Ethics Committee Structures & Decision Making Models Philip Boyle, Ph.D. Vice President, Ethics www.CHE.ORG/ETHICS. Goals for today’s conversation. House keeping & review of course Expectations Moral Ecology of Continuing Care Different ethics mechanisms The Next Generation
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Decision Making Models
Philip Boyle, Ph.D.
Vice President, Ethics
Family informal caregivers
The staff—different professional training
Public perception of long-term care
Externalities: law, regulators, dept of aging
Before—in the beginning
Scope of jurisdiction and authority
Mission & Vision
Selecting qualified members, not location
Trained in conflict resolution
Escape appearance of volunteers
1. Provide competent informational & decision-making support
2. Advise HEC on recurring issues
Informally—all moral decisions
2. Determine primary and secondary communities of concern and their interests.
4. Identify key moral commitments and values, as well as conflicts among them.
5. Establish priorities among commitments and values.
6. Develop options that support the priorities.
7. In silence reflect and then listen to viewpoints.
8. Gain consensus on decision.
Assign accountabilities to specific persons for each component to be realized.