biomedical ethics -- religious aspects
Syllabi - Topic: biomedical ethics -- religious aspects - 5 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A course by Mary Jo Iozzo at Barry University examines "the variety of ethical systems in use today in healthcare settings, the theological and philosophical nature of a variety of issues confronting healthcare practices, and the specific concerns of the contemporary issues of abortion, euthanasia, disability, reproductive technologies, HIV/AIDS, poverty and access to healthcare among others."
A 2013 course by Ernest Wallwork at Syracuse University "intended to develop your understanding of and appreciation for the complexities of ethical problems related to the health professions and the contribution of philosophical reflection to moral decision-making in this important area."
A course by Mary Jo Iozzo at Barry University examines "developments in bioethics since World War II."
A 2005 course by Donna Yarri and Spencer Stober at Alvernia College "address[es] both the science . . . as well as some of the ethical and theological concerns" of modern genetic science.
A 2012 course by Marvin Ellison at Bangor Theological Seminary "explores selected ethical, theological, legal, and ministerial issues within the U.S. healthcare system . . . the focus is on the care of persons, the demands of justice, and the role of religious leaders as advocates for responsible health care."