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The University of Southampton
Complex Healthcare Processes

The Ethics of Care

Published: 27 April 2017
Dr Tula Brannelly
Dr Tula Brannelly

Tula Brannelly was invited to present an open lecture on the interdisciplinary ethics course ‘UOSM2009 Ethics in a complex world’ on The Ethics of Care.

In the lecture, Tula encouraged attendees to consider the social issues that they consider problematic, and to consider their personal motivations for change. The ethics of care was discussed as a way of thinking about the world, a two-pronged approach that seeks to surface and address inequality and marginalisation through relational care, responsiveness to people in need, a focus on interdependence rather than (in)dependence, and the personal and political. Tula used examples from her research which has applied the ethics of care to demonstrate its value.    

 

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