Diagnosing death in the 21st Century. Keynote lecture at the International Conference on End of Life: Law, Ethics, Policy and Practice 2014, Brisbane Australia. Warning - In this lecture I showed YouTube clips of animal experiments predominantly from the 1950-1970s and these may be distressing to some viewers and listeners. I would wish to state I do not endorse such experiments and I would like to acknowledge the suffering these animals must have gone through and express my gratitude to their contribution and sacrifice.
Donation after Circulatory Death - Ethical, legal and professioanl framework in the UK. Lecture at the International Conference on End of Life: Law, Ethics, Policy and Practice 2014, Brisbane Australia.
Lecture at SN-OD Induction
How far is deemed consent for organ donation medically and ethically justifiable? Presentation to the Northern Ireland Forum for Ethics in Medicine and Healthcare. Belfast, 5th March 2014.
Reassuring George
Lecture at the ELPAT Conference Sicily, November 2012. How the UK overcame barriers to controlled DCD.
“No family should be able to veto the Organ Donor Register?” Pro – Dr David Shaw – Ethicist, University Of Glasgow. Con – Dr Dale Gardiner, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham
Lecture in Cardiff on Donation after Brain Death, 25th September 2012
Lecture to Specialist Nurses, Birmingham, 24th September 2012
Lecture at a CPD Study Day on the Criteria for Diagnosing Death, North Wales, 19th June 2012
Lecture to senior anaesthesia trainees on the Criteria for Death, Oxford, May 2012
Lecture to senior anaesthesia trainees on Pitfalls in Diagnosing Brainstem Death and Organ Donation Practice, Oxford, May 2012
Lecture at the Royal College of Anaesthetists CPD Study Day on Organ Donation: Policy and Practice, London, May 2012
Lecture at the Winter Meeting of the UK Intensive Care Society on the Three 'Reversal' of brain death cases from North America, London, December 2011
Lecture in Canada February 2011, as part of their Call to Action Programme. This lecture outlines the structure of UK Donation Activities and the changes introduced by the UK Organ Donor Taskforce 2008.
My Bioethics Masters paper 2006 on "Is the United Kingdom Controlled Non-Heart Beating Organ Donation Program Ethical?" You may be surprised by my conclusions, though fortunately the ethical and legal framework has progressed since 2006.
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