This download includes 4 separate activities including:
- "Medical Ethics": Review of the two dominant theories in ethics. Students will review the meaning of "deontology" and "consequentialism" and then apply these to medical scenarios. They will also determine their stance on various medical ethics to reveal which theory they more closely prescribe to.
- "Allocating and Antidote": Students will work in groups to determine a solution for distributing vaccines and antidotes.
- "That's Debatable": Students will research and write pro's and con's on various medical ethical topics. Graphic Organizer included.
- ""First Do No Harm": Students will review the 4 major Principles of Medical Ethics and then apply them to medical scenarios.
Answer Keys included
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This was interesting to do with the students. Led to some interesting conversations regarding current medical ethics.
This set of lessons is really well put together to help students understand the basic principles of Medical Ethics. The activities build on each other and make a well rounded lesson plan.
Great activities to get kids thinking!
Very good activity! I used this for my 9th grade Intro to Healthcare class!
Fun Activities to expand on Medical Ethics. My students loved this. Will definitely use again.
This helped expand on the different topics in Ethics. Good activity that my health science students enjoyed.
Fun activity for class discussion.
Wonderful activities that really serve to engage students. Definitely work well to encourage group discussion and informal assessment outside of traditional testing strategies. Will use again!