Euthanasia and Palliative Care will headline a discussion at the upcoming QndA forum at St Benedict’s Hall at the University of Notre Dame Australia’s Sydney campus on Wednesday 7 December 2016.
QndA draws pollies, priests and professors – of different faiths and traditions – to UNDA to thrash out (what should be) the hot issues of the day. It’s about faith and reason in action.
QndA lets the audience ask the questions. On anything, from anyone.
Going beyond the sound-bite and the narrowly political, QndA brings together people of depth to discuss issues of depth. It’s open, passionate, and respectful.
Guest panellists will include:
Most Rev Richard Umbers, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney;
Associate Professor Natasha Michael, Cabrini Health’s Director of Palliative Medicine;
Jean Kittson, Patron of Palliative Care Nurses Australia;
Professor Margaret Somerville, Professor of Bioethics from The Notre Dame University;
Professor Paul Komesaroff from the Centre for Ethics in Medicine and Society; and
Associate Professor Justin Oakley from Monash University’s Centre for Bioethics.
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Wednesday 7 December 2016 at 6pm.
St Benedict’s Hall, The University of Notre Dame Australia, 104 Broadway (cnr Abercrombie Street), Sydney.
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