Prerequisite: 68:264 or permission of Instructor.
An introduction to ethics and ethical relations that work to structure clinical practice and consultation in Indigenous contexts. Learners will require, compare and contrast Western ethical theories and tribal ethics, values and morality with a view to understanding application to practice in clinical and consultative contexts, Learners will gain awareness into the impacts that various aspects can have on clinical practice and consultation and will analyze ethical concepts and issues while formulating and presenting their own positions.
3 lecture credit hours per week, one term.
- Instructor: Kathryn Irvine