Ethical Problems of Surveillance in Older people With or Without Dementia

Prof. Timothy Kwok, Professor, Department of Medicine & Therapeutics and School of Public Health, CUHK; Director, Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing

Living Longer or Living Better: The Ethics of Extending Human Life

Prof. David Archard, Chair, Nuffield Council on Bioethics, U.K.

Advances in Biogerontology: Clinical Promise and Ethical Pitfalls

Dr. John Newman, Assistant Professor, Division of Geriatrics, University of California, San Francisco, U.S.A.

Anti-ageing Science: Products Ready for Consumption?

Prof. Jean Woo, Director, CUHK Jockey Club Institute of Ageing

Justice and Biogerontology: Extending Lives Unequally

Dr. Tom Walker, Senior Lecturer in Ethics, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast, U.K.

Psychiatrist 'diagnosing' the President - a Precedent?

Dr. Siu-Wah Li, Consultant Psychiatrist, Department of General Adult Psychiatry, Castle Peak Hospital

Roundtable on “The Journey and Care of Seriously ill Patients Near Their End of Life”

What do Hospital Physicians Need to Provide Better Care Near the End of Life?: Lessons from Collaborative Work in the U.S.

Dr. Nancy Berlinger, Research Scholar, The Hastings Centre, U.S.A

Ethical Challenges in End of Life Care: Local Perspectives in Hong Kong

Dr. Chun-Yan Tse, Honorary Advisor, Hong Kong Society of Palliative Medicine; Member, Clinical Ethics Committee, Hospital Authority

Improving EOL Care for Frail Older People in Hong Kong: A Geriatric Perspective

Dr. James Luk, Consultant (Geriatrics), TWGHs Fung Yiu King Hospital / Queen Mary Hospital

Future Direction in Palliative and EOL Care Model: Planning the Strategic Services Framework in Kowloon West Cluster

Dr. Doris Tse, Cluster Chief Executive (Kowloon West); Hospital Chief Executive (HCE), Princess Margaret Hospital & North Lantau Hospital

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