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The development of Clinical Ethics Committees in the UK

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There is a 90 minute workshop immediately after the lecture for people who would like to join the CUH Clinical Ethics Forum. If you wish to attend the workshop, please email Simon King for details.

Making decisions about health care can sometimes be difficult or confusing. When there is a conflict between the choices of what should be done, ethical dilemmas related to values, personal beliefs or religious belief can arise. Clinical Ethics Committees aim to facilitate discussion amongst health care professionals or other involved parties faced with concerns or conflict over patient care decisions.

We are interested in expanding the membership of the CUH Clinical Ethics Forum, to broaden the diversity, and to include representatives from a wider range of disciplines and professional experience from the Trust and from partner organisations.

This talk is part of the Clinical Ethics Forum series.

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