Register to attend the annual Plunkett Lecture, to be delivered by the Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney on 20 July: Drive-Thru Healthcare: is there more to the healing relationship than supply and demand?
The Plunkett Centre for Ethics (a joint centre of Australian Catholic University and St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney) is delighted to present the 2017 Plunkett Lecture:
To be delivered by the Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney.
All ACU staff are invited to join us at this annual event.
Date: Thursday 20 July 2017 Time: 5.30pm to 7.30pm (refreshments to follow lecture) Venue: Function Room, St Vincent’s Clinic, Level 4, 438 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst NSW Registration: By Friday 14 July 2017 via phone 02 8382 2869 or the website.
The inaugural Plunkett Lecture was delivered in 1992, initiating a series of annual lectures which address the ethical issues which arise in the allocation and provision of healthcare in Australia. The lectures are one way in which the Plunkett Centre expresses its commitment to intellectual and professional excellence, to fairness and justice, and to the great values of compassion and fellowship in healthcare.
The Plunkett Centre for Ethics is delighted to be hosting the Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney, who will deliver this year’s lecture.
About the ACU Luminaries Series
Throughout the year, the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy hosts public events with internationally acclaimed scholars and experts. Our public lectures, seminars, short courses, workshops and research colloquia explore how social, cultural, political and religious issues impact how we understand our world.