Global Rights Compliance Event: Launch of Legal Advisory Report and Policy Guidance

by | Apr 26, 2022

Global Rights Compliance is conducting an online launch of a ground breaking Legal Advisory Report and Policy Guidance,Do No Harm: Mitigating Human Rights Risks When Interacting with Medical Institutions & Professionals in Transplantation Medicine
 
The launch will take place this Wednesday 27th April 2022.
 
The Legal Advisory Report and Policy Guidance is being released by Global Rights Compliance (GRC) and includes information relevant to a range of stakeholders including hospitals, universities, professional societies, medical journals, independent professional bodies, medical schools and associated medical professionals in the field of organ transplantation. It will also be of interest to lawyers, ethicists, think tanks and policy makers. 
 
The launch event will include a short presentation of the findings of the Advisory by Wayne Jordash QC, followed by a panel discussion with experts from clinical transplantation practice, medical journals and medical associations.
 
Two events will be held to account for different time zones. 
(Speaker bios and further event information can be found on the links below)
 

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