A Day of Ethics

October 16, 2021

This first “Day of Ethics” focuses on four main issues: Human trafficking, Opiate abuse, Ethical processes during disputes between providers and families, and what the law says about certain situations.

Target Audience

Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nursing, Social Work, Chaplain, Healthcare Administrators and anyone interested in learning more about Ethics in the healthcare environment.

Course summary
Course opens: 
Course expires: 
Event starts: 
10/16/2021 - 7:00am
Event ends: 
10/16/2021 - 1:00pm

0700 Registration / Light Breakfast (live) 

0725 Opening Remarks – Introduction to the Conference 

0730 Human Trafficking (DHHS Approved) Dr. Greene 1 hour (HT and Ethics credit) * 

Optional/PreCon Session 

0830 Follow-up to Human Trafficking / Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault – Cases 
Dr. Wieters 1 hour* 

0930 Break 

0945 Legal – 15 min intervals  
General Law/Ethics Overview; DNR (code status laws); Informed Consent; Surrogate – decision makers; Mental Health Directive   
Bruce Burleson 1 hour* 

10:45 Opiates Judy Embry? 1 hour* 

11:45 Break/Grab Lunch (live)  

12:00 Working Lunch Panel 1 hour* 

1:00 Adjourn / Closing Remarks 

Live Virtual Conference
United States

Dr. Thomas Jones, MD

"I believe and am persuaded in that environment we learn, we grow, we solve problems, and we become better at healthcare."


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