Are you grappling with a real-life medical ethics dilemma? Do you want help in working your way through it?
The ethics and law team at SGUL offer a medical ethics support service for all SGUL healthcare students (believed to be the first of its kind in the UK). The goal of the service is to facilitate the resolution of your medico-ethical problems while helping you apply ethical knowledge to real-life situations.
|There are several ways to contact us:
1) By phone
Call one of the ethics consultants:
Dr Deborah Bowman (ext. 5712)
Dr Daniel Sokol (ext. 3360)
Dr John Spicer (ext. 0617)
2) By e-mail
We have a joint e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) In person
Turn up to our office in the Centre for Medical Education, 4th Floor, Hunter Wing, and ask for one of us.
4) Fill in the Clinical Ethics Consultation form
Please click here. You may fill the form anonymously.
Your enquiries will be treated in confidence.