Date: 14 Aug
Time: 18:00 - 19:30
Ticket Price: £5
Venue: The Hall at St John's
Age Guidance: 12+
Where is the line between personal responsibility and public health? NHS Tayside gives incentives to encourage people with Hepatitis C into treatment. Is this a good use of NHS resources for the greater good or an undermining of personal responsibility? We will explore the ethical issues associated with offering financial rewards in health-care.
Chair: Sheena Macdonald (journalist)
Panellists: Dr John F Dillon (Consultant Hepatologist and Gastroenterologist, NHS Tayside), Kenneth Boyd (medical ethicist)
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