Workshop sessions

Structure of workshop sessions

Each workshop session will begin with the paper author(s) or assigned commentator providing a short (five minute) summary of the paper assigned to them. The commentator will then give a 15-minute commentary of the paper, and this will be followed by a 40-minute interactive discussion where the author(s) of the paper can elaborate on their paper and answer questions.

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DAY 1 Friday 16 July, 2021

9pm-10pm Melbourne, Australia

12pm-1pm Oxford, UK

7am-8am Eastern Indiana/upstate New York, USA

Paper 1: ‘Religious preferences in healthcare: A welfarist approach’ by Roger Crisp (University of Oxford)

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Commentator: Julian Savulescu (University of Oxford and University of Melbourne)

10pm-11pm Melbourne, Australia

1pm-2pm Oxford, UK

8am-9am Eastern Indiana/upstate New York, USA

Paper 2: ‘‘Accommodating’ healthcare practice in a just civic life: On hospitality towards religious beliefs, values and practices in ethics, professionalism and policy’ by Joshua Hordern (University of Oxford)

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Commentator: Dominic Wilkinson (University of Oxford)

DAY 2 Saturday 17 July, 2021

9pm-10pm Melbourne, Australia

12pm-1pm Oxford, UK

7am-8am Eastern Indiana/upstate New York, USA

Paper 3: ‘Sacred values and pluralism about the sanctity of life’ by Steve Clarke (Charles Sturt University)

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Commentator: Roger Crisp (University of Oxford)

10pm-11pm Melbourne, Australia

1pm-2pm Oxford, UK

8am-9am Eastern Indiana/upstate New York, USA

Paper 4: ‘Religious pluralism and the ethics of healthcare’ by Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame) and William R. Smith (University of Pennsylvania)

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Commentator: Tony Coady (University of Melbourne)

DAY 3 Sunday 18 July, 2021

9pm-10pm Melbourne, Australia

12pm-1pm Oxford, UK

7am-8am Eastern Indiana/upstate New York, USA

Paper 5: ‘Muslim perspectives on end of life care: Empirical research analysing the perspectives of service users and providers’ by Mehrunisha Suleman (Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge)

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Commentator: Justin Oakley (Monash University)

10pm-11pm Melbourne, Australia

1pm-2pm Oxford, UK

8am-9am Eastern Indiana/upstate New York, USA

Paper 6: ‘When (if ever) may doctors discuss religion with their patients?’ by Lauren Notini (Monash University and University of Melbourne) and Justin Oakley (Monash University)

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Commentator: Joshua Hordern (University of Oxford)