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UKCEN Pre conference workshop: Disagreement in Healthcare Ethics

17/06/2021

UKCEN Pre conference workshop, Thursday 17th June 2021, 13.30-17.00 on Zoom, RCP CPD code 129344

Disagreement in Healthcare Ethics

Aims of the workshop:

·  To give attendees a broad philosophical understanding of what is entailed by a disagreement.

·  To show how disagreements may arise in the NHS and to facilitate discussions based on case studies.

·  To show attendees the importance of careful listening and analysis in the resolving disagreements in the NHS.

Programme

13:30

Introduction

13:35

A Philosophical Account of Disagreement with Case Examples

Dr  Graham Bex-Priestly, Inter-disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre, University of Leeds

14:15

Facilitated group work

14.45

Sharing of ideas generated in group work

15:15

Break

15.30

Practical Session on Disagreement in Healthcare

 Dr Shuli Levy, Consultant Physician and Geriatrician, Imperial College Healthcare Trust.

16.00

Case discussions

16.40

Report back on cases, workshop feedback

17.00

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Pre-conference Workshop is Free to attend for Clinical Ethics Committee Members

 

Speaker Biographies for UK CEN Summer Workshop on Ethical Disagreement in the NHS, 17th June pm, 2021.

Graham Bex-Priestley is a Lecturer in Applied Ethics at the Inter-disciplinary Applied Ethics Centre at the University of Leeds. He completed his PhD at the University of Sheffield. His research interests primarily fall in the realm of moral philosophy. His strongest expertise is in metaethics, which touches on issues in the philosophy of language, logic, psychology and metaphysics, as well as theories of practical disagreement. He’s very interested in consequentialism, decision theories and the relationship between the two. He also has interests in gender theory and free will, and continues to be frightened by the ever increasing threats brought on by climate change.

Shuli Levy graduated from the University College London Medical School in 2004 with an intercalated BSc in neuroscience. She undertook her graduate training in general internal medicine and geriatrics in North West London and became a consultant at the Hammersmith Hospital in 2016. She now runs the cardiogeriatrics liaison service which is a fully integrated multidisciplinary service caring for patients who have required a cardiology admission and have on-going medical requirements including frailty, rehabilitation goals and complex comorbid disease. She also provides liaison for haematology, renal medicine and cardiothoracic surgery at Hammersmith as well as practicing acute medicine at St Mary's Hospital. She is training lead for geriatrics trainees at Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals. She is chair of the British Geriatrics Society special interest group in ethics and law.

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