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Ethics Rounds: Surrogates with Conflicts of Interest: How Should Clinicians Respond?

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Air date: Wednesday, December 5, 2012, 12:00:00 PM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 175, (74 Live, 101 On-demand)
Category: Clinical Center Grand Rounds
Runtime: 00:58:30
Description: Ethics Rounds: Surrogates with Conflicts of Interest: How Should Clinicians Respond?

Clinicians and researchers rely on surrogates to make decisions for adults who are unable to make their own decisions. Surrogates should make decisions based on the patient’s, not the surrogate's, preferences and interests. This principle can be difficult to implement when a surrogate stands to benefit from a particular decision. Please join us to discuss how clinicians should handle surrogates with conflicts of interest.

The program, which involves presentation and discussion of an actual case that occurred at the NIH, should be of interest to individuals involved in clinical care and research, as well as those interested in important issues in bioethics.

Presenter: Joel Moss, MD, PhD, Senior Investigator, NHLBI

Discussant: Peter Ditto, PhD, Professor of Psychology & Social Behavior, University of California Irvine

For more information go to http://www.cc.nih.gov/about/news/grcurrent.html
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NLM Title: Ethics rounds. Surrogates with conflicts of interest : how should clinicians respond? [electronic resource] / Peter H. Ditto ; case presenter, Joel Moss.
Series: Surrogates with conflicts of interest
Author: Ditto, Peter H.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
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Other Title(s): Surrogates with conflicts of interest
Abstract: (CIT): Ethics Rounds: Surrogates with Conflicts of Interest: How Should Clinicians Respond? Clinicians and researchers rely on surrogates to make decisions for adults who are unable to make their own decisions. Surrogates should make decisions based on the patient's, not the surrogate's, preferences and interests. This principle can be difficult to implement when a surrogate stands to benefit from a particular decision. Please join us to discuss how clinicians should handle surrogates with conflicts of interest.The program, which involves presentation and discussion of an actual case that occurred at the NIH, should be of interest to individuals involved in clinical care and research, as well as those interested in important issues in bioethics. Presenter: Joel Moss, MD, PhD, Senior Investigator, NHLBI Discussant: Peter Ditto, PhD, Professor of Psychology & Social Behavior, University of California Irvine.
Subjects: Conflict of Interest
Decision Making--ethics
Human Experimentation--ethics
Physicians--ethics
Proxy
Third-Party Consent--ethics
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NLM Classification: W 20.55.H9
NLM ID: 101599115
CIT Live ID: 12185
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