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Learning Outcomes

Healthcare Ethics DrHCE

Goals

Create practical and professional leaders in healthcare ethics

Description:

- provide students with the research competencies required to work as professional scholars in bioethics

- train students in examining and analyzing the salient topics of contemporary healthcare ethics, especially regarding their normative, global and religious dimensions

- provide students with clinical experience through rotations in various clinical settings

- assist student in writing a practical project that qualifies for the professional doctorate

Outcomes/objectives

1. Fundamental knowledge

Description:

- understand HCE theory and methods

- analyze HCE theory and methods

- apply HCE theory and methods to major topics and issues in contemporary healthcare ethics

2. Multidisciplinary Study

Description:

- analyze critically the relationship of HCE with multidisciplinary fields in healthcare (empirical research, law, medicine, philosophy, religion, science and technology)

- analyze critically the relationship of HCE with healthcare as a global enterprise (using research from anthropology, sociology, political sciences and international human rights law)

3. Scholarship

Description:

- perform independent scholarly research

- write scholarly essay

- present academic papers that meet the standards of scholarly research in HCE

4. Professionalism

Description:

- integrate academic learning with experiential learning in clinical or organizational rotations as a function of service-learning and development as a HCE professional

5. Ethical leadership

Description:

- function as HCE expert in diverse setting such as ethics committees, institutional review boards and ethics consultations

- provide ethical leadership in diverse settings, with the knowledge, skills, competencies and character traits to provide ethics services

6. Co-curricular practices

Description:

- foster co-curricular practices for life-long learning to personally value and engage the clinical, organization, and professional components of HCE in a global context

Healthcare Ethics PhD

Goals

Create competent and innovative scholars for tomorrow's healthcare ethics

Description:

- provide students with the research competencies required to work as professional scholars in bioethics

- train students in examining and analyzing the salient topics of contemporary healthcare ethics, especially regarding their normative, global and religious dimensions

- provide students with clinical experience through rotations in various clinical settings

- assist student in writing the research dissertation qualifying for the PhD award

Outcomes/objectives

1. Fundamental knowledge

Description:

- understand HCE theory and methods

- analyze HCE theory and methods

- apply HCE theory and methods to major topics and issues in contemporary healthcare ethics

2. Multidisciplinary Study

Description:

- analyze critically the relationship of HCE with multidisciplinary fields in healthcare (empirical research, law, medicine, philosophy, religion, science and technology)

- analyze critically the relationship of HCE with healthcare as a global enterprise (using research from anthropology, sociology, political sciences and international human rights law)

3. Scholarship

Description:

- perform independent scholarly research

- write scholarly essay

- present academic papers that meet the standards of scholarly research in HCE

4. Professionalism

Description:

- integrate academic learning with experiential learning in clinical or organizational rotations as a function of service-learning and development as a HCE professional

5. Ethical leadership

Description:

- function as HCE expert in diverse setting such as ethics committees, institutional review boards and ethics consultations

- provide ethical leadership in diverse settings, with the knowledge, skills, competencies and character traits to provide ethics services

6. Co-curricular practices

Description:

- foster co-curricular practices for life-long learning to personally value and engage the clinical, organization, and professional components of HCE in a global context

Healthcare Ethics MA

Goals

Train individuals to deal with contemporary issues of healthcare ethics

Description:

- provide students with the knowledge and methods required to analyze, discuss and resolve contemporary issues in healthcare ethics

- train students in examining and analyzing the salient topics of contemporary healthcare ethics, especially regarding their normative, global and religious dimensions

- provide students with clinical experience through rotations in various clinical settings

Outcomes/objectives

1. Fundamental knowledge

Description:

- understand HCE theory and methods

- analyze HCE theory and methods

- apply HCE theory and methods to major topics and issues in contemporary healthcare ethics

2. Multidisciplinary Study

Description:

- analyze critically the relationship of HCE with multidisciplinary fields in healthcare (empirical research, law, medicine, philosophy, religion, science and technology)

- analyze critically the relationship of HCE with healthcare as a global enterprise (using research from anthropology, sociology, political sciences and international human rights law)

3. Scholarship

Description:

- examine and analyze scholarly research

- write scholarly essays and papers as a result of research

4. Professionalism

Description:

- integrate academic learning with experiential learning in clinical or organizational rotations as a function of service-learning and development as a HCE professional

5. Ethical leadership

Description:

- function as HCE expert in diverse setting such as ethics committees, institutional review boards and ethics consultations

- provide ethical leadership in diverse settings, with the knowledge, skills, competencies and character traits to provide ethics services

6. Co-curricular practices

Description:

- foster co-curricular practices for life-long learning to personally value and engage the clinical, organization, and professional components of HCE in a global context