What Do I Do Now? The Ethics of Honoring The Patient's Voice

09-18-2017 10:58

Powerpoint and handouts from a presentation given at the 38th Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine. Provides a framework for teaching medical learners about medical ethics, a tool for working through challenging clinical cases, practice vignettes, and values clarification exercise that can help learners identify potential "ethical blindspots" they may have.

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Author(s):Aaron Grace, Heather Kirkpatrick
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The Ethics of Honoring the Patient's Voice   869K   1 version
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Powerpoint from presentation. Provides framework for understanding and teaching medical ethics.
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Five box tool   16K   1 version
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Tool for working through challenging ethical cases.
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Small group exercise   23K   1 version
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Eight case vignettes with instructions for how to work through an ethical dilemma. Can be done in a group or individually and discussed.
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Values clarification exercise   21K   1 version
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Self-reflection exercise for uncovering potential "ethical blindspots"

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