Presented by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs and the Dalhousie Health Law Institute
- To what extent should vaccines be mandatory?
- Should those serving the public maintain the right to choose?
- Is it acceptable for those who are not immunized to have their activities restricted to protect others?
Join leaders in the fields of public health as they engage a public audience in a conversation about vaccination and the ethical tensions that exist in exercising our collective and individual rights.
- DR. SCOTT HALPERIN, Director, Canadian Center for Vaccinology
- DR. ROBERT STRANG, Chief Public Health Officer, Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness
- JANET HAZELTON, President, Nova Scotia Nurses’ Union
- ELAINE GIBSON, Associate Professor, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie Health Law Institute
- KEVIN KINDRED, Halifax Lawyer, Instructor, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University
MARCH 23, 2015 7:00–8:30PM
Halifax Central Library, Paul O'Regan Hall
5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax
FREE ADMISSION with additional support from:
- Canadian Centre for Vaccinology
- Nova Scotia Nurses’ Union