Ethical discussions in Lisbon

Our panel deep in discussion


One of the sessions today has raised some important issues to consider when caring for our patients with ID. The increasing complexity of the patients we care for means that these ethical issues will need to be considered more and more. Further to this, input from social media and the media in general will continue to have an impact as well as the gloabalisation of medicine.

We were lucky enough to have James Taylor as our key note speaker.

Panelists who gave vital expert input were Eline Visser, Helen Baggins and John Seymor.

Do you have an ethical issue you would like to discuss and share with your colleagues ? Please contact us and we can share this to gain input from INGID members.



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