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Creating a Personal Ethical Code
Ron Howard, Prof. Emeritus of the Department of Management Science and Engineering, School of Engineering, Stanford University
Abstract: The webinar presents the distinctions necessary to create an effective personal ethical code. These include positive and negative ethical commitments, action-based and consequence-based ethics, the color of lies, business ethics, treating personal and professional secrets, the ethics of clinical trials, of discussions with a dying person, and a recent issue of ethical contamination. All concepts will be demonstrated by specific examples.
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This video is being made freely accessible until July 1, 2020. After that date, SDP membership is required for access to this webinar.
Keywords: framing and structuring framestruc, soft skills and facilitation ssfacil, ethics, medical decisions meddec, societal decisions socdec,