Time to stretch your brain - April's Ethics Case of the Month is here!
Submitted by Ethics Services
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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
What would you do in these situations? We'd love to hear!
Share your thoughts and insights with us by commenting on the last page of the Ethics Case of the Month.
Do you have an interest in ethics at PHC?
The PHC Ethics Forum, which is a group of staff from various units, as well as patient/family partners, is looking for new members. We are seeking individuals who have an interest in ethics and an ability to attend meetings at St Paul’s. Members bring complex cases to the Forum for discussion and learning, and work with the ethicists to plan educational and other endeavors. Please send an expression of your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
Ready to try this month's Ethics Case of the Month? Follow the link below to get started!
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