UPDATE: The seminar is now fully subscribed. For those of you coming, we look forward to having you at the seminar. If you were too late signing up, our apologies – our capacity for this event is limited.
We’ve been on hiatus for a little while (combination of conference travel, staff vacation and work crunch), but the CENTRESblog is now returning to a full rotation of regular content. Today, we’re announcing open registration for a great event:
CENTRES, in collaboration with Singapore General Hospital, is pleased to offer an ethics seminar on end-of-life issues. Participants will learn some of the core tools for ethical analysis, and apply those to two challenging cases concerning end-of-life care.
|Date||Friday, 26 Aug 2016|
|Time||5pm to 7.30pm|
|Venue||SGH Block 6, Level 1, Learning Space Rooms 4 & 5|
|5.30pm to 5.50pm||Analysing Ethical Issues in a Case|
|5.50pm to 6.15pm||Applying Those Skills of Analysis to Case 1|
|6.15pm to 6.45pm||Ethical Concepts in End-of-Life Issues (including futility & quality of life)|
|6.45pm to 7.10pm||Applying Those Skills of Analysis & Ethical Concepts in End-of-Life Issues to Case 2|
|7.10pm to 7.30pm||Round-up, Q & A & Closing Remarks|
Registration is free, but spaces are limited; sign up now to guarantee a spot. CME points pending.
For more information, please contact:
Tel: 6326 6634 / 9663 1853