Eleanor Milligan is an Associate Professor in Healthcare Ethics and Professional Practice at Griffith University School of Medicine, where she provides curriculum leadership in these areas in the MBBS program. In 2007, she helped establish the first Queensland Health Clinical Ethics Service at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, one of Queensland’s largest tertiary referral facilities. She is the former Chair of Metro South Human Research Ethics Committee, and current member of Queensland Forensic Scientific Services Ethics Committee. As a Public Assessor for the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), she also contributes to health professional regulation in Queensland. A/Professor Milligan is also a member of QMING, a group currently undertaking the work of the Medical Board of Australia in Qld. As a member of the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Australian Health Ethics Committee (AHEC) she contributes to the development of health care ethics clinical and research guidelines in Australian. She brings a broad multidisciplinary background in bioscience (BSc-Biochemistry/Microbiology), Education (GradDipEd) and Philosophy (BA Hons- 1st and PhD) to these multiple roles.
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