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"Ethical competence training for members on clinical ethics committees (CEC): experiences from Denmark"
International Journal of Ethics Education
To address the moral questions in patient care and medical practice, Danish hospitals are starting to solicit clinical ethics committees (CEC). As in other places around the world, CECs in Denmark is an interdisciplinary group that includes physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, lawyers, chaplains, and sometimes lay persons. Due to their distinct professional background, members are largely untrained in concepts, skills and the language of moral philosophy and ethical reasoning. Thedoi:10.1007/s40889-017-0040-4 fatcat:douek6u77rg63ax5kqaisen7fi