Healthcare providers often need to make difficult ethical decisions, but sometimes do not have the tools needed to make those decisions. This short course aims to equip participants with the skills they need to deal with the complexities of the healthcare environment – specifically those related to critical thinking and ethical reasoning. By the end of the course, participants will be able to identify and critically analyse complex ethical dilemmas commonly encountered in healthcare, articulate and defend decisions to patients, colleagues, and other stakeholders and to navigate diverse viewpoints and foster open dialogues in healthcare settings. The course is offered by UCT’s Ethics Lab and will consist of 5 x 90-minute sessions held online. Entry requirements: Medical or allied healthcare professional degree, with biomedical ethics as an advantage. A Certificate of Completion and CPD points will be issued to participants who successfully complete the course.