Easy Ethics CPD places a focus on the ethics of advanced technology in medicine, from AI applications to novel devices.

New technologies in medicine present unique philosophical challenges in healthcare.  

The offering of easy ethics CPD is for the future-minded health professional who is curious about the adaptations that patients, professionals and the industry as a whole, are making as the practice of medicine itself is transforming.

Ethics CPD / CEU: Online Courses Available

Ethics CPD Wearable Medical Technology

Ethics of Wearables

This video seminar is presented in four convenient lessons. A comparison is provided between App User Agreements & Informed Consent.

2 Ethics CPD / CEU

Thank you Candice. This has really added value to my CPD from and ethical point of view.”

Chatbots in Medicine Ethics CPD Points

Ethics of ChatBots

This video seminar is presented in four convenient lessons. The four bioethics principles are applied to ChatBots in medicine.

2 Ethics CPD / CEU

Thank you for a most interesting presentation”

Medical Ethics CPD Courses Online Reading

Principles of Bioethics

This online reading activity is an easy-to-read presentation. An HPCSA-compliant multiple choice quiz is provided.

2 Ethics CPD / CEU

Thank you So So Much! Keep up your good work!”

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Save R239 (32%) when purchasing a 6 Ethics CPD Points Package.

HPCSA Members who should attend:

Customer Quotes:

“How refreshing it is to access your site and actually learning something, compared to the usual ‘read a pdf article and answer an MCQ’ to obtain CPD points.”  – August 2020

“Very interesting and thought-provoking…I’m definitely recommending this to my colleagues” – July 2020

Thank you for making us aware of futuristic trends” – May 2020

About the Facilitator

Founder & Director of Medical Ethics CPD

Candice De Carvalho, Facilitator of Ethics CPD Courses

Candice de Carvalho

MSc (Med) Human Genetics (University of Witwatersrand, 2008)

MSc (Med) Bioethics & Health Law (University of Witwatersrand, 2011)