Shaping shared solutions: A workshop in clinical ethics mediation
Published: Wednesday 5th October 2016
“Healthcare practitioners sometimes wonder whether what they recommend really is what should be done, what is the best that can be done, for their patient in hospital. Families sometimes wonder whether they can adequately and clearly present the interests and values of the patient. They are concerned whether their beliefs and values, their wishes and priorities, about the person who is not only a member of their family but also a patient in a hospital, will influence decisions. Indeed, disagreements and even conflicts can arise over which decision, by whom, based on what facts and what understanding of those facts, will be best for the patient.” – Associate Professor Bernadette Tobin, Director, Plunkett Centre for Ethics
In this workshop, you will develop techniques, and clarify principles, to guide sound solutions in end of life care. Topics will include:
The concept of clinical ethics consultation
The techniques of mediation
Practice informed by ethical principle
This workshop is suitable for researchers, academic staff, and healthcare practitioners, and will be delivered by:
Professor Nancy Dubler Professor of Clinical Ethics, Department of Population Health, New York University Full biography available on the website.
Dr Peter Saul John Hunter Hospital
Professor Cameron Stewart Sydney Law School, University of Sydney
Workshop details Date: Friday 11 November Time: 8.30am to 4pm Venue: Douglas Miller Lecture Theatre, St Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst NSW 2010 (entry via Barcom Avenue) Registration: Essential by Friday 4 November as numbers are limited. Register via the website.