#9 - Consent and Capacity - An Overview
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this podcast we look at an overview of consent and capacity. We begin by looking at the three elements of consent - it must be informed, voluntary and the patient must have capacity to make the decision. Following this, we consider each in more detail looking at Montgomery v Lanarkshire (material risks) and look at the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in some detail in regards to each of the 5 principles, the two stage mental capacity test and best interests decisions. This overview is suitable for students and healthcare practitioners alike. Thanks for listening and there is loads more information ..read more
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#8 - The Four Principles of Biomedical Ethics
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this podcast, taken from my recent webinar, we look at The Four Principles of Biomedical Ethics put forward by Beauchamp and Childress. These principles are autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence and justice. We look at each of the principles and consider their meaning and applications within healthcare. We cover a variety of themes from public health ethics to negligence. For more information on this topic and a whole host more on healthcare ethics and law visit our website: https://www.healthcareethicsandlaw.co.uk/. Thanks for listening and stay tuned for lots more!  ..read more
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#7 - An Introduction to Dental Ethics
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In today's episode, I give an introduction to dental ethics. We look at the theory that underpins dental ethics and then turn our attention to how this relates to dentistry as a profession. Throughout the podcast we also take a look at some practical examples of these ethical frameworks in action. There's plenty more to learn about each ethical theory so don't forget to visit out website (www.healthcareethicsandlaw.co.uk) for loads more information on healthcare and dental ethics and law. I hope you enjoy the podcast and I look forward to talking to you again soon!  ..read more
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#6 - Resilience, burnout and reflections on COVID-19...in conversation with Doc Malhotra
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this episode, I spoke to Dr. Malhotra - an anaesthetics trainee doctor and host of the Doc Malhotra podcast (https://open.spotify.com/show/4qn1jvAWHV2AHrH2Aug18w?si=c_iGlhSCSJ6aCDJcHMHsCA) - about resilience, burnout and his reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic. In this podcast, he gives an amazing insight into what it has been like as a front line doctor during the pandemic and shares his thoughts on coping with burnout and building resilience. This is a must listen podcast and many thanks to Dr. Malhotra for his time and for giving such an honest account of his reflections and experiences ..read more
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#5 - The Mental Capacity Act (2005) - A Summary of the Five Principles and 2-Stage Mental Capacity Test
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this episode, we look at the Mental Capacity Act (2005). We begin by looking at its aims and then move onto discussing the five guiding principles of the act. Following this, we go through the two-stage mental capacity test which helps us to determine whether a patient has, or lacks, capacity. For more information on the topic and on a whole host of other topics within healthcare ethics and law, head over to our website - healthcareethicsandlaw.co.uk   For more bitesized content and resources be sure to follow us on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healthcare_ethics_a ..read more
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#4 - Virtue Ethics and Professionalism in Healthcare
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In the final instalment of our introduction to healthcare ethics series we look at virtue ethics. Virtue ethics focuses on the character of the moral agent and features heavily in regards to professionalism in healthcare which we explore more in this short form podcast.    To find out more about this and about other ethical theories featured in this series visit our website: https://www.healthcareethicsandlaw.co.uk/   You can also follow us on social media:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healthcare_ethics_and_law/?igshid=znwsjiusjakl  Twitter: https://twitter.c ..read more
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#3 - Nudges in Healthcare and the Ethical Issues Surrounding Them
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by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this episode, I'm joined by my good friend and colleague Dr. Elyas Yonis, to discuss nudges in healthcare. Made famous by Thaler and Sunstein nudges have a huge impact on our day to day lives and are increasingly being used in healthcare. However, whilst they can help improve people's welfare they are not immune to ethical challenges such as being manipulative. We go through what nudges are, their application in healthcare and their pros and cons in this extended episode - so join us for this really interesting and thought provoking podcast ..read more
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An Introduction to Dental Ethics
Healthcare Ethics And Law
by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In today's episode, I give an introduction to dental ethics. We look at the theory that underpins dental ethics and then turn our attention to how this relates to dentistry as a profession. Throughout the podcast we also take a look at some practical examples of these ethical frameworks in action. There's plenty more to learn about each ethical theory so don't forget to visit out website (www.healthcareethicsandlaw.co.uk) for loads more information on healthcare and dental ethics and law. I hope you enjoy the podcast and I look forward to talking to you again soon!  ..read more
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Resilience, burnout and reflections on COVID-19...in conversation with Doc Malhotra
Healthcare Ethics And Law
by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this episode, I spoke to Dr. Malhotra - an anaesthetics trainee doctor and host of the Doc Malhotra podcast (https://open.spotify.com/show/4qn1jvAWHV2AHrH2Aug18w?si=c_iGlhSCSJ6aCDJcHMHsCA) - about resilience, burnout and his reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic. In this podcast, he gives an amazing insight into what it has been like as a front line doctor during the pandemic and shares his thoughts on coping with burnout and building resilience. This is a must listen podcast and many thanks to Dr. Malhotra for his time and for giving such an honest account of his reflections and experiences ..read more
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The Mental Capacity Act (2005) - A Summary of the Five Principles and 2-Stage Mental Capacity Test
Healthcare Ethics And Law
by Healthcare Ethics and Law
2y ago
In this episode, we look at the Mental Capacity Act (2005). We begin by looking at its aims and then move onto discussing the five guiding principles of the act. Following this, we go through the two-stage mental capacity test which helps us to determine whether a patient has, or lacks, capacity. For more information on the topic and on a whole host of other topics within healthcare ethics and law, head over to our website - healthcareethicsandlaw.co.uk   For more bitesized content and resources be sure to follow us on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healthcare_ethics_a ..read more
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