Time to test your brain - Ethics Case of the Month is here!
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Ethics Case of the Month is a new initiative from Ethics Services to help you navigate ethical dilemmas that you might come across in day-to-day patient care.
Every month Ethics Services will bring you:
- Case based scenarios
- Complex decision-making
- Contemporary ethics dilemmas
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- Catch of the month!
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- Writing winning (hopefully!) award applications
- Register now for the Geriatric Services Conference and be entered to win a tablet
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- SPH February vendors announced
- Have a Buddha-full weekend!