In Conversation with... Sir Liam Donaldson'
The event, which promises to be both thought-provoking and participative, will provide a revealing insight into the personal ethical dilemmas faced by one of the UK’s most prominent figures in medicine.
Sir Liam Donaldson, who is currently the University’s Chancellor, will take the audience through his career – from his time as a medical practitioner in the early 1970s, all the way through to his role as England’s chief medical officer – and explore some of the varied and significant ethical issues he tackled along the way.
When: 13.30-15.00, Friday 11 May
Where: Newcastle University Business School, 5 Barrack Road
Attendance at this event is free but will be guaranteed on a first-come-first-served basis.Operating under ‘Chatham House Rules’ to encourage open discussion, the event will not be streamed or recorded for media purposes, and attendees are respectfully requested not to publish event commentary on social media channels.
Please register via this link: Ethics Event Registration
About the Ethics Forum
Ethical behaviour is a leadership choice that informs all aspects of occupational and personal lives. The Ethics Forum was established by Newcastle University Business School and the Bridge Club to bring together a network of individuals interested in organisational and business ethics. It is open to business people, individuals and academics from the North East region and beyond and designed to bridge the gap between academic theory and organisational practice.
The Ethics Forum is a series of ‘speak-easy’, free events featuring high-profile speakers. Contributors have included Philip Angier, Chairman of the Board of Shared Interest, Mags Vaughan, Business Director of Traidcraft, Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty, Sir Robert Worcester, founder of MORI and Sir George Russell, Deputy Chairman of ITV.
Published: 26th April 2012