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Values Exchange

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Values Exchange’ a unique web-based tool for social debate and ethics education

Professor David Seedhouse, Professor of Health and Social Ethics at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand and CEO of VIDe Ltd – creators of the Values Exchange

Values Exchange is a unique web-based tool for social debate. The Values Exchange enables students to reflect in-depth about any and all social issues, via colourful interactive screens. The process is a powerful educational (and often emotional) experience in which respondents learn much about their own values. As soon as each respondent submits he or she has immediate access to everyone else's structured views, which can be explored in depth by means of the Reports Wizard. There is a free site for schools: www.allschools.au.values-exchange.com which will soon mirror themain free-to-public site: www.values-exchange.com. Please feel free to explore the latter at your leisure – there are explanatory videos and walkthroughs. 

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Biography

David Seedhouse is Professor of Health and Social Ethics at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand and Professsor of Values transparency at Staffordshire University, UK.  He is CEO of VIDe Ltd – creators of the Values Exchange – and a popular keynote conference speaker internationally.

 

David is an original thinker and prolific author, highly regarded by health practitioners, teachers and students alike. Though David has a background in philosophy, his work is always focussed on solving practical problems.

 

He has written or edited 14 books and produced over 200 book chapters, journal papers and other articles.  His library includes the highly successful editions of Health: The Foundations for Achievement (2 editions), Ethics: The Heart of Healthcare (3 editions) and Health Promotion: Philosophy, Prejudice and Practice (2 editions). 

 

He is best known for his writing on health and ethics, yet his work straddles many areas of social, philosophical and political concern.  His primary interest now lies in the development of software to enable transparent decision-making in health care, local democracy, schools and other social settings.  The considerable practical impact of David’s work can be seen - and engaged with - at http://www.values-exchange.com

 

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