This day-long course offers participants an opportunity to develop their understanding of a range of important and complex ethical issues that they may encounter within transplantation.
We will explore ethical issues related to consent in deceased donation, and whether moving to an opt-out system changes the ethical landscape. Other sessions will consider recent controversies surrounding definitions of death and challenges to the ‘dead donor rule’, and ethical issues arising from living donation.
Teaching will develop ethical reasoning skills, and sessions throughout the day will provide opportunities to enhance skills further with application to these pertinent ethical issues. Participants will leave with a fuller understanding of key ethical issues in transplantation and the way that ethical theories and argumentation can be used to address them.
- Practitioners who work directly in transplant services (CLODs, SNODs, surgeons)
- Those whose clinical work supports this (anaesthetists, emergency department staff, intensivists)
- Those who are involved in developing transplant- and donation-related polic
Cheryl Grantham / Eva Mussio / Claire Runaghan
Tel: 02476 574263
Duration: One day
Location: Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick
Dates: 22 January 2020
Course director: The course is taught by Dr Greg Moorlock and Professor Heather Draper, who are experienced teachers of ethics with specific expertise in the ethics of transplantation and organ donation.
Registration: Please complete our online registration form.