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The Queensland Bioethics Centre is a community service sponsored by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane, Australia. We provide regular briefings on current bioethical issues, an up-to-date resource library, workshops for professional and community groups and parishes, and an online resource centre. Introduction to bioethics for school groups by appointment.

The Queensland Bioethics Centre was established by Archbishop Rush in 1981. Its mandate is to provide an up-to-date resource library, expert advice, representation and education on bioethical questions.

Office location

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202 Waterworks Road
Ashgrove 4060

Library hours

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Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Or by appointment outside these times

Staff

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Photo Mr Ray Campbell
 
Dr Ray Campbell, PhD

The Director is Dr Ray Campbell, PhD. Ray's undergraduate studies were in philosophy and theology. His postgraduate studies were in philosophy with a particular interest in ethics. Ray has been involved in the area of bioethics since 1981 originally in Sydney and now in Brisbane both as lecturer and as a consultant. He is available to give workshops on bioethics to interested groups.

 

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