Concession/Students: $99
Contact: PLaCE Coordinator
Phone: (02) 93510323