Managing Medical Ethics And Legislation
Medical ethics and legislation are essential components of healthcare practice, and healthcare professionals must be knowledgeable about ethical principles and legal requirements to provide high-quality patient care. This course is designed to provide primary care professionals with an understanding of medical ethics and legislation and equip them with the skills and knowledge to navigate the ethical and legal challenges of their practice.
Who’s it for?
This course is ideal for primary care professionals, including doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, who are interested in developing their knowledge and skills in medical ethics and legislation to enhance their patient care and navigate ethical and legal challenges in their practice.
Introduction to Medical Ethics and Legislation:
Understanding the key ethical principles and legal frameworks that underpin healthcare practice.
Learning how to navigate issues of patient confidentiality and data protection in line with legal and ethical requirements.
Developing an understanding of the principles of informed consent and how to obtain informed consent from patients in accordance with ethical and legal requirements.
Exploring ethical and legal considerations surrounding end-of-life care, including advance care planning and decision-making.
Learning how to establish and maintain professional boundaries with patients and colleagues in line with ethical and legal requirements.