Making Hard Decisions on Resource Allocation in an Era of Pandemics and Uncertainty
Webinar Presentation: Making Hard Decisions on Resource Allocation in an Era of Pandemics and Uncertainty
Activity Length: 41 minutes
Test Time: 3 minutes
- Discuss the ethical principles of resource allocation;
- Compare the ethics of balancing protection of healthcare workers with caring for patients;
- Describe how to apply the ethical principles for providing care in a pandemic.
Commercial Support: This CME-certified activity has not requested or received any support or funding from commercial interests. This includes, but is not limited to, pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers.
This work is conducted by the Illinois Area Health Education Centers Network Program, funded by grant No.U77HP26847 from the Health Resources and Services Administration, and administered by the National Center for Rural Health Professions at the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine - Rockford.
Assistant Professor, Section of Palliative Care
Rush University Medical Center
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Aliza Baron, AM owns stock in Eli Lilly. No one else in a position to control the educational content of this activity has any other relevant financial relationships to disclose.
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Social Worker Credit
University of Chicago Medicine is a Registered Social Work Continuing Education Sponsor through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation and will offer continuing education units for the Making Hard Decisions on Resource Allocation in an Era of Pandemics and Uncertainty for LSW and LCSW social workers in the state of Illinois.
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