Clinical ethics teaching in psychiatric supervision ACADEMIC PSYCHIATRY Roberts, L. W., McCarty, T., Roberts, B. B., Morrison, N., BELITZ, J., Berenson, C., Siegler, M. 1996; 20 (3): 176-188


Supervision of psychiatric residents provides a natural context for clinical ethics teaching. In this article, the authors discuss the need for ethics education in psychiatry residencies and describe how the special attributes of supervision allow for optimal ethics training for psychiatry residents in their everyday encounters with ethical problems. Ethical decision making in clinical settings is briefly reviewed, and a 6-step strategy for clinical ethics training in psychiatric supervision is outlined. The value of the clinical ethics supervisory strategy for teaching and patient care is illustrated through four case examples.

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