2019
DOI: 10.1001/amajethics.2019.913
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How Moral Case Deliberation Supports Good Clinical Decision Making

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“…MCD is a specific approach in CES that aims to foster systematic reflection on moral questions (10). MCD has a theoretical background in pragmatic hermeneutics and dialogical ethics (12). This background manifests itself by an emphasis on a concrete, practice-oriented case, which is experienced by the participating care professionals themselves, or is easy to envision for them.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…MCD is a specific approach in CES that aims to foster systematic reflection on moral questions (10). MCD has a theoretical background in pragmatic hermeneutics and dialogical ethics (12). This background manifests itself by an emphasis on a concrete, practice-oriented case, which is experienced by the participating care professionals themselves, or is easy to envision for them.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ethics deliberation is dynamic: science or cultural norms may have evolved or relied on reasoning may have been flawed or tainted by unconscious or implicit bias. This approach may unintentionally risk limiting that which CESS is designed to ensure—moral space for rich discussion, encouraging new and alternate viewpoints and allowing each individual case to be judged on its own merits, including embracing and exploring dissensus 2…”
Section: Patterns and Process: Complimentary Approachesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We advocate that rather than solely focusing on MCD pattern-related content , ensuring structured, consistent, facilitated processes for fair and ‘robust’ MCD is similarly essential to promote organisational QI. Characteristics of such a process may include ensuring appropriate stakeholder participation, systematic presentation of facts, eliciting and thorough exploration all stakeholder values and use of collaborative dialogue 2. MCD should also emphasise capacity to foster acknowledgement of a lack of consensus and ensure openness to diverse values to develop a deeper understanding of the case and courses of action 2.…”
Section: Patterns and Process: Complimentary Approachesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The goal of quality improvement is to raise the entire healthcare quality curve within the organisation 14 15. CESS evaluation research has, however, mainly focused on the quality of CESS provision itself,9 15–18 the quality improvement in a single case where CESS were provided,16 or on individual outcome variables rather than organisational outcomes 5 9 12 19–25. Admittedly, these research endeavours have led to theoretical rationales for how CESS benefit individual learning and how they provide quality in single-patient cases .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%