Curriculum Vitae, Lawrence O. Gostin, p. 27
Selected National and International Keynote Addresses
University of Wales, Welsh Department of Health, and Faculty of Public Health of the Royal Colleges of Physicians, The Archie Cochrane Memorial Lecture “Law and the Population’s Health: Finding the ‘Common Good’ in Public Health Policy,” National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, November 2nd 2005.
European Union Presidency: Tackling Health Inequalities: Governing for Health Summit, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, 17-18 October 2005.
The World Congress on Public Health Law and International Congress on Medical Law, Keynote Address, Seoul, Korea, August 17-21, 2005.
Lecture Series in Public Health Law and Ethics, New Zealand:
- University of Auckland and Ministry of Health, “Contemporary Issues in Public Health Law,” Keynote Address, April 21, 2005.
- New Zealand Centre for Public Law, Victoria University of Wellington, “Biosecurity: From SARS and Influenza to Bioterrorism,” Public Lecture, April 26, 2005.
- University of Otago, “Genomics in Public Health,” Dunedin, April 28, 2005.
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, “Legal Foundations of Public Health Law and its Role in Meeting Future Challenges,” London, February 16, 2005.
American College of Legal Medicine, Cyril Wecht Distinguished Lecture in Legal Medicine, “Is There Space for the ‘Public Good’ in Health Policy?,” San Diego, CA, March 5, 2005.
World Health Organization, International Human Rights Law & Mental Disability: Liberty, Dignity, Equality, Entitlement, Geneva, Switzerland, 12 July 2004.
National Health Law Conference: A Tribute to Prof. Bernard Dickens, University of Toronto, Canada, January 22nd, 2004, Keynote Address: “Ethical and Legal Challenges Posed by SARS: Implications for the Control of Severe
Keynote Address for the Global Forum on HIV, Human Rights and the Law, October 1997, Delhi, India.
Workshop of Ministers of Health and Ministers of Justice from the Asian Region, AIDS Legislation, November 1996, Beijing, China.
Special Olympics, Should Difference Make a Difference? Yale University School of Law. Hartford, Conn., April 1995.
Commencement Address. State University of New York. Brockport, New York, May 1994.
Keynote Address for the Inauguration of the Health Law Institute. The University of Wales, Cardiff, March 1993.
US-USSR AIDS Symposium. Face-to-face meeting of scientists under the auspices of the governments of the US and USSR, the Institute of Medicine, and the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Washington, DC., September, 1990.
Co-Chair. London '89: Second International Conference on Health Law and Ethics. London, England, July 16 - 21, 1989.
Psychiatry Without Asylums. 2000th Anniversary Celebration of the University of Bologna. Italy, October 20 - 22, 1988.
Human Rights, Children and AIDS. General Assembly of the United Nations. New York, April 15, 1988.
Japanese Psychiatric Assn/International Academy of Mental Health and Law. Human Rights in the Japanese Mental health System. Kyoto, Japan, January 30, 1987.
World Federation for Mental Health. Human Rights in Mental Health. London, England, June 1986.
International Federation of Human Rights, UNESCO. Racial Determinants in Immigration Policy. Paris, France, March 1984.
Royal Society of Medicine, Section of Neurology. Legal and Ethical Issues. London, England, May 6, 1982.
Law and Psychiatry III. Special edition of the Fourth International Congress on Law