Ethical Issues in Epilepsy [PPDT]

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Ethical Issues in Epilepsy [PPDT] by Mind Map: Ethical Issues in Epilepsy [PPDT]

1. [5] Final suggestions

2. Plan

2.1. Introduction?!

2.2. Epilepsy

2.2.1. What is it?

2.2.2. Incidence & Prevalence

2.2.2.1. Locally

2.2.2.2. Globally

2.2.3. Diagnosis

2.2.3.1. Criteria

2.2.3.2. Investigations

2.2.4. Management

2.2.5. Prognosis

2.3. Scenarios

2.3.1. Flow of the scenario

2.3.2. [1] Case Presentation

2.3.3. [2] Ethical or Legal issue

2.3.4. [3] Discussion with audience

2.3.5. [4] Current practice & solutions

2.3.5.1. Are they good enough? If not, why?

2.3.5.2. Are there any better alternatives?

2.4. Disclosure

2.4.1. Further area for research

2.4.2. Questions

2.4.3. Feedback & reflection

3. How to Teach This Topic

3.1. The impact of the diagnosis of Epilepsy

3.2. The legal and ethical issues associated with disclosure and confidentiality and information about treatment of side-effects

3.3. Ethical approach to disclosure requirements

4. Learning Objectives

4.1. To understand the major ethical issues associated with Epilepsy and its management

5. Keywords

5.1. Legal & ethical issues associated with the disclosure of epilepsy

6. How to Evaluate This Topic

6.1. Process

6.1.1. Respect values & opinions of the participants

6.1.2. Open to constructive feedback

6.1.3. Provides constructive feedback to participants if required

6.1.4. Share information effectively

6.1.5. Manages time effectively

6.1.6. Helps to keep the group focused on the task

6.1.7. Encourage involvement from all participants

6.2. Clinical Reasoning

6.2.1. Contribute constructively to the subject content

6.2.2. Builds on other group members' contributions

6.2.3. Acknowledges gaps on own knowledge

6.2.4. Educational values of the content delivered

6.2.5. Quality of PPD examples given from real-life settings