Syracuse, NY 13210
Education – College of Health Professions
CBHX 320/520 Health Care Ethics
The course applies ethical theories and principles to contemporary health care dilemmas. Students learn how ethical principles - such as autonomy, confidentiality, truth-telling, justice, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and informed consent - can be used to resolve particular ethical issues and specific cases, such as end of life, the allocation of health care, privacy, reproductive rights, testing and screening, biomedical research, and professional conduct. The course emphasizes critical thinking, case-based analysis, ethical decision-making and problem-solving.
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Submissions accepted annually September 1 through May 1.
New Medical Student Elective: Physicians & Social Responsibility I
Register for this elective, exploring fundamentals of physicians' responsibilities to improve the health care system. Meets Wednesdays starting November 20. Provides a path towards getting credit for service learning. Details can be found here.
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