Ethical Decision Making for Regulatory and Clinical Professionals
St. Cloud State Series
Registration: 7:30 am - 8:00 am
Program: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Second in a series produced in cooperation with St. Cloud State University's Twin Cities Graduate Center in Maple Grove, home to applied Master of Science degree programs for the medical technology industry.
Ethical decision making in the workplace is an essential skill for regulatory and clinical professionals. This session will provide an overview of key ethical theories and applicable codes of conduct, laws, regulations and guidance that form a framework for analyzing and responding to ethical issues affecting patients, physicians, government regulators and customers. A case study involving regulatory and clinical ethical conflicts will be presented and analyzed.Speaker
Doyle Chip Whitacre retired as Senior Director, Global Regulatory Operations from Medtronic. He served over 25 years in the medical device industry, working in research, operations, quality, clinical and regulatory affairs supporting a variety of products and services. His experience in strategic regulatory affairs included international markets, particularly in the Asian-Pacific region. Chip is part of the instructional faculty for St. Cloud State University?s MSRAS program at the SCSU Twin Cities Graduate Center in Maple Grove.
Chip Whitacre, Instructor for MSRAS Courses, St. Cloud State University
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St. Cloud State University
Twin Cities Graduate Center
6401 Sycamore Court N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369