Order of Malta Lecture Series: “A Synopsis of some contemporary controversies in Bioethics”
At a time when many people seek to question the continuing role and relevance of the Catholic Faith, the Order of Malta lecture series aims to equip ordinary Australian Catholics with the knowledge and arguments to defend our beliefs.
On Wednesday 11th June, Dr Bernadette Tobin will lecture on “A Synopsis of some contemporary controversies in Bioethics”. This will be the fourth lecture in a series.
Dr. Tobin’s lecture will cover a number of issues, including;
– Recently enacted legislation in some countries on euthanasia and the possible implications of this for Australia.
– Changes in Australian society’s views on abortion in general and also in possible circumstances concerning rape and the possibility of deformities.
– The ethical challenges being faced by the staff in our hospitals.
Date: Wednesday 11th June 2014
Time: 6.15pm arrival for 6.30pm start
Venue: University of Notre Dame Sydney , Lecture hall: NDS5/203 , Level 2, Pioneer House, Corner of Buckland Street and Broadway
RSVP: Email email@example.com or telephone 02 9331 8477
Driving: there will be some parking in Buckland St and plenty of parking in the Broadway Centre in Bay St off Broadway – about five minutes from UND.
About Dr Bernadette Tobin
Dr. Tobin is the Director of the Plunkett Centre for Ethics which is a joint centre of St.Vincents & Mater Health and Australian Catholic University. She is a Member of the Order of Malta.
Previous articles on the lecture series: