PAC 2022 Conference

Pullman on the Park, Melbourne | Thu 20-Sat 22 Oct 2022. 


Lynn Gillam

Should we start resuscitation? When do we stop? 

Sat 22nd Oct

Lynn Gillam is an experienced clinical ethicist, originally trained in philosophy (MA, Oxon, as a Rhodes Scholar) and bioethics (PhD). Lynn is the Academic Director of the Children’s Bioethics Centre at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. She is also Professor in Health Ethics at the University of Melbourne, in the Department of Paediatrics.

Lynn provides clinical ethics case consultation, policy advice and leads research in paediatric clinical ethics. In 2018, Lynn was awarded the RCH Chairman’s Medal, in recognition of this work.

She also teaches ethics in the MD course, and other health professional degree courses at the University of Melbourne, and supervises research students at Honours, Masters and PhD levels. In 2019, Lynn was made a Member of the Order of Australia for service to medical education in the field of bioethics.

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