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Clinical Ethics in Critical Care: Respect for Persons in Interprofessional Communication in the ICU

In this podcast, Dr. Margaret Carno PhD, MBA, MJ, RN from the University of Rochester and Dr. Leslie Scheunemann MD, MPH from the University of Pittsburgh discuss how to apply the principle of respect for persons in interprofessional teamwork and family support in the ICU. Margaret and Leslie are members of the ATS Ethics and Conflicts of Interest Committee.

References

  1. Rosenbaum, L. Cursed By Knowledge - Building a Culture of Psychological Safety. NEJM. 2019; 380(8): 786-790.
  2. O'Connor, D and Purves B, Ed. Decision-Making, Personhood and Dementia: Exploring the Interface. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; 2009.

Presenter Disclosures

MC and LS reported having no relationships with relevant commercial interests. MC reported a Health Resources and Services Administration workforce grant ( RN to BS in primary care). LS reported research and training support as a Pepper Scholar, National Institute on Aging.

 

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Last Reviewed: June 2019