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ACHLR and ADSS public lecture – The Social Life of Death

In this public lecture, co-hosted by the Australian Centre for Health Law Research and Australia Death Studies Society (ADSS), Professor Alex Broom PhD will discuss people’s experiences at the end of life. Event details Date: Wednesday 31st July 2024 Time: 3.30pm – 5.00pm (AEST time) Location: Gibson Room,…

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Inaugural QUT Faith and Spirituality Research Symposium

The inaugural QUT Faith and Spirituality Research Symposium was held on Friday, 5th July. The symposium is an outcome of Priority Area 4 of the QUT Spiritual Support and Inclusion Action Plan, part of QUT’s Connections Strategy which focuses on supporting QUT’s diverse faith communities and students and…

Lindy Willmott, Ben White and Rachel Feeney

ARC grant success

The project, Assessing the operation of voluntary assisted dying laws in Australia, has been awarded $392,910 from the ARC Linkage Projects grant round. Lead chief investigators Professors Ben White and Lindy Willmott from QUT’s Australian Centre for Health Law Research said the project would conduct the first national…

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Call for Papers – Symposium

Rethinking Digital Health Data Regulation from the South Law, Technology and Humans Volume 7(3), 2025 This Symposium focuses on the Global South’s efforts to regulate health data. The proliferation of digital technologies, such as mobile devices, cloud technologies, connectivity infrastructures and new developments such as Machine Learning and…