Enhancing Ethical Reasoning and Critical Decision Making for Healthcare Professionals
How does one get through the moment of critical choice?
In today’s complex and ever changing world, effective ethical decision making is critical to the reputation and long-term success of any organization.
Many individuals and organizations are overwhelmed by the far-reaching complexity of emerging issues and ethical pressures. Through the delivery of effective ethics training, Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) can assist in bring clarity to multi-faceted issues in order to implement ethical practices and create effective solutions.
The Enhancing Ethical Reasoning and Critical Decision Making for Healthcare Professionals workshop has been designed to bridge the gap that exists in current ethics training by using an applied ethics, hands-on approach. Using lecture, group discussion and customized case studies, the objective of the workshop is to guide individuals and organizations to make better decisions when faced with ethical dilemmas. By the end of the workshop, the participant can immediately apply what they have learned to solve issues in their workplace.
Target participants for this training include Healthcare Professionals in the not-for-profit, government, human services, and health sectors, including Boards and Commissions encountering emerging conflicts and ethical pressures.
- Understand the importance of the six stages of moral and ethical development.
- Make better moral and ethical decisions that positively affect organizations.
- Apply techniques at the moment of critical choice to manage ethical dilemmas.
- Evaluate how colleagues approach ethical decision making in order to create better conflict resolution outcomes.
- This workshop is offered in a 1/2 day or full day format.
- A minimum of 10 participants are required for this course.
- Workshop fee includes all training material, refreshments, and certificate of completion.
Note: This workshop can be customized to fit your training needs and objectives.
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