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Ethics, Jurisprudence, Mental Health & Society

MODULE

Leader:
Bill Fulford

Assessment:
4,000 word essay

CATS: 20

Code:
MD909

Traditional courses in medical ethics are structured around 'issues' (such as consent, confidentiality and resource allocation)
By contrast, this module investigates ethical issues as they arise at key stages of the clinical process (psychopathology, classification, diagnosis and aetiology)
  • This clinically based structure reflects the fact that, in mental health, ethical issues (ie. issues of value) are endemic rather than being confined just to issues of treatment choice.

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  • Mon 01 Oct '18
    01/10 - 29/10: Frontier Techniques and Research Skills in Biomedicine
    Mon 22 Oct '18
    22/10 - 26/10: Improving Safety and Quality in Healthcare
    22/10 - 23/10: Orthodontic Clinical Assessments
    Tue 23 Oct '18
    23/10 - 24/10: Clinical Examination Skills (A)
    Thu 25 Oct '18
    Advanced Emergency Practice Day 4
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