Webinar – Ethical Dilemma for Practitioners Surrounding Religion

13th January 2022 – 4:00pm – 4:50pm

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Presenting this webinar, Philippa Law, The Assistant Director of Technical Skills at Hugh Baird College and Guest Speaker, Nicholas Morris, a world-renowned Gynaecologist and owner of Sapien Care group Home – Sapien Care Group who have run specialist webinars for GPs together with the WHO on the Covid vaccines.

We will be discussing the Ethical Dilemmas for Practitioners Surrounding Religion that religion can introduce to health and social care, how are they handled.


Mr Nicholas Morris, FRCOG

Nick has been a doctor for over 35 years and has been a Consultant Gynaecologist for 24 years. Nick trained at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, where Stafford Lightman taught him.


Nick was a Wellbeing Training Fellow at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist, a Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in West London, and a Senior Clinical Research Fellow at Imperial College.


Nick established in 1997 the first clinic in the UK to help and advise women who were victims of ‘Female Genital mutilation’ FGM. He contributed to the 2003 UK FGM act.
Nick is now in private practice in London and is Chairman of the UK Friends of The Freddie Krivine Initiative and a founding partner in Caretek Medical, an App-based ‘Digital Doula’.


To register for you and your students to be a part of the Ethical Dilemma for Practitioners Surrounding Religion Webinar on 13th January 2022, from 4:00pm – 4:50pm at a total cost of £500, please use the following registration form, or if you have any questions please contact 01202 006 677



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