Legal and ethical contexts in my digital practice

Health Education teachers are fortunate to be immersed in “ethics”, the thinking behind behaviour and the situations where behaviour and ethics diverge. The real-world examples from around the world can now be investigated digitally, allowing up-to-date information from a wide variety of current sources to be accessed. The digital technological tidal wave has created the... Continue Reading →

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You can’t do that!

(Activity 5) Critique and address issues of ethics, law, regulations and policy in practice I was helping a student with a Science Fair project where he was investigating "applied kinesiology" - the study of measuring muscle response to a stimulus as a way to determine health problems. It is used to determine a patient's allergies, but... Continue Reading →

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