Episode 3 47 mins

Tackling the ethical challenges faced by doctors

How can ethical issues in healthcare be studied and potentially improved in a systematic, evidence-based way? Jenni Burt explores this question from both a practical and theoretical perspective. Her guests are Zoe Fritz, consultant physician in acute medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, and Richard Holton, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge.

THIS Institute - The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute
THIS Institute - The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute
Tackling the ethical challenges faced by doctors
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About our guests

Zoe Fritz is a Wellcome Fellow in Society and Ethics at THIS Institute and a consultant physician in acute medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

 

Richard Holton is Professor of Philosophy and Fellow of Peterhouse at the University of Cambridge. His main research interest is moral psychology and related areas, and he is also interested in ethics, philosophy of law, and philosophy of language.

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