Clinical Case Series: Ethics of Complex Decision Making for Applied Clinical Practice

9:30am - 5:15pm / Wednesday 15th April 2020 / Venue: Room G.15, ground floor Cedar House
Type: Symposium / Category: Department
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  • Suitable for: Doctors: Consultants, Specialist Trainees, Foundation year doctors Specialist nurses, allied health professionals, health care managers, medical and pharmaceutical researchers, health care educators, chaplains, medical volunteers, hospice personnel and social workers, general practitioners, medical law specialists
  • Admission: Doctors £125 Concessions and non-medical healthcare practitioners £75
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Conference Information
The aim of this one-day conference, organised by University of Liverpool Medical School, is to enable delegates to discuss and critically reflect upon the interface of medical ethics with clinical practice in key health care issues, across the life course. It is projected that this day will also stimulate discussion within the delegates practice environment, and prompt further engagement with ethical and moral theory in guiding clinical care.
Conference Description

Following this one-day conference, delegates will be able to: critically reflect on health care policy and practice using key arguments within medical ethics and law; understand the processes of using ethical arguments to make clinical decisions; and recognize and critically evaluate ethical problems in their current practice environment. Conference Information