Ethics Committee

What is the BSA Ethics Committee?

The BSA Ethics Committee is a group of 16-20 people from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds who are appointed by the Executive Team for three-year terms. The members of the committee review, on request, ethical or moral questions that may come up during a patient’s care.

 

How can the committee help you?

All patients, family members or BSA staff are able to request a consultation or review by the committee. If an issue arises, a committee member will provide education, consultation and conflict management to make sure all issues are ethical issues are resolved.                  

If you are in need of a consultation with a member of the BSA Ethics Committee please dial “0” to speak with an operator or 212-2000 if you are outside of the hospital.