Day 1
TimeSessionPresenter
08.30‑09.00
Registration with coffee   
09.00‑09.30 Introduction to the course Prof Raanan Gillon
09.30‑10.30 Introduction to Philosophical medical ethics Prof Raanan Gillon
10.30‑11.00 Coffee  
11.00‑12.30 Theories of ethics Concerned with rights and duties (“Deontological” Theories) Dr Georgia Testa
12.30‑14.00 Lunch  
14.00‑15.30 Theories of ethics concerned with maximising welfare (“Utilitarian” Theories) Dr Alya Khan
15.30‑16.00 Tea  
16.00‑17.30 Theories of ethics concerned with virtue ethics Prof Ann Gallagher
17.30 Course reception  
Introduction to Mining for Bankers
Day 2
TimeSessionPresenter
09.15‑10.45 A framework for ethical analysis Prof Raanan Gillon
10.45‑11.15 Coffee  
11.15‑12.45 Life, awareness, human beings and persons Prof John Harris
12.45‑13.45 Lunch  
13.45‑15.15 Double effect: acts & omissions: killing & letting die? Prof David Jones
15.15‑15.45 Tea  
15.45‑17.15 The relation of law and ethics: the case of euthanasia Prof Johnathan Montgomery
Introduction to Mining for Bankers
Day 3
TimeSessionPresenter
09.15‑10.45 Paternalism and Respect for Autonomy in Health Care Prof Bobbie Farsides
10.45‑11.15 Coffee  
11.15‑12.45 Thruth-telling in medicine Prof Roger Higgs
12.45‑13.45 Lunch  
13.45‑17.00

Moral argument in the context of a particular case
Course members are asked to bring their own case and be prepared to argue agains their own positions. This facilitates the understanding of different types of moral argument and of views opposed to their own. 

Small workshops followed by plenary discussion
(15.45-16.15 Tea)

Prof Kenneth Boyed
Introduction to Mining for Bankers
Day 4
TimeSessionPresenter
09.15‑10.45 Children: Ethical and Legal Issues Dr Paquita de Zulueta
10.45‑11.15 Coffee  
11.15‑12.45 Practical aspects of clinical ethics Dr Wong May Kong
12.45‑13.45 Lunch  
13.45‑15.15 Ethics, Law and a Doctor's Duty of Care Dr Daniel Sokol 
15.15‑15.45 Tea  
15.45‑17.15 Open session
Facilitated groups in which course members will pursue issues that they have chosen earlier in the week
Prof Raanan Gillon
18.30‑22.00 Optional extra - sparkling wine recpetion followed by course dinner  
Introduction to Mining for Bankers
Day 5
TimeSessionPresenter
09.15‑10.45 Health inequalities, justice and public health Dr James Wilson
10.45‑11.15 Coffee  
11.15‑12.45 Fair Distribution of Scarce Resources- The NICE Approach Dr Richard Cookson
12.45‑13.45 Lunch  
13.45‑15.15 Human rights and medical ethics Dr Julian Sheather
15.15‑15.45 Tea  
15.45‑16.30 Course assessment (completion of course evaluation questionnaire and final discussion) 
Presentation of attendance certificate
Prof Raanan Gillon
Introduction to Mining for Bankers