Lecture Overview

In this fascinating and thought-provoking talk, Dr Linda Starr discusses the issues around consent and the right to refuse treatment. If you were faced with a conflict between parents and healthcare professionals in relation to withdrawal of, or consent for, treatment, what would you do?

Educators

Linda Starr

Dr Linda Starr is a general and mental health qualified nurse, lawyer, and associate professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Flinders University. Her research interests have been in health law for health practitioners, criminal law, forensic health care, and elder abuse investigation and prosecution, which was the subject of her PhD. Linda is currently the chair of the state board of the Nursing and Midwifery Board, Australia, the director on the Board of Directors at the Aged Rights Advocacy Service, and is the founding president of the Australian Forensic Nurses Association. She has an extensive speaking record, nationally and internationally, on issues in health law, forensic nursing, and elder abuse.

Reviews

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13 Total Rating(s)

Found this very relevant to my job.

Elizabeth cronk
15 Nov 2018

While early part of the presentation is relevant to those caring for adults, the latter part and the case studies are focussed on the rights of the child/parent to seek/refuse treatment. An interesting listen, but not overly informative for those that only care for adults of all ages.

Sarah Hennessy
20 Sep 2018

Beginning of video cut out and most important information was missed. This led to the remainder of video being slightly confusing.

Nicole Gregory
22 May 2018

Good case studies and highly informative

Kristy Nivison
11 May 2018

interesting points to consider from the case studies.

Josephine O'Dwyer
07 May 2018

Informative, but limited information.

Jacqueline Whiteway
27 Apr 2018

Informative and relevant

Kelly Bidlake
26 Apr 2018

A good refresher.

Fleur Harlock
12 Apr 2018

A stirring and informative lecture. What a minefield where boundaries will keep changing.

Carol E Clark
29 Jan 2018

Educator was engaging

Pamela Gordon
26 Dec 2017

Very informative

CHLOE KIM
06 Dec 2017

this was an informative talk

margaret Galea
28 Nov 2017

A must see for health professionals in any area of practice.

Penelope Anne Wride
25 Nov 2017

Good lecture

CHLOE KIM
05 Nov 2017

great refresher

Michele Phillips
01 Nov 2017

Very important subject learnt a lot

Jennifer soutar
01 Nov 2017

Very informative

Janice Belskyj
26 Oct 2017