There are many benefits of working in a multidisciplinary team, but it also brings ethical challenges as a result of conflicting values and roles. This workshop will examine ethical issues as they apply to members of multidisciplinary teams. Ethical decision making refers to the process of evaluating and choosing among alternatives in a manner consistent with ethical principles. Ethical principles are the fundamental ground rules of decision making, not just factors to consider. Any decision made in a case has ethical implications for the team, and reflects the decision maker’s sensitivity and commitment to the team concept. These decisions can be evaluated in terms of adherence to six pillars of character — trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship as well as the core ethical principles including - self determination , do good, do no harm, do the right thing and follow through. Each member of a team that is affected by a decision will deal with the consequences of that decision. This concept reinforces our professional obligation to make all reasonable efforts to anticipate possible consequences and take reasonable steps to avoid unjustified harm to others.