The Duty to Disclose

 

The Duty to Disclose: How Much Information Is Too Much?

1800, Tuesday the 21st of June 2016

Senate Room, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast.

Free to Attend. All Welcome.

Event Flyer [.pdf]

 Speakers:

Prof. Susan Bewley

Professor of Complex Obstetrics, Kings College London

And:

Mr. Colm McGrath

WYNG Research Fellow in Medical Law & Ethics, Cambridge University

  • How much information does a woman need in order to enable her to make informed choices about pregnancy and birth?
  • How much information is too much information and how much is not enough?
  • How do health care professionals manage requests for care when a woman has made an informed choice?
  • What happens if the woman’s choice is not the choice that professionals would wish her to make?

Come to the Northern Ireland Ethics Forum discussion and find out what the Montgomery-v-Lanarkshire case and the duty to disclose means for clinical practice.

This seminar is Free to Attend but you are encouraged to register by emailing us at: contact@nief.org.uk

All Welcome