Broaden your understanding of ethics through this resource as you learn about, discuss and reflect on the main ethical issues facing Physicians.
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Tags: Category 1 Educational activities Morality Meta Ethics Normative ethics Applied Ethics Clinical Ethics Research Ethics Professional code of ethics Ethical blind spots Ethics, values and rights Ethic and Human Rights Normative ethics Deontology Consequentialist theories Utilitarianism Virtue theory Ethical frameworks in health care Ethical frameworks Clinical ethics Public health ethics Medical ethics Code of Ethics RACP Code of Conduct Ethical Relationships Ethics in professional practice Ethics and professional attributes Ethics and the law Professional medical ethics Legislation Philosophical medical ethics Bioethics Morality Common law cases Legal frameworks Law of consent Negligence Professional discipline Confidentiality End of Life Human Rights Practicing ethically and legally Managing uncertainty and difference Legal uncertainty Clinical uncertainty Ethical uncertainty Four Topics Approach Ethox Framework IDEA Framework Moral distress Four A’s approach Resolving conflicts Clinical Reasoning Discussion Tool Resolving conflicts in the workplace Meditation Long Intervention Decision Making and Consent Introduction to decision making and consent Shared decision making Consent Culture Ethical dilemma Cognitive bias Modes of thinking Implicit bias Capacity and assessment Decision making capacity Infants and young children Primary School Age Children Adolescents Assent Parens Patriae powers Mature minor Previously Competent Adults non-competent patient Decisions in emergency situations emergency department (ED) Medical Board of Australia’s Code of Conduct Consent and the law Legally valid consent Informed consent Adequately informed Refusal of consent Consent forms Information disclosure Effective communication Verbal communication Nonverbal communication Paraverbal communication Risk disclosure Communicating uncertainty Ask-Tell-Ask Technique Withholding information Errors and iatrogenic harms Coercion Coercive behaviour Coerced consent Abuse Vulnerability and Power Doctor and patient relationship Vulnerable persons Vulnerable populations Power differentials Bullying Harassment Continuous engagement in ethics