‘Ethical dilemmas in General Practice.’ is a free online course. This course is suitable for GPs, Practice Staff and Nurses.
Primary healthcare practitioners frequently encounter a range of ethical challenges in their everyday work. These dilemmas cover a broad spectrum, including bioethical issues like making decisions regarding end-of-life care and pregnancy termination, as well as handling situations involving receiving gifts from patients.
Course Structure: The course consists of two modules and two reflective activities:
Module 1: Basic understanding of ethical dilemmas in General Practice.
Module 2: Real-life examples of ethical dilemmas.
Reflective activity: Sample draft of Ethical dilemmas policy for an Accredited GP clinic.
Reflective activity: PDSA draft on Ethical dilemmas for the QI PIP process.
This activity is suitable for self-recorded CPD activities. (EA 1 hour + RP 1 hour = 2 CPD hours). Program-level requirements: Professionalism and Ethical Practice.
A Certificate will be provided at the end of the course. You can read more about the reasons to use our training courses here.
- Suitable for General Practitioners, Practice staff and Practice Nurses.
- This course is a self-learning, fully online activity.
- You will receive a Certificate at the end of the course. Click on your profile name to access the Certificates.
- This course is free of charge to anyone.
- You need to register at www.courses.generalpracticetraining.com.au when you enrol for the course. It is also free of charge. We will never ask you for your credit card details or any payments. You are not required to enter your real date of birth or address. Advertisements around this website help us cover some of the course costs and keep it free for you.
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