June 15, 2011

Attend the WACP 2 Day Mandatory Course in Medical Ethics


The WEST AFRICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS (WACP) announces a 2 day mandatory course in medical ethics for all residents who are intending members through the forthcoming membership exams. It is imperative to understand you must attend this course before you are allowed to sit for the coming membership exams.

A two day mandatory course in medical ethics

Course Highlights
  • Overview of medical ethics
    -Historical issues in bioethics
    -Relevance to clinical care
  • Moral theories and Ethical principles
    -Moral theories
    -Utilitarianism-Concept of utility
    -Kantanianism-Obligation based
    -Ethical principles
    -Respect for autonomy
  • Ethics of Clinical Care
    -Doctor-Patient relationship
  • Research ethics
    -Regulatory bodies in ethics and the National Code
    -The meaning and justification of Informed Consent
  • Legal issues in medical practice
    -Ethical codes-Nuremburg
    -N.M.A Code of Ethics
    -Institutional Review Boards
  • Ethical Dilemmas
    -Stem Cell Research
    -End of Life Issues
    -Online Course in Bioethics
Course fees
Ten thousand naira (N10,000.00) only (inclusive of Lunch and tea break)

MANDATORY for all Resident Doctors taking the part 1 examination of The College starting October, 2011.

  1. 2nd - 3rd of June, 2011
  2. 30th of June - 1st July, 2011
  3. 28th - 29th July, 2011
College of Medicine
University College Hospital, Ibadan.

Candidates should register by sending an email to wacpethics@yahoo.com indicating the following:
  1. Name
  2. Department
  3. Training center
  4. Date of the course preferred
  • Places on the course are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
  • Participants are required to bring their laptops along to the venue.
Dr Modupe Ladipo - FWACP
Family Medicine Department
University College Hospital.
Dr Kikelomo Osinusi - FWACP
Department of Pediatrics
University College Hospital

CLICK TO SEE Course Announcement here - pdf

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