Are you interested in ethical issues in the clinical world? The master’s in bioethics and medical humanities at Case Western Reserve University allows students to spend 160 hours rotating in teaching hospitals. During this one-year program, students experience clinical ethics through interactive observations at local medical centers.
Members of the community are invited to a webinar on the opportunities available to learn about clinical ethics through the Master of Arts in Bioethics and Medical Humanities program. This webinar will be held today (May 6) from 2 to 3 p.m.
Mark P. Aulisio, department chair and professor of bioethics, will share insights into the world of clinical ethics, the program and outcomes, opportunities for research, and the application process.
Other topics covered will include:
- Concentrations in medicine, society, and culture or research ethics;
- Collaborations with nationally and internationally known faculty on research grants, practicum projects and capstone papers
- Competitive research, teaching and program assistantships that offset a portion of tuition.