Consider someone leaving a hospital, after their care is completed at that location, to return to their home and local community. As discharge plans are made to continue their care, their healing, their rehabilitation, are there ethical challenges that arise? Can there be biases that shape that plan because of their ability, disability, lack of family support systems or resources available in the community? What are the frameworks, tools, approaches that an assist all involved? Our guests will offer their experience in these discharge plan dilemmas and offer the practical approaches they have utilized every day.
After registration, participants pursuing CME credit must complete the following steps:
- Step 1: review and acknowledge the EthicsLab Essentials Disclaimer and complete pre-test to evaluate participant knowledge before listening to the podcast episode
- Step 2: listen to the EthicsLab Essentials podcast episode
- Step 3: complete post test to evaluate participant knowledge gained after listening to the podcast episode
- Step 4: complete evaluation
Once all steps have been successfully completed, participants are issued PDF claiming instructions to obtain a certificate for submission to accreditation boards.
This educational activity targets the entire interprofessional team.