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Medico-Legal Society of Ireland Academic Day 2019

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The Honorable Society of King's Inns

Henrietta Street

Dublin 1

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Cyberspace: A New Frontier for Medicine and Law

This year the Medico-Legal Society of Ireland Academic Day 2019 will explore the developing cyberspace issues and online challenges as they affect Law, Medicine and Associated Professions. The programme addresses the impact of human behaviour on online activity,. It also embraces the problems of addiction and online bullying. It explores the challenges of maintaining security online and our responsibilities to keep information safe in the new era of GDPR compliance. Ransomware and virus attack will be examined, as will the effect of longterm exposure to the online world on our emotional development.

Booking via eventbrite, queries to medicolegalsoc@gmail.com

Programme:

The Medico-Legal Society of Ireland

Patron: Dr. Desmond McGrath FRCPsych. President: Ms. Liz Doyle Fleming


8:45 - 9:15

Registration

9:20 - 9:30

Welcome Ms. Liz Doyle Fleming, President, Medico-Legal Society of Ireland

MORNING SESSION CHAIR:

The Hon. Mr Justice Peter Kelly, President of the High Court

TIMES

SPEAKERS

PRESENTATIONS

9:30-10:15

Keynote Address:

Professor Mary Aiken, Cyberpsychologist.

UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy

The Cyber Effect: ‘How Human Behaviour Changes Online’

10:15-10:45

Prof. Conor Farren, Consultant Psychiatrist in Addictions, St Patrick’s University Hospital,

Dublin

Behavioural Addiction: ‘A New

Type of Addictive Disorder?’

10:45-11:15

Mr Hugo Bonar, Enforcement Manager,

Health Products Regulatory Authority

‘Medicrime in a Cyberworld’

11:15-11:45

BREAK

11:45-12:15

Dr Conor O’Shea, National GP Information

Technology Coordinator, Irish College of

General Practitioners

‘Developing a Social Media Policy in Practice’

12:15-12:45

Panel Discussion and Questions

12:45-1:45

LUNCH

AFTERNOON SESSION CHAIR:

Dr Robert McMillen FRCOG, President, Northern Ireland Medico-Legal Society

1:50-2:20

Dr Eoin O’Dell, BCL, PhD, FTCD,

Barrister-at-Law, Associate Professor,

School of Law, Trinity College Dublin

Regulating Cyberspace:

‘GDPR at the Frontier of

Medicine and Law’

2:20-2:50

Dr Valerie Lyons PhD, Information Security Risk Manager, BH Consulting Ltd

'Current and Future Privacy Challenges in a Cyberworld'.

2:50-3:20

Dr Coleman Noctor, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Trinity College Dublin

The Impact of Technology on Emotional Development’

3:20-4:00

Panel Discussion and Closing

TO BOOK

Book on line by going to the Medico-Legal Society website www.medico-legalsociety.ie

and click on EVENTS. Conference Fee: Members: €100. Non-Members: €150 (lunch is included)

CPD points applied for: ICGP. CPsychI. RCPI. Law

FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

GUEST & VISITOR PARKING

There is ample space for guests and visitors of King’s Inns. You can only enter the grounds of King’s inns from the Constitution Hill gates (by turning into the park at the gate lodge).

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Dublin Bus: Bus Route 83, get off on Constitution Hill (Stop No. 1613 towards City Centre / Stop No. 1619 heading away from City Centre).

Dublin Bus routes that service Dublin 7 are: 11, 11A, 13A, 16, 41, 41B, 41C, 51A, 746, 83.

Luas Red Line: Four Courts stop approx. 600m via Church St. to Constitution Hill gate.

Luas Green Line: Broadstone – DIT stop approx. 100m to Constitution Hill gate.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Ms Dolores Keane BL. Hon. Secretary. Medico-Legal Society of Ireland.

email: medicolegalsoc@gmail.com

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Full refund up to seven days before the event

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Henrietta Street

Dublin 1

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