3.4 Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity
This section of our curriculum guide refers to statement 3.4, Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity, produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
Promoting equality and valuing diversity are at the heart of the RCGP curriculum.
The provision of healthcare is guided by a framework of legal and ethical principles that are reflected in professional codes of practice. Ethical decision-making and behaviour in clinical practice requires the application and interpretation of these principles within a specific context, taking into account the perspectives and values of all involved.
GPs need to be able to justify their decisions with reference to both the clinical evidence and the moral and other values that inform those decisions. The knowledge and skills acquired are applicable across the whole curriculum and should be incorporated into all aspects of clinical, managerial and research practice.
Here we have collated key articles from our journals to help you meet the curriculum requirements in this area.
The CSA exam reflects diversity in general practice. By Dr MeiLing Denney
In the second of this 10-part series, Dr MeiLing Denney discusses consulting with...
Dr Iain Reeves and Dr Richard Ma discuss the role of HIV testing in black Africans...
Tackling infectious diseases in non-UK born patients.
Medico-legal adviser Dr Bryony Hooper answers your queries.
Medico-legal adviser Dr Bryony Hooper and employment specialist Gillian Dowling answer...
Dr Anne Szarewski assesses the role of HPV vaccines in preventing cervical cancer...
Dr John Spicer and Dr Imran Rafi discuss the ethics of genetic counselling.
MDU medico-legal advisor Dr Andrea Wallington explains how the Act affects GPs