Ethics After Hours…

This month we review Netflix’s documentary, Dr. Feelgood, about a Virginia doctor and how over-prescribing opioids ended with him in prison.

Discussion questions also available.

View video link and questions here


June 2017 Newsletter Now Available

Our newsletter is now out for reading. This month we talk about the upcoming accreditation taking place in the fall for NSHA, and how you can help your organization.

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NSHEN Library: Reserve A Book!

June 2017 Bioethics Book Club Recommendation!

We have a new book club recommendation with discussion sheet! This book is also available for loan from NSHEN.

Check out the new title here

Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes

New Featured Article Summary Now Available!

NSHEN provides summaries of recent articles of interest from the health ethics literature for those unable to access or too busy to read the entire article.

This month’s featured article is Accommodating Conscientious Objection in Medicine – Private Ideological Convictions Must Not Trump Professional Obligations by Udo Schuklenk published in The Journal of Clinical Ethics.

Check it out here!

New Fireside Chat video added!

Compassion Fatigue and Systemic Suffering with Katie Aven – Staff Chaplain, Victoria General, Nova Scotia Health Authority

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National Health Ethics Week 2017

Even though Health Ethics Week is over for 2017, we encourage you to visit our Case Database and explore the other ethical cases we have available.

Each day of National Health Ethics Week 2017, we added an ethical case with discussion questions, based on a different theme.

The theme this year was:

Diversity and Inclusion in Health Care  

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Ethics NSHA Support-Requesting Ethics Support website now available!

Requesting Ethics Support across Nova Scotia Health Authority Zones is now available….

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