Friday, 22 July 2011
The Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) Clinical Ethics Committee extends an invitation to you to attend their 13th public meeting.
Glan Clwyd Hospital Education Centre
8th September 2011 6.30pm
Managers and Healthcare Professionals have to make tough decisions about what services to provide from their budgets. Economic approaches can help, but they also need to take into account the practical and ethical challenges faced by healthcare professionals. This debate will focus on:-
- Can Managers and Health Care Professionals prioritise competing claims on their limited budgets from national guidance, regional and local policy, and their community?
- Economics are important, but should the practical and ethical challenges faced by healthcare professionals be taken into account?
- Should resources be reallocated after priority setting on the basis of these practical and ethical challenges faced by managers and healthcare professionals?
- Can the processes ever be seen as fair through transparency and accountability?
- Who should decide?
Booking details: Please telephone: 01978 727407 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This debate is free of charge and a must-attend event for members of the public, service users, patients and carers, health and social care professionals and voluntary organisations.