VIFM and Monash University Present:

2023 VIFM GRAEME SCHOFIELD ORATION

Join us for a captivating evening at the 2023 VIFM Graeme Schofield Oration, when globally recognised forensic investigator and responder, Dr Morris Tidball-Binz sheds light on the crucial role of forensic medicine and science in humanitarian efforts worldwide.
The event is named for the late Emeritus Professor Graeme Schofield, former Professor of Anatomy and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University. Professor Schofield was one of the founders of the VIFM, an eminent researcher and a charismatic and inspirational teacher and leader in medicine.
This event brings together experts, professionals, and enthusiasts from various fields to hear about the intersection of forensic science and humanitarian initiatives. The VIFM and Monash University aim to create awareness about the important role forensic medicine and science play in responding to complex humanitarian challenges and international injustices.

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The Australasian College of Legal Medicine

ACLM holds annual Basic and Advanced Law Intensive and Expert Witness courses, and Annual Scientific Meetings on a variety of medico-legal themes.

Learn more about the College including membership and upcoming courses via their website:

http://www.legalmedicine.com.au


The Australian Centre for Health Law Research is delighted to announce the launch of its new website End of Life Law in Australia at http://www.end-of-life.qut.edu.au. Please feel free to circulate this email and the attached brochure to your colleagues, organisation and networks.

About the website

End of Life Law in Australia is designed to provide practical legal information for patients, families, health and legal practitioners, the media, policy makers and the broader community about Australian laws (by jurisdiction) relating to death, dying and end-of-life decision-making. The website covers key areas of interest including advance directives, guardianship, withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining treatment, palliative care, organ donation and assisted dying and euthanasia, with links to external resources in each Australian State and Territory.

Subscribe and receive updates

End of life Law in Australia also has a Recent Developments webpage which is regularly updated with information about legal and policy developments in the end-of-life field. Should you wish to subscribe for updates, please email achlr@qut.edu.au with the words ‘subscribe website’ in the subject line.

Legal overview brochure – https://mlsv.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/ACHLR-End-of-Life-Website-Legal-Overview.pdf

We also attach for your information a brochure which provides an overview of the fundamental legal concepts relating to the law at end of life.

We welcome any feedback and suggestions about how to improve the website, and invite you to contact us any time.

Thank you for your consideration. We hope End of life Law in Australia is of interest, and a valuable resource for you.

Kind regards,

Professors Ben White and Lindy Willmott

Directors


The Medico Legal Society of the United Kingdom
www.medico-legalsociety.org.uk