Annual Graduate Colloquium in Health Law, Policy and Ethics
Le Groupe de recherche en santé et droit de McGill et le Centre de droit, politique et éthique de la santé de l'Université d'Ottawa organisent à chaque année un colloque de cycle supérieur à Montréal ou Ottawa, où des diplômés en droit, politique, et éthique de la santé ont présenté leurs recherches à la fine pointe à un auditoire multidisciplinaire.
May 2023, University of Ottawa
The Colloquium was back in person this year, hosted by the University of Ottawa's Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. McGill LLM candidate Maushumi Bhattachargee was awarded the Best Presenter - Master's prize, while McGill MD-PhD candidate Mimosa Luigi received the Best Presenter - Doctoral prize. Congratulations! Click here for the full program.
Pictured above: Maushumi, left, and Mimosa, right.
May 2022, McGill University (Online)
For the second year in a row, the Ottawa-McGill Graduate Colloquium was held online. Graduate students from McGill University and the University of Ottawa presented their cutting-edge research and answered questions in dynamic Q/As. Roundtables included discussions of access to care, public health promotion, artificial intelligence and more!
We look forward to being in person again next year.
May 2021, University of Ottawa (Online)
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the graduate colloquium was held online in May 21 2021. Five panels were held, organized around the topics of data and technology, medical malpractice/criminal law, assisted reproduction, the COVID-19 sanitary crisis and public health. All panels were followed by a rich question and answer period, despite the online format. We look format to holding this event again in person in 2022, at McGill!
The complete program for the event available here.
May 2019, McGill University
The 2019 Edition of the Graduate Colloquium was held at McGill in Montreal. Examples of topics discussed included the legality of transgender reparative therapy, the decriminalization of abortion and prenatal screening for trisomy 21. You can find the 2019 program here.
May 2018, University of Ottawa
In May 2018, there were panels on public policy, reproduction, international law, comparative law, science and technology, workplace health, health care providers, research, and privacy.
May 2017, McGill University
In May 2017, the panel was held at McGill University in Montreal. The Colloquium featured 12 participants from the fields of law, public health and medecine. Topics included the use of police force on people with mental disabilities, food safety, pharmaceutical reform and surrogacy. The full program is available here.
May 2016, University of Ottawa
Le 6 mai 2016, Stefanie Carsley, candidate au DCL, ainsi que Matthew Ponsford et Patrick Garon-Sayegh, candidats au LLM, ont présenté leurs recherches à la Faculté de droit de l'Université d'Ottawa grâce à l'appui du GRSD.