bIANCA ROSE phillips
medical law & medical law reform
ABOUT BIANCA ROSE PHILLIPS
Bianca Rose Phillips
llb, bcomm, graddiplp, llm
lawyer & OFFICER OF THE SUPREME COURT OF VICTORIA
Advisor to the medical, healthcare and technology industries.
Bianca Rose Phillips is a Lawyer working on the boundaries of human and machine exploration in fields of medicine, science, and digital health.
Her work has key focus areas - healthcare, digital health and AI technologies.
Bianca believes that medical law reform can create significant opportunities for humanity.
Her qualifications are as follows: Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Commerce, Graduate Diploma of Professional Legal Practice, Master of Laws (Medical Law & Telemedicine). She is Admitted as a Lawyer & Officer of the Supreme Court of Victoria. She is also a Juris Doctor Lecturer and Convenor of Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Laws programs.
Bianca was selected as 'One of Fifty of the Most Influential Voices in Healthcare' by Medika Life.
"Bianca we are looking to you to help drive change. I think what you are doing is important and truly transformative."
John Nosta, NostaLab
Bianca Rose Phillips visits The University of Melbourne as Keynote Speaker
Bianca Rose Phillips Joins The University of Melbourne as a Visiting Scholar
Bianca Rose Phillips was invited to give a keynote speech at the "Making Digital Health Equity a Practical Reality" workshop hosted by Centre for Digital Transformation of Health, University of Melbourne Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics and Monash Network for Equity through Digital Health.
In the keynote, Banca focussed on the ethics advisory process. Particularly, the first two steps that our wonderful clients take with us:
1. alignment with their values and why they got into digital health in the first place; and
2. examination of the details of any project with a focus on the 'little things' they can do to better support ethics and equity, even in the face of difficult choices.
To highlight these two steps Bianca told the stories of a real person navigating equity challenges and how the first two steps of the above process could have helped to avoid or lessen the severity of the challenges.
"Thanks for a great talk that reminded us that healthcare is human" Wendy Chapman, Director of the Centre for Digital Transformation of Health.
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