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Seeking Associate Director
We're excited to announce a great employment opportunity at the University of Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. We're looking for an Associate Director for a two-year contract (with possibility of renewal). Qualified candidates will have a post-graduate degree in Law (LL.M. or Ph.D.), preferably with expertise in health law. Bilingualism is an asset but not required.
The Associate Director will work with the Director and Coordinator to lead strategic research initiatives and obtain funding for them, teach health law courses, manage and establish new training programs, and help plan a lively event roster (invited speakers, colloquia, Cafés Scientifiques, international conferences, etc.)
For more information and to apply please go here.
DEADLINE: 1 December 2019.
Fernando Aith (Health Law Research Centre, University of Sāo Paulo, Brazil)
Colleen M. Flood (Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa)
4 February 2020, 11:30 am–1:00 pm
Fauteux Hall room 361
The Privilege of "Best Interests": Why Family Decision-Makers in Health Care Should Not Be Considered Fiduciaries
Jennifer Herbst (Fulbright Visiting Scholar from Quinnipiac University School of Law, U.S.A.)
Jennifer Chandler (Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa)
6 February 2020, 11:30 am–1:00 pm
Fauteux Hall room 302
Jennifer Chandler (CHLPE)
Vanessa Gruben (CHLPE)
Sonny Dhanani (Chief, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, CHEO)
Moderator: Colleen M. Flood (Director, CHLPE)
Short talks by our panel of experts to set the table for a free-flowing discussion with the audience over food and drink in an informal setting.
Pub food and non-alcoholic drinks provided / Alcoholic drinks available for order.
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
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Machine M.D. conference full panel videos and slide decks now available.
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Ottawa Hub for Harm Reduction is tweeting
And it is glorious. The Twitter channel for the newly formed Ottawa Hub for Harm Reduction is up and running and full of info! Check out @ottawaharmredux.
Explore graduate studies in Health Law, Policy, and Ethics
See under "Students" in the main menu above to learn about opportunities for graduate studies at the Centre, including our new LL.M. concentration.