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Advanced Moral Decision Making Skills, Warwick Medical School, 20-21 Nov 2017

Programme:  Advanced Moral Decision Making Skills programme

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Accommodation

Advanced workshops for those who have already completed our introduction to clinical ethics workshop or who have some previous knowledge of medical ethics

 

Monday 20th November 2017 - Moral reasoning and case analysis in clinical ethics

This day will build on our introductory workshop focussing on the theoretical underpinnings of good ethical reasoning and the critical appraisal of frameworks for ethics case consultation. The format will be interactive and use case discussions for delegates to specifically develop the skills discussed in the lectures.

 

Tuesday 21st  November 2017 - End of life ethical issues

This day will build on the end of life session in our introductory workshop. The programme combines in depth analysis of the underlying ethical concepts that inform decisions and debates on end of life issues, discussion of legal and professional guidance, resource allocation in the NHS and the opportunity for delegates to apply their learning through in depth case analysis.

 

Teaching and group facilitation will be run by Dr Anne Slowther, Associate Professor and Dr Mark Bratton, Honorary Fellow in Clinical Education,

Guest speaker:  To be confirmed,

Registration fee: 2 days £180 1 day £100

CPD to be applied for

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