|Position/s:||Associate Lecturer in Law , Associate Lecturer, Flinders Prevention, Promotion and Primary Health Care|
Flinders Law School
|Associate Lecturer in Health Law|
Social Health Sciences
|Phone:||+61 8 82015549|
|Location:||Law Commerce (233)|
|Postal address:||GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia|
I am a specialist health law academic. I lecture both in Law and in the School of Medicine. I split my time so that I am in Law the first half of the week, and in Medicine the second half. My specialty is health law, an area which I teach, research, and publish in.
Flinders University Teaching and Innovations Grant 2004.
Team Application - Ms Judith Bannister, Mr David Worswick and Professor Gary Davis
School of Law, Faculty of Education, Humanities, Law and Theology
Awarded for the Modularisation of teaching and learning in LLAW 1101 Legal Method (Legal Research).
I work in two schools: Law and Medicine. My responsibilities vary with location.
In Law I teach various core topics, that have in the past included Legal Method, Administrative Law, Tort Law and Health Law. In 2013 I will be teaching and coordinating the popular and relevant elective Health Law. This toopic frequently leads to higher degree papers. I conduct research into Health law and am doing papers on medical tourism. I am on the law board, and law board of examiners. My chief administrative responsibility is as law school photographer. Duties include taking photos at functions, post-processing images, archiving , printing, resizing and transmitting images. I work closelely with marketing and publicity officers to create images for the law school and university use.
Medical School Responsibility:
Since 2010 I have been employed by the School of Medicine (0.5FTE) as a lecturer in Health Law responsible for the provision of legal information into the School of Medicine. This is chiefly done at first and second year level, where I lecture about legal regulation of healthcare, consent, negligence, professional regulation, records, and privacy and confidentiality. I work closely with the Professor of Ethics and Professionalism to integrate ethicsc, professionalism and law training for all medical students. I am publishing articles about medical tourism and also provide legal expertise and guidance to the Flinders School of Medicine's PBRC Committe that looks at disciplinary issues arising within the School.
Health Law (2);
Transgender law (1);
Health Law Committees, Ethics Committees, Health Law Consultation/Panels etc., Law School Board, PBAC Committee Medical School, First Year teachers Committee (Law)
Photography, photo retouching work.
Please note that email is the best means of contact, as I am frequently in different locations at the university.