A Neighbour’s Helping Hand: A Discussion on the Ethics, Motivations and Obstacles of Being a Good Samaritan

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Date(s) - October 21, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

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Medical emergencies, such as cardiac arrest, are more likely to occur in locations other than a hospital or doctor’s office. As a community or family member, do you intervene in addition to calling for help? What if professional help isn’t readily available? Please join us as we dive deeper into the implications, rationale and ethics for the different levels of action including how rural and remote communities are tackling the subject.

RSVP to Shemim Manji by Oct 15 at smanji@providencehealth.bc.ca

* the link to the online discussion will be sent closer to the date of the event


Featured Speakers

SCOTT KLINE, MSC, PHD

Visiting Scholar in Ethics, St. Mark’s College at UBC and Providence Health Care, Associate Professor, St. Jerome’s University – U of Waterloo

DR. JIM CHRISTENSON MD FRCPC

Emergency Physician, St. Paul’s Hospital, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, UBC Faculty of Medicine and Chair, Resuscitation Advisory Committee, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

With opening remarks by The Most Reverend J. Michael Miller, CSB and moderated by Fiona Dalton, President & CEO of Providence Health Care’

https://stmarkscollege.ca/sm-event/a-neighbours-helping-hand-a-discussion-on-the-ethics-motivations-and-obstacles-of-being-a-good-samaritan-the-compassion-and-social-justice-lecture-series-virtual-edition/

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