05 September 2019 Jodie Rawles, (Workstream 1), presented a preliminary legal analysis of judgements concerning support in the contraceptive decision-making of people with intellectual disabilities at the Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Mental Disability Law Seminar Day at the University of Nottingham.
01 April 2019 Jodie Rawles, (Workstream 1), presented an overview of legal judgements regarding the decision-making of people with intellectual disabilities at the International Spring School for Human Rights and Mental Health at Ruhr University Bochum. Image credit: Tionran / CC BY-SA
Jodie Rawles (Workstream 1) had the opportunity to attend a MHJ Service User Advisory Group meeting, on 31 March 2019, where group members fed back and gave advice on Jodie’s plans to involve people with intellectual disabilities in her research.
Members of the Mental Health and Justice research project gathered across the workstreams, alongside participants of the Service User Advisory Group (SUAG) the Advisory Board and Bethlem Gallery, for the MHJ Colloquium 2019. Convening at the Wellcome Trust in London on 16 September, each workstream presented the developments and future areas of research to the
Mental Health and Justice: Classical and Romantic Perspectives Lecture: Dr. Gareth Owen, King’s College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Philosophy and Neuroscience 9 November 2017 New Hunt’s House, Theatre 2, Guy’s Campus With thanks to Philosophy & Medicine
Today, Work stream 1 collaborator Michael Bach appeared on Radio 4’s Today programme, raising his concerns about extending Canadian legalised medical assistance to die to cases where the condition in question is psychological. Link