Date(s) - 30/03/2022
6:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Scientific Meeting & Dinner – ‘Off field behaviour; is a professional ever off duty’
Guest Speakers: Prof Tony Eyers and Cameron Jackson
Venue: Union University & Schools Club of Sydney (UUSC), 25 Bent St, Sydney *Please note the dress code ‘Modern Professional’ https://uusc.com.au/the-club/dress-code/.
Scientific Meeting: starts promptly at 6.15pm. Dinner: starts at 7.30pm. $97.50 for members; $115.00 for guests & non-members. Please advise any special dietary requirements.
Bookings should be made on online below. If having problems please use the booking form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Numbers a strictly limited to 100 people so please book as soon as possible. Members will be able to attend the meeting without the dinner free of charge, but still need to register, unfortunately we can not accept any walkins.
Bookings must be made by the close of business on 21 March 2022 or until sold out which ever occurs earlier.
Anthony Eyers, MBBS, M Bioethics, FRCS, FRACS
Tony is a Colorectal Surgeon who was a VMO at RPAH for over thirty years, where he first developed an interest in professional behaviour and ethics. Since 2008 he has been practicing at Macquarie University Hospital, and teaching non-technical skills to medical science and medical students. He also chairs the Macquarie University Medical Sciences Ethics Committee. He has been a member of the Medical Council of New South Wales, and remains a Hearings Member. The ethics of surgical innovation is one of his key interests.
Cameron Jackson BA, LLB
Cameron graduated from Macquarie University in Arts, winning the final year English prize. He then studied law at Sydney University, where he was a student member of the editorial board of the Sydney Law Review, before completing his law degree in 1996.
Cameron came to the Bar in 1998, where he specialises in health law and administrative law. In the area of health law, Cameron has a particular focus upon advising and appearing for doctors, colleges, and hospitals in disciplinary proceedings, inquests, and other inquiries, and on appeal. Cameron advises and appears in general administrative law proceedings from Tribunals to the High Court, and in both State and Federal courts.
Cameron is a member of the Administrative Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia, is an advocacy instructor for the NSW Bar Association, and has given numerous presentations and written papers in the areas of health and administrative law.
NSW Bar Association has accredited attendance at this meeting for 1 CPD point. Solicitors who find this meeting relevant may claim credit for attendance at this meeting towards their MCLE obligation at 1MCLE unit per hour.
This educational activity has been approved in the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons CPD program. Fellows who participate can claim 1 point per hour (max. 2 points) in Category 4: Maintenance of Knowledge and Skill
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