- The module opens by examining two different approaches to ethical theorising: deontological and consequentialist
- Unit two considers the nature of professional expertise and how this constrains issues of professional as opposed to personal ethics
- Unit three examines the role of values in psychiatric practice
- Unit four looks at some of the legal issues surrounding the problems of capacity and autonomy for mental health practice
- Unit five returns to the problem of values and practice and asks to what extent our values may be incommensurable and how a notion of dissensus may be of use
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