Medical Ethics (PSk19JUN24)

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SubjectProfessional Skills
DescriptionThis half-day morning session (9:00-13:00) explores how to identify, analyse and resolve medical ethical dilemmas. Delegates are expected to bring ethical dilemmas they’ve encountered in their specialism for discussion.
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Booking cancellation

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If you need to cancel within 1 week of the course or the course has started and you are not able to attend, please email to give your apologies.

VenueVirtual (Zoom), - Virtual  View details
Date & timeWednesday 19 June 2024, 09:00 to 13:00
LecturerDr Andrew Stanners  View details
Target audience

This course is only available to General Practice and Higher Specialty trainees, and SAS Doctors.

Mandatory: Doctor, or Public Health Professional

Course styleWorkshop
CateringNo catering
CPD points0.000
CostNo charge
  • To give a grounding in practical application of ethical theory to solving ethical dilemmas encountered across a range of different specialisms.
  • To enhance attendees’ understanding of types of ethical problem.
  • To discuss ethical theory as it applies in healthcare in different contexts e.g. at the end of life or if resources are scarce
  • To identify and analyse a range of ethical dilemmas from different medical specialisms
  • To apply a practical tool useful in resolving ethical dilemmas
Learning outcomes

After this course, delegates will be better able to identify and resolve medical ethical dilemmas.