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Values exchange software in professional issues teaching for health professionals helen orton school of health sciences university of liverpool email

‘Values Exchange’ software in professional issues teaching for health professionals

Helen Orton

School of Health Sciences

University of Liverpool

Email

[email protected]


Origins of values exchange

Origins of Values Exchange

  • Informed by Professor David Seedhouse, a former lecturer at University of Liverpool, now at University of Auckland

  • Well known for his use of the ethical grid

  • Devised a number of decision-making tools which have been adapted by the Values Exchange


Values exchange

Values Exchange

  • Uses software which enables users to express their feeling and arguments by means of common concepts and feeds back structured reports which can then be used to compare different users’ perceptions


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Values Exchange

  • “A unique online communication tool which helps people understand each other in ways that are simply impossible without it”

  • Individuals are able to think through any issue in depth using a series of colourful, interactive screens

  • Helps to engage individuals in ethical thinking about clinical and teamwork issues


Why use it at liverpool

Why use it (at Liverpool)?

  • Benefits of Values Exchange

  • “…. Fits well with professional issues teaching and with the increasing use of e-learning felt that it is considered to be a teaching tool that has enormous potential within clinical practice across all health care specialties”


A resource for education

A resource for education?

“Before we used the Values Exchange we thought ethics was dry and boring. But this is totally different- all the cases are practical and relevant to us – we really feel we are learning important skills now”


Purpose of workshop

Purpose of workshop

  • To demonstrate VE as an innovative e-learning tool to support the learning of professional issues;

  • To gain insight into an additional and alternative teaching tool for the professional issues;

  • To promote reflection as part of the assessment process.


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Purpose of workshop

  • Interactive

  • Work through a case study

  • Provide feedback and discussion on involvement


Registration

Registration

  • http://liv.values-exchange.co.uk/HowToUseTheVX

  • Home

  • Sign up

  • Enter email address

  • Enter personal details and then sign up to “Your privacy” – consider anonymity

  • Or if prefer use coding such as FL and then a number allocated

  • Add demographic/ gender / age data


Http liv values exchange co uk

http://liv.values-exchange.co.uk/

Considered responses

Click the link below to see how Values Exchange helps engage you in ethical thinking about clinical and teamwork issues:

Learn how to make a considered response

Reports wizard

Click the link to see how Values Exchange generates rich reports, educational and research data: 

Learn how to use the Reports Wizard


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Values Exchange

  • Case

  • Proposal

  • How do you make a decision?

  • Background information


The considered response

The considered response:

Need to commit to whether agree or disagree with proposal


Ring analysis the wedge who or what matters most

Ring analysis (the wedge) – who or what matters most


The grid

The Grid

  • Depending upon which “tiles” are clicked, a number of different questions are raised

  • Respondent needs to answer to progress


Report options

Report Options

  • PROPOSAL;

  • Agree /disagree

  • Key concepts

  • Who matters most

  • Grid analysis

  • Comments

  • Consensus


Administrative rights

Administrative rights

  • Enables you to add cases for discussions

  • Enables background information to be added to assist the respondent in understanding the issues – for eg:

  • Children’s Act

  • Legal stance

  • Child Protection


Potential for use educational

Potential for use - educational

  • Medical students

  • All health care students – significant potential in Inter-professional education/learning

  • Law students


For more information on values exchange

For more information on Values Exchange

  • http://www.values-exchange.com/


References

References

  • http://values-exchange.com/HigherEducation

  • Further reading:

  • Seedhouse D (2005). Values Based Health Care: The Fundamentals of Ethical Decision-Making (Wiley)

  • Seedhouse D (1998) Ethics: The Heart of Health Care (Wiley)


What is a value

What is a “Value”?

  • “A belief upon which a man acts by preference” (Allport)

  • An enduring belief that a specific mode of conduct or end-state experience is personally or socially preferable to an opposite or converse mode of conduct...... (Rokeach)


Ethical thinking v value judgement

Ethical thinking v Value Judgement?

  • Ethical thinking:

    • Requires consideration of values

  • Value- judgement:

    • Decision based upon one or more values


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