THE THEORY AND PRACTICE: HOPES AND CHALLENGES
With: Professor Paul Komesaroff (Monash University)
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 | 14.30 - 16.00 WIB | Ruang Seminar ICAIOS
About the Lecture:
The lecture will discuss the theory of reconciliation, understood as the process of communication across difference, with reference both to its epistemological and its ethical foundations. Examples of reconciliation practices in the field of health care will be discussed from around the world and some problems for future practice will be posed.
About the Speaker:
Paul Komesaroff is a practicing physician and Professor within. the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University.
He has a PhD in mathematics from The University of Stony Brook, New York. He has an international reputation in health care ethics, and has a major impact on the field of clinical ethics in Australia.
Professor Komesaroff believes that one of the objects of medical research is to contribute to the improvement of clinical practice and the development of new, more effective social policies.
THIS LECTURE IS OPEN & FREE
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