Ethical Committees 3501-BE-ZK-KONSKE
The course is intended to acquaint students with the role, form of operation, and methods of work of a clinical consultant ora a member of a clinical ethics committee. The course provides students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills that are necessary for members of collegial ethical bodies that offer advisory, consulting, and regulative functions.
Type of course
- activity in class (including: attendance, participation in class discussions) - 30%
- analyses of ethical cases - 40%
- preparation of a regulative document (e.g. rules of good ethical practice, rules for an ethical committee) - 30%
‒ ASBH, Core Competences for Health Care Ethics Consultation. The Report of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, 2nd Edition, 2009.
‒ Aulisio M.P., Arnold R. M., Youngner S. J. (red.) Ethics Consultations. From Theory to Practice, Baltimore and London 2003
‒ Dubler N.N., Liebman C.L., Bioethics Mediation. A Guide to Shaping Shared Solutions, New York 2004.
‒ Jonsen A.R., Siegler M., Winslade WJ., Clinical Ethics. A Practical Approach to Ethical Decisions in Clinical Medicine, 6th Ed. United States of America 2006.
‒ Fox E., Ethics Consultation: Responding to Ethics Questions in Health Care, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for Ethics in Health Care, 2005.
‒ Post Faber L., Blustein J., Dubler N.N., Handbook for Health Care Ethics Committees, Maryland 2007.
‒ Steinkamp N., Gordijn B., Ethical Case Deliberation on the Ward. A comparison of Four Methods, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 2003, vol. 6, s. 235-246.
‒ Amdrur R.J, Bankert E.A., Institutional Review Board. Member Handbook. 2thEd. Jones and Bartelett Publishers 2007
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