Many of us strive to be ethical in our personal and professional lives. But most of us have little idea of the major moral theories underlying our ethical decision-making. This webinar will start with a tour of the history of ethics from our religious, philosophical, and psychological heritage. Next, we will look at the advantages and disadvantages of the four major ethical theories and approaches-including the consequentialist (outcomes-based), the deontological (duty-based), and blended approaches. And finally, we will construct our personal ethical philosophy and develop a checklist to better manage ethical conundrums in our clinical practices.
- Discuss the historical underpinnings of the major ethical theories.
- Explain the theories from meta, normative, and practical vantage points.
- Recognize that each ethical perspective has both advantages and disadvantages.
- Develop an ethical perspective that meets our personal and professional needs.
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- Lectures 2
- Quizzes 1
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Students 61
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