Graduate Academic Programs in Healthcare Ethics
All Healthcare Ethics (HCE) programs include academic courses and clinical ethics rotations or internships. Students may study full-time or part-time. Part-time students must take a minimum of 2 courses each fall and spring semester. Typically, HCE degree courses are taught in the afternoon and evening.
The courses are designed with a focus on research competencies. This will better facilitate the writing of dissertations.
In April, Dr. ten Have delivered the School of Medicine Distinguished Lecture at Creighton University. The event was sponsored by Creighton University's Center for Health Policy and Ethics, the Department of Medicine, and the Health Sciences Continuing Education. Dr. ten Have's presentation was titled "Vulnerability: Challenges to bioethics in a global context." FOCUS-Spring 2014 published by Creighton University's Center for Health Policy and Ethics includes description of Dr. ten Have's visit and the event. Available here.