Sample of Expert Consultation and Conference Presentations

Landry, J.T., and Rice, J. (2017). Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) and a Coordinated Palliative Care Response. Keynote speakers to Champlain Hospice Palliative Care Education Day. Ottawa, ON.

Landry, J.T. (2016). Let’s Talk About Sex: The Ethics of Sexuality and Intimacy in Dementia. Alzheimer’s Society, Ottawa and Renfrew County. Sexuality in dementia workshop. Ottawa, ON.

Landry, J.T., and Foreman, T.C. (2016). An Ethics Education Curriculum for Critical Care Trainees. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference. Toronto, Canada.

Landry, J.T., Foreman, T.C., and Kekewich, M. (2015). Invited as expert ethics consultation to federally-appointed External Panel on Options for a Legislative Response to Carter v Canada.

Foreman, T.C. (2015). Carter v. Canada. Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics Symposium Guest Speaker, Ethical Challenges in Regulating the Implementation and Practice of Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Death in Ontario. Ottawa, ON.

Landry, J.T., and Foreman, T.C. (2015). An Ethics Education Curriculum for Critical Care Trainees. Cambridge University International Consortium for Bioethics Education. Paris, France.

Landry, J.T. and Foreman, T.C. (2015). Reconsidering the Ethical Permissibility of the use of Unregistered Interventions against Ebola Virus Disease. Cambridge University International Bioethics Retreat. Paris, France.

Foreman, T.C. (2014). The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics Symposium Guest Speaker, The Ethics of Living at Risk: Perspectives Across the Continuum of Care. Ottawa, Canada.