CoViD19 Family values, Doctors attitudes survey.

Are you a health care practitioner or a concerned potential patient as we approach a crisis of Intensive Care Bed supply? Would you like your voice to be heard about the Ethics of allocating scarce resources to mortally ill patients?

I am a UK Intensive Care Medicine Consultant (retired from clinical practice) and I have been actively involved in Research and Clinical Ethics since 1990. I have published several peer-reviewed works on medical law and ethics, and I have a Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Glasgow.

Sample scenarios.

I provide here a previously-validated Survey tool for you, your colleagues, your family and your friends to read and to respond to. Its purpose is to focus your ethical thought processes and enable you to create an ethical debate with those around you.

You can Download the MS Word Document here: DOWNLOAD

I would also ask you to share your completed Survey with me (in confidence of course) by Returning completed documents to;

If you do return the document, you may request a Free Analysis of your personal ethical inclination.

If you would like me to do some ethical work with you and your health-care team, please just ask. I have not indicated the original work on this Tool because to do so might bias your responses, but I will happily supply Reference on Request.

If I receive enough responses to aggregate the data, I will share it on this website.

If there is enough Interest in this Tool, I will be happy to make a formal Research proposal, but you will appreciate that just now time is of the essence.

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after more than a quarter of a century of intensive care medicine consultancy in one of the UK's largest teaching hospitals Dr Woodcock is on a mission to ensure the steady state Starling principle is known and understood by every student and every practitioner.

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