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A Collection of Scenarios in Military Medical Ethics to Support Training and Research


Messelken, Daniel (2018). A Collection of Scenarios in Military Medical Ethics to Support Training and Research. International Review of the Armed Forces Medical Services, 91(4):75-77.

Abstract

Scenarios are a key tool for education, training and research in ethics. The presented collection of scenarios in military medical ethics constitutes a valuable resource for trainers and researchers. It shall support deploying military medical personnel and those who organise training and education to better prepare for missions.
To achieve this aim, the MME scenario collection
• collects and publishes experiences, reports, and scenarios in a searchable database and
• provides an opportunity for those returning from
missions to (anonymously) contribute their experiences and to share it with others.
• Introductory texts and teaching and/or self-learning material shall be added over time.
• The thematic scope of the scenario collection could be extended to include ethical challenges of humanitaMrian actors, which are often similar to the experiences of their military counterparts.

Abstract

Scenarios are a key tool for education, training and research in ethics. The presented collection of scenarios in military medical ethics constitutes a valuable resource for trainers and researchers. It shall support deploying military medical personnel and those who organise training and education to better prepare for missions.
To achieve this aim, the MME scenario collection
• collects and publishes experiences, reports, and scenarios in a searchable database and
• provides an opportunity for those returning from
missions to (anonymously) contribute their experiences and to share it with others.
• Introductory texts and teaching and/or self-learning material shall be added over time.
• The thematic scope of the scenario collection could be extended to include ethical challenges of humanitaMrian actors, which are often similar to the experiences of their military counterparts.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Philosophy
Dewey Decimal Classification:100 Philosophy
Language:English
Date:December 2018
Deposited On:11 Jan 2019 10:48
Last Modified:11 Jan 2019 10:48
Publisher:ProClim
OA Status:Green
Free access at:Official URL. An embargo period may apply.
Official URL:http://www.cimm-icmm.org/page/anglais/review91.php

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