9.30-11.00. Panel 1. Foundations of conscientious objection (chair: Christopher Cowley)
Ryan, School of Law, Trinity
Conscientious Objection in Employment Law: Irish and International Perspectives
Furman, Department of Philosophy, University
Value Transparency, Public Trust and Conscientious Objection
Hogan, School of Religion, Trinity
Conscientious Objection and the Ethical Responsibilities of the Doctor: Theological Perspectives
11.00-11.30 Tea & Coffee
11.30-13.00. Panel 2. Reproductive rights
panel A (chair: Cliona McGovern)
McCarthy, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork.
Feminist Perspectives on the Scope of Conscientious Objection and Abortion Services
Russell, Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Cork University
Maternity Hospital, and a Clinical Senior Lecturer, University College
Conscientious Provision of Abortion Care.
Felzmann, School of Philosophy, NUI Galway.
Ensuring access to abortion - conscientious objection as public health obstacle?
14.00-15.30. Panel 3. Reproductive rights
panel B (chair: Barry Lyons)
McGuinness, School of Law, University
Abortion, conscience, and jurisdiction.
Mulligan, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin.
Constitutional Protection for Conscientious Objection in Ireland
- Christopher Cowley, School of Philosophy, University College Dublin.
Universal and Selective Conscientious Objection
15.30-16.00 Tea & Coffee
16.00-17.30. Panel 4. Conscientious objection at the end of life (chair: Andrea Mulligan)
McGovern, School of Medicine, University College Dublin.
Conscientious objection to end of life decision making: Does freedom of choice and patient autonomy have a limit?
Lyons, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.
Silent morality and end of life decision-making
Donnelly, School of Law, University College Cork.
Clinician conscience, moral distress and end of life decision-making: The dog that doesn't bark?