CPR Decisions: Law, Ethics and Communications
6th September 2016, 6.00pm - 9.00pm at Sandford Education Centre, Cheltenham
It can be challenging knowing what the right decision is regarding attempting cardio-pulmonary resuscitation for a patient.
Whose decision is it?
What does the Law and Ethical thought have to say about this?
What should we do in an emergency setting or how about when a patient lacks capacity?
And what is the right language and approach to communicate well with patients and families around this difficult and charged subject?
Delivered by Emma Husbands, Caroline Pennels and Sam Guglani
This session is for Consultants only - CPD points available
A buffet will be served from 5.30pm
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