Moral Distress and Decision Making in An Age of Limited Reso
Moral Distress and Decision Making in An Age of Limited Resources: Ethical Tension Points for Social Workers Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, LCSW, OSW was recorded November 2018. In this interactive presentation, we will unpack the weight of moral distress, particularly in end of life situations. We will examine how our own moral lens is woven into both our personal values and our professional ethics. Our goal: improve our ability to navigate morally challenging situations, the limited resources we have to offer patients, and our professional and personal resilience to continue our important work. This lecture was originally presented as the Michael Hubner lecture at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in March 2018. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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