Principles to Practice: An Introduction to Healthcare Ethics

This seminar series will cover the history, fundamental concepts and principles of bioethics, and how ethics is applied in clinical situations to support health care decision making.

This series is designed to be taken in its entirety for progressive learning, but participants are welcome to attending individual sessions as well. Those who attend all sessions can receive a certificate of completion upon request.

The link for the webinars will be sent to registrants prior to each session date.

All PHC staff and medical staff, leaders, patients and families and community members

10 hours

The sessions for this Introduction to Ethics Seminar Series include:

  1. What is Ethics? Why does it matter?
  2. What is Bioethics? How might it help us?
  3. Catholic Bioethics: what makes Providence different?
  4. Freedom in Bioethics: Autonomy, Paternalism, and the Practitioner-Patient Relationship
  5. Ethics for us: How our ethics frameworks can help us with burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral distress
  6. Beneficence and Non-maleficence
  7. Justice
  8. Capacity, Competence, and Capability
  9. Who Decides? How to Decide?
  10. Risk, Harm, and Harm Reduction

The link for the webinar will be sent prior to the session date.

Contact Info

PHC Ethics
Carrie Smith


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