Macmillan professionals possess valuable experience of managing ethical dilemmas in cancer care but without a clear conceptual framework, it can be difficult to pin down the source of unease and settle on a plan of action.
This study day has been designed to help Macmillan professionals share a common language for talking about ethics in their work. Learning about ethical principles is done while debating topical ethical issues from different angles. Participants will work with colleagues to tackle a range of realistic case studies, consciously using ethical concepts and frameworks to explore all aspects of the problem and identify possible solutions.
• Understand basic principles of healthcare ethics (e.g. four principles approach)
• Explore the concept of ‘informed consent’ from an ethical perspective.
• To understand the professional and statutory duties of candour and how they interact.
• Explore how ethical principles can be applied to complex cases in cancer care
Tuesday 30th October, 9.30am- 4.30pm at New Life Centre, Sleaford.
To book a place or find out more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01904 756 410.
Download a poster for this event: 30.10.18 Healthcare Ethics Sleaford