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    STUDIA BIOETHICA - Issue no. Special Issue / 2021  
         
  Article:   HOW TO TRAIN AND ASSESS THE QUALITY OF FACILITATORS FOR MORAL CASE DELIBERATION? EXPERIENCES WITH AND EVALUATION OF SELF-REFLECTION AND OBSERVATION FORMS FOR FACILITATORS OF MORAL CASE DELIBERATION.

Authors:  MARGREET STOLPER, BERT MOLEWIJK.
 
       
         
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DOI: 10.24193/subbbioethica.2021.spiss.116

Published Online: 2021-06-30
Published Print: 2021-06-30
pp. 170


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ABSTRACT: Parallel Session IV, Room 7 In Europe, Moral Case Deliberation (MCD) has been well-known and established as a form of Clinical Ethics Support (CES) and implemented in many international (health care) institutions. Since 2007 Amsterdam UMC organizes training for professionals to become a facilitator of MCD. To support and asses the development of those future facilitators MCD, an instrument has been developed which can be used by both trainees and trainers. The instrument consists of a self-reflection form and an observation form. Both forms are almost identical and contain a part of open questions reflecting upon the personal learning goals of the trainee and a part of 56 closed questions. The part of closed questions contains concrete descriptions of preferred skills and attitude of the MCD facilitator trainee, related to MCD in general and the specific steps of the Dilemma method and the Socratic Dialogue in particular. Special attention is being paid to concrete actions for fostering a dialogue and deepening the moral inquiry. The instrument can also be used by trained and more experienced facilitators of MCD to reflect upon their acquired skills and attitude, and indirectly on the quality of CES they provide. In this presentation we will present the instrument and share our experiences in using the two forms in order to train and assess (the quality of) facilitators of MCD. Furthermore, we will present preliminary results of the analysis of more than 1200 forms collected in the past decade from trainings on national and international level.
 
         
     
         
         
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