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Infectious Disease Threats.”
Nuffield Trust, Queen Elizabeth II Center, London, England, January 8th, 2004 (Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Public Health Act 1848), Keynote Address: “Health of the People: The Highest Law.”
Australian National Centre for Law and Public Health, Melbourne, Australia, July 22nd, 2003 (Commemorating the Inauguration of the Australian National Centre of Public Health Law), Keynote Address: “Law and Ethics in Population Health.”
World Health Organization, When Terrorism Threatens Health: How Far are Limitations on Human rights Justified?, Geneva, Switzerland, March 25, 2002. (This address was also delivered to the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford University, June, 2002).
Keynote Address for the International Conference on Electronic Patient Records in Medical Practice, 7-10 October 1998, World Trade Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Nancy Weaver Emerson Medical Ethics Lecture, Duke University, November 4, 1998, Durham, North Carolina.
First Distinguished Robert H. Levi Lecture in Bioethics and Public Policy, the Johns Hopkins University, April 24, 1998, Baltimore, Maryland.
and Psychiatry. Pembroke College, Oxford University, England, July 19-22, 1979. Selected papers published in the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 1980; 3(1):1.
Social impediments to the phasing out of institutions in Europe. Delivered to the Italian Mental Health Services Conference. Psichiatri E Buon Governo. Arezzo, Italy, October 28 - November 4, 1979.
The social and political use of psychiatry in an international perspective. Delivered to the Polish Psychiatric Association Congress on Psychiatric Legislation. Warsaw, Poland, June 3, 1978.
A critique of the proposed Mental Health Act of Poland. Delivered to the Second International Congress of Law and Psychiatry. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 24, 1978.
Mental handicap hospitals and their alternatives. Delivered to the Royal Society of Health. London, England, Oct. 1977.
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