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Georgetown University’s Professor Daniel Sulmasy to deliver 2018 Plunkett Lecture
The Plunkett Centre for Ethics (a joint centre of ACU, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney and Calvary Health Care) is delighted to announce the details of the 2018 Plunkett Lecture:
Should we take away Hippocrates' licence? Professionalism, conscience and tolerance in a good society
To be delivered by:
Professor Daniel Sulmasy MD PhD MACP Professor of Biomedical Ethics Georgetown University, Washington DC
Date: Thursday 22 March 2018 Time: 5.30pm Venue: The Function Room, Level 4, St Vincent’s Clinic, 438 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst NSW
Early registration is now open. Please register via the website.
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