The Plunkett Centre for Ethics is delighted to present the 2016 Plunkett Lecture:
John Hubert Plunkett
The Martin Luther King of colonial Australia and prosecutor of the Myall Creek massacre trials
By Mark Tedeschi AM QC
NSW Senior Crown Prosecutor and author of Murder at Myall Creek
Date: Wednesday 16 November 2016
Time: 5.30pm to 7.30pm (refreshments to follow lecture)
Venue: Function Room, St Vincent’s Clinic, Level 4, 438 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
Registration: By Friday 11 November 2016.
Phone 02 8382 2869 or alternatively, register using the link below:
All are welcome to attend.
Past Plunkett Lectures
Lectures from more recent years, together with invited speakers, are listed below. Recorded lectures can be accessed via the topic link.
|2015||Associate Professor Justin Oakley, Monash University||What should surgical patients be told? The value and limits of medical transparency.|
|2014||Professor Wendy Rogers, Macquarie University||Overdiagnosis: when too much medicine is bad for your health!|
|2013||Dr Steve Matthews, ACU||Musical memories and the way we were: musical therapy in progressive cognitive impairment.|
|2012||Dr Andrew McGee, Queensland University of Technology||My brain, my mind, my body: implications for stem cell research, end of life and organ donation.|
|2011||Dr Paul Biegler, Monash University||The ethical treatment of depression: shortcomings in contemporary practice.|
|2010||Dr John Forge, University of Sydney||The responsible scientist: ethical challenges of research and practice.|
|2009||Prof Greg Craven, ACU and Mr Edward Santow, University of Sydney||Human rights laws: a benefit to patients, participants in research, residents in nursing homes?|