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Education
Year 2019
April 2019
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CLEAR (Communication, Law, Ethics And Professional Regulations) Course on End of Life Care

Tentatively 15 and 16 Feb 2022

Please come back for updates on registration opening.

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Ethics lies at the heart of healthcare. It is essential for good clinical practice and permeates every area of management and care of patients, often without the healthcare professionals realizing it.

An understanding of the application of ethical principles is important for healthcare professionals to make decisions in the best interest of patients and their families (Robertset.al.2005).

Currently, clinical ethics education in Singapore tends to be more theory-based with less emphasis on clinical application. This workshop aims to close this gap by translating the ethical theories into day-to-day practices for healthcare professionals.

 

At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify key ethical principles that arise in end-of-life care, focusing on a community setting
  • Describe the common ethical issues that arise in end-of-life care
  • Analyse common ethical issues that arise in end-of-life care using the relevant tools

Health professionals, including doctors, registered nurses, advanced practice nurses, psychosocial staff, allied health professionals, and senior management, who care for patients at the end of life (EOL) and working in community care

Adjunct Assistant Prof Neo Han Yee

Deputy Co-Chairperson, Clinical Ethics Committee, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Head and Senior Consultant, Department of Palliative Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

 


Adjunct A/Prof James Alvin Low

Joint Faculty, Geriatric Education & Research Institute (GERI)

Chairman, Clinical Ethics Committee, KhooTeck Puat Hospital

Senior Consultant, Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Care, KhooTeck Puat Hospital


Adjunct A/Prof Allyn Hum

Centre Director, The Palliative Care Centre for Excellence in Research and Education (PalC)

Senior Consultant, Department of Palliative Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

 


Dr Sumytra Menon

Senior Assistant DirectorCentre forBiomedical Ethics 

Co-DirectorClinical Ethics Network Research  Ethics Support, Yong Loo Lin School of  MedicineNational University of Singapore

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date: Tentatively 15 and 16 Feb 2022

Time: 9am to 1pm

Venue: Zoom online platform

Course fees before subsidy: SGD 374.50 per person (including GST)

*Prevailing course fee subsidy for staff working in eligible Community Care organisations:
90% for Singapore Citizen/PR and 45% for non-Singapore citizen/PR.

*Organisations will be billed the amount after subsidy.


 

Registration will open approximately 1 to 2 months before the course. Please come back again for updates on registration opening.

Please email to enquiries@palc.org.sg for any queries.

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