by Sam everingham
Posted on 2019-03-14 at 05:16:02
Evie Kendal is a bioethicist who joined the Faculty of Health in the Deakin School of Medicine in 2018. She currently teaches into the Ethics, Law, and Professionalism stream of the medical program and the Master of Business (Healthcare management). Evie’s research interests include emerging reproductive biotechnologies, transplant ethics, public health, aerospace medicine, and medical education. Evie is a co-editor and major contributor to Teaching Medicine and Medical Ethics Using Popular Culture (Palgrave, 2017), which addresses the impact of television and social media on health knowledge. Her co-authored article on uterine transplants with Dr Julian J. Koplin, is forthcoming in the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics.
For those intended parents undertaking international surrogacy in Georgia or Ukraine, it is important to be aware that your baby or babies will be born stateless and that you will need to apply for Australian citizenship by descent before you can come back home. In order to prove a biological relationship, The Department of Home Affairs will […]
The Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed it will be possible to provide permission for foreign citizens to enter Georgia during travel ban provided that their embassy contacts MFA Georgia with the following information: Intended Parents full name, Passport Number and copies of their passports. Name and registration number of the IVF clinic (for New Life […]
Surrogacy is regulated in most Australian states & territories. This means there is no uniform law nationally. Currently, there are no surrogacy laws in the northern territory, Victoria and South Australia have progressed significant reforms recently. Commercial surrogacy is illegal in Australia Only Altruistic surrogacy is permitted and the intended parents have to cover all […]