COVID-19 Resource: Public health ethical guidance for nurses
Amy Haddad, PhD, RN, FAAN - Dr. Haddad served as Director of the Center for Health Policy and Ethics at Creighton University from 2004-2018 where she also served as program director of a fully online graduate program in healthcare ethics. She is presently a Professor Emerita in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions at Creighton AND Leonard Ortmann, PhD - Dr. Ortmann is a Senior Ethics Consultant with the CDC’s Public Health Ethics and Strategy Unit. Dr. Ortmann provides ethics training and consults for CDC staff and programs, including emergency response.
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Webinar Details: Nurses have numerous questions affecting their moral integrity during the COVID19 pandemic. This webinar will provide participants with an ethical framework for reflecting on and responding to challenging issues likely to evolve during the pandemic. Then, participants will have an opportunity to engage with expert presenters, in nursing and public health ethics, through a question and answer session.
- Describe responsibilities and priorities of individual, institutional and societal realms of ethics.
- Identify differences in ethical analysis in standard clinical decisions and public health decisions.
- Explore principles such as justice and beneficence to determine how to balance public health goods.
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|Series||Supporting All Nurses as Leaders During the COVID-19 Virus
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