Live Stream: COVID and Ethics: A Discussion for Healthcare Professionals


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Date: Saturday, 12/05/20
Time: 8:45 am - 3:00 pm EST
Cost: Registration $59.99
Credits: 5 Ethics CE credits!

Presented by:
Jason Lesandrini, MA, FACHE, HEC-C, LPEC Medical Ethicist; Assistant Vice President of Ethics, Advance Care Planning and Spiritual Health at a major Atlanta Health System; Adjunct Faculty; Mercer University

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CEU Creations Signature Series presents:
COVID and Ethics: A Discussion for Healthcare Professionals

Saturday, December 5, 2020
8:45 am – 9:00 am EST: Registration / Networking
9:00 am – 3:00 pm EST: Presentation–See event flyer for detailed agenda

Registration $59.99

Continuing Education Credits
Social Work (ASWB ACE – 5 Ethics or Clinical CE Credits)
Case Managers (CCMC – 5 Ethics Hours)
Nurses ( CA Board of Registered Nursing – 5 Contact Hours)
Licensed Professional Counselors (Ethics: 5 Ethics Hours)

As our communities work tirelessly to manage the coronavirus pandemic, hard decisions that raise potential ethical challenges, such as resource allocation, justice, and DNR orders, confront healthcare workers and allied helping professionals. Practicing in the age of COVID-19 has brought forth a myriad of ethical issues facing healthcare sites across the nation. In this timely conversation, Jason Lesandrini, Medical Ethicist, will guide us through a conversation about ethics and ethical issues that have occurred in the pandemic. Starting with a thorough overview of the professional ethics codes and standards, we will spend a significant amount of time on Justice – what it means, what are the principles of Justice, and how should this ethical standard apply in the allocation of resources in non-pandemic times. We will then segue into an overview of the ethical challenges that healthcare sites have faced with regard to resource allocation, as well as other ethical issues such as discharge planning for COVID patients, visitor restrictions, DNR orders, and much more. Concluding with an important conversation about moral distress and its effects on helping professionals and the patients we serve. Join us for this important discussion on ethical reflection and decision-making during this world-wide pandemic.


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