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Patrick Standen ()
Dates: May 20 - June 14, 2013;
HLTH 296 Ethics for Health Care Professionals is a course in applied ethics that seeks to introduce the current or future healthcare professional to the often controversial field of medical ethics. We will identify how we morally reason, examine a wide area of issues and develop our own positions on topics including, but not limited to, justice in healthcare, beginning of life issues, genetic technology, transplantation, aging, animal and human experimentation and end-of-life issues.
Students will be expected to be able to identify the major moral theories, the major issues in medical ethics and clearly articulate their positions on some of these issues. Daily reading, participation and contributions to course discussion board and essays will be expected.
Your overall academic excellence will be evaluated by a series of short essays, participation in online discussion and the quality of your contributions.
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