LVCOL: Ethical dilemmas and pitfalls in professional practice

Course Overview

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CPD Accreditation:

HPCSA: 1 Ethics CEU, Level 1
OASA (Ocularist Association of South Africa): Universal – 1 (one) point

Course Content:

This one-hour session discusses ethical challenges, dilemmas and pitfalls encountered in daily professional practice. Such challenges are broad and encompass matters relating to employment from the perspective of the employer and employee,  inheritance of a practice by a non-registered spouse/partner, advertising principles, the Non- Government Organisation ( NGO), amongst others, primarily within the context of the HPCSA Ethical Rules.   In addition, more recent developments which have resulted in some uncertainty will be addressed and include the Occupational Health  and Safety Act relating to Covid-19, practice obligations pertaining to both POPI and PAIA and  Section 59 of the Medical Schemes Act.    

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The Low vision centre are thrilled to welcome Harry Rosen to present on Ethical dilemma and pitfalls in professional practice.

Harry Rosen has enjoyed extensive experience and success during the past forty  years in various senior executive capacities primarily within the SA Health care sector. He has undergone various forms of formalised education, locally and internationally, encompassing business strategy, corporate governance, marketing and leadership.

Harry was a part time lecturer on Ethics and Juris Prudence at the University of Johannesburg for ten years  and  serves as Ombudsman  for the Ocularists Association of Southern Africa (OASA) and the South African Association of Audiologists ( SAAA).  Importantly, Harry is currently the Consultant CEO of the South African Optometric Association. He continues to lecture Optometry students on Ethics and Management .


In recognition of his efforts on behalf of the professions he has served, Harry has received certificates of Appreciation and Tribute as well as Honorary Life memberships. In 2008, Harry was nominated  for the “Ten most Influential Leaders in Managed Care Award”.

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ANN Nott
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Brilliant seminar

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