2022 Monthly Seminars

DateSeminar
8 March 2022 Dr Megan Prictor  presented on 'Recording our genes: identifying optimal legal settings for clinical genetic data in networked medical records'. 

Professor Mark Taylor and Minna Paltiel presented on 'Protection of genomic data and the Australian Privacy Act:  when is genomic data ‘personal information’?'.

View the March HLEN Monthly Lunchtime Seminar recording.

If privacy is increasing for My Health Record data, it should apply to all medical records, The Conversation

Recording our Genes: Electronic Medical Records, Genomics and the Law project
7 April 2022 David Thorburn, Megan Munsie and Christopher Gyngell presented on 'Maeve's Law: Science and Ethics'.

View the April HLEN Monthly Lunchtime Seminar recording.
3 May 2022 Julian Savulescu presented on 'AI-assisted Medical Decision Making: Contemporary Ethical Challenges'.

View the May HLEN Monthly Lunchtime Seminar recording.
7 June 2022 Heather DouglasLaura Tarzia and Nicola Sheeran will be presenting on 'Reproductive Coercion: Views of Domestic Violence Workers and Lawyers'.

View the June HLEN Monthly Lunchtime Seminar recording.

Communicating Reproductive in the Context of Domestic and Family Violence: Perspectives of Service Providers Supporting Migrant and Refugee Women, (2022) Journal of Family Violence, online first 12 January 2022

Reproductive coercion and abuse against women from migrant and refugee backgrounds: Exploring the views of service providers in Australia, forthcoming Culture, Health and Sexuality, online first 11 January 2021

Reproductive Coercion and Legal Recognition: Views of Domestic Violence  Support Workers and Lawyers, (2021) 10(4) International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 117-130