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Ethical Challenges Relating to Covid-19

04-03-2021
09.30-1330

As we approach the anniversary of the first lockdown, we have put together an experienced panel of people to offer you a range of perspectives on the Ethical Challenges relating to COVID-19.

 

Cost: Free to attend, donations to Saint Francis Hospice welcome


How to register: email education@sfh.org.uk or call 01708 758646

 

About the event

At this event you will gain insight from a range of professionals on health service redesign, access to care and acute care, reflecting on present concerns and future dilemmas and plans.

 

This virtual Ethics Study Day will include an outline of a new COVID-19 bereavement service, moral distress and developing resilience, and personal and professional reflections.

 

We will also consider the lessons learned and the future of public health.


Who is it for?

Anyone interested in ethics, specifically those challenges arising from Covid 19, those working in health and social care and/or end of life care in all care settings.

Speakers include:

• Professor Beatrice Han-Pile & Dr Dan Watts, School of Philosophy & Art History, University of Essex
• Paul Whitlock, Paramedic Lead for Urgent Care
• Gladys Xavier, Director of Public Health, Redbridge
• A collection of personal and professional reflections from practice

 

This virtual event is free to attend. If you would like to make a donation to support the running of Saint Francis Hospice, your contribution will be greatly appreciated.

 

To register your place(s), email education@sfh.org.uk or call 01708 758646 for enquiries.