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“Ethical Dilemmas in Clinical Practice: Building Collaborative Strategies”

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Hilton Montreal Bonaventure

900 de La Gauchetiere W.

Explorations 2014, hosted by the McGill University Faculty of Medicine, is an annual one-day conference for health professionals from all disciplines, including clinical practitioners, healthcare managers, researchers, educators, and university students.

The overall goal of the conference is to provide an opportunity for participants to exchange specialized knowledge and explore innovative ideas and approaches primarily directed toward improving clinical practice that results in achieving excellence in patient care.

The conference is planned and organized by knowledge-users associated with McGill University faculty of Medicine to improve health services and strengthen the healthcare system in Canada.

This event will be accredited for CME credits. The goals of this Conference are:

  • Recognize clinical situations that create moral distress for health professionals across disciplines.
  • Discuss the delivery of care in the context of limited resources.
  • Recognize student’s distress in the face of ethical dilemmas.
  • Consider strategies that enable them to address moral distress.

For more information about the conference and the speakers, click here.

To register, click here.


Explorations 2014 – Conference Secretariat

514 287 9898 ext: 235 or conference.nursing@mcgill.ca