Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future: a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics Teaching - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future: a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics Teaching PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 777ffa-Y2ZlN



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future: a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics Teaching

Description:

Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future: a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics Teaching Dentistry Ethics Teaching Theme Team M.J. Wardman, R.G. Baker, C. Potter LDI – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:135
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 23
Provided by: Jane1253
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future: a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics Teaching


1
Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future
a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics
Teaching
  • Dentistry Ethics Teaching Theme Team
  • M.J. Wardman, R.G. Baker, C. Potter LDI
  • C. Megone, P Affleck Interdisciplinary
    Ethics Applied CETL

2
Aims of session
  • To introduce to a broader audience the teaching
    and learning methods used by the Dental Ethics
    Theme Team
  • 2. To identify and explore issues common
    across academic disciplines
  • 3. To reflect on the students perspective
  •  

3
Rationale
  • A knowledge of ethics has professional and
    personal relevance
  • Professional life inevitably raises significant
    ethical issues on a daily basis. Many
    professional bodies increasingly recognise ethics
    in their training and continual development
    requirements (The General Dental Council)
  • A personal knowledge and understanding of ethics
    has started to be recognised as a core part of
    the university experience (Leeds for Life)

4
The Role of the Interdisciplinary Ethics Applied
CETL
  • Our aim is to help students, professionals and
    employees to identify, analyse and respond to the
    ethical issues they encounter in their
    disciplines and their working lives.
  • Other key disciplines involved Medicine,
    Engineering, Business School, Environment,
    Nanotechnology are the methods appropriate for
    anyone?

5
Planning for Ethics in the BChD
  • The re-design of the Leeds integrated
    undergraduate dental programme (BChD) identified
    ethics and professionalism as key
    cross-curricular themes.
  • A dedicated ethics teaching theme team was
    set-up in 2007 in collaboration with the Leeds
    University Interdisciplinary Ethics Applied CETL.
    The team included a number of individuals

6
The Interdisciplinary Teaching Model
7
Ethics in the Undergraduate Dental Programme
8
Learning Ethics
  • Didactic methods alone are not appropriate.
  • Ethics is learnt through experience and
    practice.
  • We can approach ethical learning through
    discussion, debate and exploration of simulated
    real life scenarios.
  • Small group methods are essential.

9
Teaching Methods
BLENDED APPROACH
10
Student Voices
11
Some core topics
  • Professionalism
  • Consent
  • Confidentiality
  • Trust (worthiness)
  • Honesty
  • Teamworking and Responsibility
  • Fairness / Justice
  • Best interests
  • Research ethics

12
  • WORKSHOP TASKS

13
Todays workshop tasks (1)
  • Small groups discuss Scenario A
  • A (dental) student signs a lecture attendance
    register on behalf of an absent student
    colleague.
  • How do you think they would justify this action
    if challenged?
  • What ethical issue or issues does this raise?

  • Report back

14
Todays workshop tasks (2)
  • Small groups discuss Scenarios B and C.
  • Half of groups take Scenario B, other half take
    Scenario C.
  • Report back.

15
(No Transcript)
16
Scenarios B and C (not to be shown to whole group
until end of small group discussion)
  • B. A dental student forges a tutor signature on a
    clinical skills competency test
  •  
  • C. A dental student forges a tutor signature on
    a set of clinical patient notes.

17
Application
  • How might this apply to your area?
  • Discussion in groups

18
(No Transcript)
19
Example scenario for discussion
  • A student colleague tells you that they can
    get vodka for you, for one tenth of what it would
    cost at a supermarket. He says that it comes from
    Eastern Europe and is not available openly in the
    UK. If you buy 50 worth now for cash he will put
    you on his list for further shipments. He says it
    is important that you dont tell everyone because
    supplies are limited.

20
(No Transcript)
21
Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future
a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics
Teaching
Scenario B A
dental student forges a tutor signature on a
clinical skills competency test
22
Producing the Ethical Dentist of the Future
a Model for Interdisciplinary Ethics
Teaching
Scenario C A
dental student forges a tutor signature on a set
of clinical patient notes.
About PowerShow.com