In 2013 I joined Flinders University as the Associate Professor of Medical Ethics in the School of Medicine. My background is in philosophy, concentrating on political philosophy and ethics, both theoretical and applied, mainly in the context of medical practice, research ethics and other professional practices. I spent the previous eight years in the UK, and before that was based in New Zealand:
2011-13 Philosophy department at the University of Birmingham, UK.
2008 -11 Centre for Professional Ethics at Keele University, UK.
2005-08 School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland.
2004-05 School of History, Philosophy and Politics, Massey University, NZ.
2000-04 I tutored in philosophy at the University of Auckland, NZ.
My current teaching interests focus primarily on the ethical and professional issues arising in the practice of medicine. I teach into each year of the MD and coordinate the Ethics, Law and Professionalism strand.
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