(LO1) Show an understanding of the relevant ethical, social, economic, political, historical, philosophical, scientific and cultural contexts within which health case decision making operates
(LO2) Demonstrate a capacity to analyse, evaluate and apply the principal ethical approaches Health Care Decision Making, including deontological and utilitarian approaches, feminist and care ethics, reproductive ethics, public health ethics etc as appropriate
(LO3) Be able to apply legal ethical principles to ethico-legal scenarios and draw reasoned conclusions supported by appropriate legal authority
(LO4) Be able to synthesise information from a variety of sources of professional guidance issued by bodies such as the GMC, BMA, Royal Colleges, WHO etc to achieve detailed knowledge and understanding of the process of Health Care Decision Making and how such approaches intersect with the Law
(LO5) Demonstrate a capacity to appraise and evaluate the contribution of professional guidance in judicial decision making in the courts and an ability to criticise how legal judgments draw on ethical sources in health decision-making, especially the courts, in safeguarding autonomy and promoting communication.
(S1) Information literacy online, finding, interpreting, evaluating, managing and sharing information
(S2) Problem solving/ critical thinking/ creativity analysing facts and situations and applying creative thinking to develop appropriate solutions.
(S3) Literacy application of literacy, ability to produce clear, structured written work and oral literacy - including listening and questioning
(S4) Information literacy online, finding, interpreting, evaluating, managing and sharing information
(S5) Research management developing a research strategy, project planning and delivery, risk management, formulating questions, selecting literature, using primary/secondary/diverse sources, collecting & using data, applying research methods, applying ethics