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Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

0113 343 6100

Medical Ethics Evening – Death, Gender and Irreversibility

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25th March 2020 - 25th March 2020

An exploration of gender reassignment surgery in adolescence and the different definitions of death. At this event for practicing healthcare professionals, two alumni from the University of Leeds' Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre [] will give brief talks on their research into medical ethics. Dr Amelia Thompson will be discussing the ban on gender reassignment surgery in adolescents, whilst Dr Emily Lindsay will discuss the different definitions of death and the implications that these have on practices such as organ donation. Following the short talks, there will be a chance for a discussion of issues related to these topics. Please confirm your attendance via EventBrite. []

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Wednesday 25th March 2020 - 06:00pm