PeakCare is pleased to offer a third ethical decision making workshop presented by Donna McAuliffe. Ethical decision making is a core skill required for professional practice, and a good understanding of how to resolve ethical dilemmas is critical to work in complex environments. This workshop leads participants through a model and process of ethical decision making, using case examples to explore issues of accountability, critical reflection, cultural sensitivity, and consultation. The workshop draws on ethical dilemmas such as managing boundary conflicts, dealing with competence in practice, issues of duty of care and duty to warn, and ethical literacy and e-professionalism. Places are limited so early registration is advised. Registrations close on 1st May 2017. View the flyer for more information and register at http://peakcare.org.au//event/ethical-decision-making:-more-than-just-gut-instinct-3330.html.
Ethical decision making: More than just ‘gut instinct’
Friday, May 12, 2017 - 9:30am to 3:00pm
This one-day workshop, presented by Prof Donna McAuliffe, School of Human Services and Social Work, Griffith University, explores the challenges of ethical decision making in complex work environments and develops this core skill by leading participants through case studies and processes of ethical decision making.