Convergence and Divergence in Canadian Ethics Support Services


Marika Warren, Christy Simpson, Dianne Godkin, Allen Alvarez, and Amanda Porter


This article discusses clinical ethics consultation (CEC), and thereby ethics support services in the Canadian context. Commonalities and differences between the three models of ethics support and CEC shared in this article are identified, set within the broader context of the Canadian healthcare system, accreditation, and professionalization of practicing healthcare ethicists.




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