Eleanor Milligan is a Clinical Ethicist at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and Senior Lecturer in Medical Ethics at Griffith University School of Medicine. She brings a broad multidisciplinary background in bioscience, education and philosophy to these roles. Some recent publications include “Creative, Expressive Encounters in Health Ethics Education: Teaching Ethics as Relational Engagement” (E. Milligan and E. J. Woodley) in Teaching and Learning in Medicine, volume 21, Issue 2 (2009) and “The Ethics of Prenatal and Genetic Screening” (E. Milligan, edited by N. Sunderland, P. Isaacs, P. Graham and B. McKenna) in Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Ethics (Sense Publishers, 2008). Emma Woodley has taught for many years in the School of Humanities and Human Services at QUT in the area of applied ethics and identity. She is also a Doctoral Candidate within the School. Her research explores perceptions of power and privilege and how these perceptions inform our frameworks of interpretation in negotiating our everyday lives. She uses feminist theory along with an engaged ethics approach to illuminate this work.