Associate Professor Liberman’s presentation will cover questions including:
- How clinicians can overcome viewing law as a barrier rather than an enabler to improve cancer outcomes?
- How clinicians can best engage with law to harness its potential to improve cancer outcomes?
The presentation will also provide examples of the relevance of law, explore the connections between domestic and global processes, and offer reflections on the potential and challenges of interdisciplinary collaboration for effective cancer control.
Associate Professor Jonathan Liberman
Jonathan Liberman is Director of the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer and an Associate Professor in Law and Global Health at the University of Melbourne with a joint appointment in the Melbourne Law School and the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. Jonathan has over twenty years' experience and technical support relating to cancer control at both domestic and global levels. His work covers a wide range of issues relating to cancer prevention, treatment, supportive care and research.
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