2019 — 9 speeches
Assoc. Prof. Dr Christopher Newell AM
Christopher Newell was an Associate Professor in Medical Ethics within the School of Medicine at the University of Tasmania. He was in charge of the "Personal and Professional Development" theme of the Tasmanian medical course - one of five themes in the Medical School's new integrated undergraduate curriculum.
His publications include seven co-authored/edited books and more than 200 published journal articles and book chapters. Recent books include Disability in Australia (jointly with Gerard Goggin) which won the "Non-Fiction Human Rights Award" in the 2005 Australian Human Rights Awards.