Previous conferences and workshops
The Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health organised nearly twenty conferences and workshops between its inauguration in 2008, and the formation of the Health Humanities Centre in 2015. These included:
Valuing Health and Wellbeing
Valuing Health: Well-being, Freedom and Suffering (2015), How Can We Set Priorities in Health Fairly? (2012), NICE, age discrimination, and end of life treatments (2010).
Public and global health ethics conferences
Priority in Practice 10th Anniversary Conference (2013), Time, Harm and Uncertainty: themes in the Ethics of Infectious Disease (2012), The Ethics and Economics of the Global Response to HIV/AIDS (2012), Inequality and Health (2011), The Ethics of Risk (2010), Ethics and Health Promotion, (2010), The Human Right to Health (2009), Justice and the Social Determinants of Health (2008).
Revisiting 'capacity' in light of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2012), Autism, Ethics and Society (2010, Neuroethics (2009), New Directions in Bioethics (2009), Research Ethics Committees - Help or Hindrance? (2009).