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  • Duration: 6 days
  • Fees:
    - £630 / 6 days
    - £175 / single day
  • 10% discount for ICHNT staff (Please contact CPD for the booking)
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The course team includes leading international authorities in the field of medical ethics:

Prof. Raanan Gillon (Course Director) Emeritus Professor of Medical Ethics, Imperial College Faculty of Medicine.

Prof. Kenneth Boyd Emeritus Professor of Medical Ethics , Edinburgh University Medical School, a Vice President and previously General Secretary of the Institute of Medical Ethics.

Prof. Sir Jonathan Montgomery Professor of Health Care Law, University College London, Chairman of the Oxford University Hospitals NHSFT, co-chair of the Moral and Ethical Advisory Group for the Department of Health and Social Care.

Prof. Alastair Campbell  Emeritus Director of the Centre for Biomedical Ethics, National University of Singapore.

Prof. David Albert Jones Director of the Anscombe Centre Oxford; Research Fellow in Bioethics at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford; and Professor of Bioethics at the Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies, St Mary’s University, Twickenham.

Dr Sabena Jameel Associate Clinical Professor in Medical Professionalism, Academic Quality Lead, Senior Academic Tutor – Personal Academic Tutoring, Birmingham Medical School.

Dr. Piers Benn [also as Course Facilitator] Adjunct Professor at Fordham University London Centre.

Dr. Wing May Kong Consultant Physician, Vertical Theme Head Ethics, Leadership and Professionalism, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College.

Dr. Julian Sheather Special adviser on ethics and human rights, British Medical Association and an ethics adviser to Médecins Sans Frontières.

Dr. Daniel Sokol Barrister at 12 King’s Bench Walk  and previously lecturer or senior lecturer in Medical Ethics at several universities. He writes for the British Medical Journal as ‘Ethics Man’.

Prof. James Wilson Professor, Department of Philosophy, University College London. Vice-Dean Faculty of Arts and Humanities, co-director of the UCL Health Humanities Centre and MA Health Humanities. and Director of the MA Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Health.

Prof. John Harris  Professor Emeritus, University of Manchester and Visiting Professor in Bioethics, Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, School of Global Affairs, King’s College London.

Dr Paquita de Zulueta President, Open Section Royal Society of Medicine. CBT therapist and Coach. Senior Tutor Medical Ethics, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Imperial College London.

Prof. Emma Cave Professor of Healthcare Law in Durham Law School, Member of Durham CELLS(Centre for Ethics and Law in the Life Sciences), Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing..

Dr. Alya Khan Senior Lecturer in Health Ethics, School of Social Professions & School of Human Sciences, London Metropolitan University.

Prof. Richard Cookson Centre for Health Economics University of York; Has been an advisor to NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence), Public Health England, the NHS Advisory Committee for Resource Allocation, and the UK Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit in the Treasury.

Dr John Spicer Senior Lecturer, Institute for medical and biomedical education, St George’s, University of London, UK, and a practising NHS GP.

Rebecca Mussel Associate Director of Research and Policy, Nuffield Council on Bioethics.

Dr Otmar Kloiber Secretary General of the World Medical Association.

Prof Teresa Pawlikowska Before retiring she was Director of The Health Professions Education Centre (HPEC) at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (RCSI)  University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dublin, Ireland and was previously Head of The International Unit, Dept of Primary Care and Population Sciences, University College London and  Director of Undergraduate Medical Education, Warwick University Medical School.

Dr John Chisholm He is a retired general practitioner and has been a member of various British Medical Association committees including its Council over the last forty years including at present. He was Chair of the BMA’s medical ethics committee for several years and remains a member, and he has  been a member of the General Medical Council and of  the Royal College of General Practitioners Council for several years.