The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics - CCHCE

The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics - CCHCE The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics (CCHCE) provides ethics consultations, capacity-building, and more in the Champlain region. (Ottawa)

The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics (CCHCE) is the leading health care ethics support system in the Champlain region. The CCHCE provides a centralized regional approach to the provision of health care ethics services to a diverse group of organizations across the continuum of care (hospitals, long-term care homes, community support services). Health care ethics services have proven to be b

The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics (CCHCE) is the leading health care ethics support system in the Champlain region. The CCHCE provides a centralized regional approach to the provision of health care ethics services to a diverse group of organizations across the continuum of care (hospitals, long-term care homes, community support services). Health care ethics services have proven to be b

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Seats are limited! Register today for our annual symposium. Visit champlainethics.ca for more information.
10/07/2019
Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics / Centre de Bioétique Champlain – BUILDING BRIDGES

Seats are limited! Register today for our annual symposium. Visit champlainethics.ca for more information.

The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics (CCHCE) is the leading health care ethics support system in the Champlain region. The CCHCE provides a centralized regional approach to the provision of health care ethics services to a diverse group of organizations across the continuum of care (hospitals...

** SAVE THE DATE** Our Annual Ethics Symposium will be hosted on November 22nd 2019! More information still to come; che...
08/14/2019
Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics / Centre de Bioétique Champlain – BUILDING BRIDGES

** SAVE THE DATE**

Our Annual Ethics Symposium will be hosted on November 22nd 2019!

More information still to come; check out our website for all the latest updates!

Www.champlainethics.ca

The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics (CCHCE) is the leading health care ethics support system in the Champlain region. The CCHCE provides a centralized regional approach to the provision of health care ethics services to a diverse group of organizations across the continuum of care (hospitals...

08/12/2019

Join us on August 23rd at 1:00PM for our Ethics Education Program in person session!

*Available in English and French to all Champlain LHIN-funded organizations*

For more information on how to access the program please contact us at [email protected]

03/27/2019

In celebration of National Health Ethics week, we are pleased to be hosting Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics Regional Ethics Rounds at TOH on the morning of April 5th 2019! This will be hosted at the Civic with videoconference to the General and available through OTN.

The Ethics Education Program is now available!
02/27/2019

The Ethics Education Program is now available!

01/22/2019
Regional Ethics Rounds – Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics / Centre de Bioétique Champlain

The Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics is pleased to announce the return of our regional Ethics rounds! Our next rounds will be on February 28th, 2019, from 12-1pm. They are being held at the Montfort Hospital, and will be in French. They will be broadcast by OTN and a webcast is also available. The topic is “What about Residents/Patients’ Advance Directives when Transitioning from Long Term Care to Hospital in an Emergency Situation.”

For more information please visit our website:
www. champlainethics.ca/regional-ethics-rounds

As a partner of the Champlain Centre for Health Care Ethics, organizations are able to access and host monthly regional ethics rounds. The topics for the regional ethics rounds will vary, and are determined by influential current ethical issues, and those issues facing the partner organizations.

03/05/2018

Retweeted Dying With Dignity Canada (@DWDCanada):

Uncertainty about the meaning of six specific phrases in Canada’s #AssistedDying legislation puts Canadians at risk in a number of ways, says a new report by @jgdownie and @jnfrchandler https://t.co/1VRJEkzSs0 via @IRPP

02/28/2018

Retweeted CBS (@BioethicsCanada):

Plastic surgeons sharing procedures on social media raises ethical concerns | Chirurgien qui partage des interventions médicales sur réseaux sociaux soulève des questions d'ordre éthique ➡️https://t.co/zjoTyer5u6 #Bioethics #CanadianBioethics

A "star"-studded edition of Perspectives in Biology and Medicine focusing on the concept of medical futility - including...
02/12/2018
Project MUSE - Perspectives in Biology and Medicine-Volume 60, Number 3, Summer 2018

A "star"-studded edition of Perspectives in Biology and Medicine focusing on the concept of medical futility - including an article by friend of @ChamplainEthics , @ThaddeusPope . Check it out here: https://t.co/Q4OXjddW2g

Use the simple Search box at the top of the page or the Advanced Search linked from the top of the page to find book and journal content. Refine results with the filtering options on the left side of the Advanced Search page or on your search results page. Click the Browse box to see a selection of....

02/09/2018

Retweeted Jocelyn Downie (@jgdownie):

The court evaluated the balance between individual dignity and equitable access for vulnerable patients on the one hand and the limit on religious freedom on other and concluded @cpso_ca position was "demonstrably justified." n/n https://t.co/1DJwAzB5wX

‘A pseudo-science’: Outrage after Ontario government funds college program in homeopathy - “There are at least 12 intern...
02/09/2018
‘A pseudo-science’: Outrage after Ontario government funds college program in homeopathy

‘A pseudo-science’: Outrage after Ontario government funds college program in homeopathy - “There are at least 12 international organizations that have evaluated the literature and again and again they find homeopathy does nothing,” https://t.co/I16L0E6WSa https://t.co/DNEykzeie4

Three years ago, Ontario became the first province to regulate the practice of homeopathy to widespread criticism the government was legitimizing ‘quackery’

Retweeted CBS (@BioethicsCanada):When it comes to abuse, rural long-term care homes face unique challenges ➡️  https://t...
02/07/2018
When it comes to abuse, rural long-term care homes face unique challenges

Retweeted CBS (@BioethicsCanada):

When it comes to abuse, rural long-term care homes face unique challenges ➡️ https://t.co/g8XXiIjzf7 #Bioethics #CanadianBioethics

Across eastern Ontario, the number of reported cases have more than tripled from 2011 to 2016, according to the most recent data from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. More than half of the homes with the highest rate of abuse were in small towns.

02/06/2018

Retweeted AMA Journal of Ethics (@JournalofEthics):

"Dozens of doctors, medical ethicists, and lawyers are warning Congress that legislation to allow Americans with life-threatening conditions access to unapproved, experimental drugs risks harming patients’ health." https://t.co/ENsVXWKlEZ

02/05/2018

Retweeted Timothy Caulfield (@CaulfieldTim):

Looking forward to talking #homeopathy with @drex on #TheShiftwithDrex in 30!

1) Homeopathy is scientifically impossible
2) No evidence homeopathy works (https://t.co/9V558NGnoA)
3) Regulators around world trying to shut down https://t.co/FoAnVTGNg5

But taught at CND College?

02/01/2018

Retweeted Sally Bean (@SallyTBean):

Religious doctors must perform referrals for medically assisted death: Ontario court /via @globeandmail https://t.co/vGTARNbC4B

01/30/2018

Retweeted U of T Public Health (@UofT_dlsph):

Profs Carol Strike & Ahmed Bayoumi describe benefits of supervised injection services: reduced overdoses, increased referrals to drug treatment & public order @phillydotcom
https://t.co/XoWwV52PAr

01/30/2018

Retweeted Sally Bean (@SallyTBean):

It was a privilege to contribute to this @epaultaylor article: Why would my terminally ill father be denied a medically assisted death? /via @globeandmail https://t.co/jNoqywNr8G

01/17/2018

Retweeted AMBI (@ambioethics):

Check out part one of a two-part teaching bioethics series in the New York Times, written by AMBI alumnus Jacob... https://t.co/XnNkN0AptI

Retweeted Timothy Caulfield (@CaulfieldTim):"Sale of controversial 'miracle' tonic results in dozens of charges" https:/...
01/12/2018
Sale of controversial 'miracle' tonic results in dozens of charges

Retweeted Timothy Caulfield (@CaulfieldTim):

"Sale of controversial 'miracle' tonic results in dozens of charges" https://t.co/HS2b7WmMWd Glad Health Canada moving on this bunk.

A B.C. man and an Alberta woman face dozens of Food and Drug Act charges related to the promotion of a so-called miracle tonic touted as capable of curing everything from AIDS to autism. The charges come after Health Canada spent years trying to crack down on the sale of sodium chlorite.

01/04/2018

Retweeted CBS (@BioethicsCanada):

Many transplant patients adhering to 6-month sobriety rule improve to point operation not needed | https://t.co/vLQ1HWkHuS #Bioethics #CanadianBioethics

Retweeted Dossetor Centre (@DossetorCentre):https://t.co/Hm9zpT4oT8
01/04/2018
Improving Ethics at the Bedside - The Hastings Center

Retweeted Dossetor Centre (@DossetorCentre):

https://t.co/Hm9zpT4oT8

It’s one o’clock in the morning in the pediatric intensive care unit. A 16-year-old patient tells his nurse that he disagrees with the medical treatment plan that was agreed to by his parents. While he is legally a minor, he may have the capacity to make his own medical decisions. He is schedule...

Should we stop using the term "Brain Dead/Death" in public? Leading Bioethicist Art Caplan suggests yes: https://t.co/3K...
01/02/2018
Time to stop using the term ‘brain death’ in public. | Bioethics.net

Should we stop using the term "Brain Dead/Death" in public? Leading Bioethicist Art Caplan suggests yes: https://t.co/3K7LkpdhTa

You probably have heard or seen media stories in which a person is described as ‘brain dead’. What you may not realize is that these stories frequently present brain death in a completely inaccurate manner. They suggest that brain death is not death but is somehow a severe injury from which peop...

01/02/2018

Retweeted André Picard (@picardonhealth):

#Smoking is now illegal on all hospital grounds in Ontario as designated smoking areas eliminated, by @ieva_lucs https://t.co/wmKuFLDmB1 via @CBChealth

Navigating individual and collective interests in medical ethics: (When) Should we make decisions based on the good of s...
12/20/2017
Navigating individual and collective interests in medical ethics

Navigating individual and collective interests in medical ethics: (When) Should we make decisions based on the good of society rather than the individual? https://t.co/xR7RhJIHDx https://t.co/ihRwadKbgv

In medical ethics, we are often concerned with questions that pertain predominantly to the treatment of a particular individual. However, in a number of cases it is crucial to broaden the scope of our moral inquiry beyond consideration of the individual alone, since the interests of the individual c...

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