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Patients and Visitors
The Plymouth Health and Social Care Ethical Decisions Advisory Group (EDAG) has been established:
EDAG is available to provide advice on both clinical ethical cases (those that concern how care should be provided to a particular patient) and on organisational ethical issues (those that concern how services should be provided to groups of people, or issues affecting staff).
The members of the EDAG include people who have experience in General Practice, secondary health care, mental health, and community provision, medical education, and outside of health care in the voluntary sector. They have been selected so that the Group will be able to draw on a wide range of knowledge and expertise.
Referrals must be made using one of the two structured referral forms. There is a form for clinical ethics cases and a different form for organisational ethics issues.
Please review our process and associated flow chart for further information. You should seek the advice of your own organisation’s existing internal decision forums before making a referral to the EDAG.
For all enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org