HP 356 - Ethics and Healthcare in a Pluralistic Society
The course will provide students with an ethical framework for decision-making in the context of a pluralistic society. Models and principles of ethical justification among a diversity of cultures and belief systems will be analyzed. Specific applications are made to concerns in clinical and healthcare management. Topics include the right to healthcare, community health ethics, end-of-life issues, and organizational ethics. Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing or consent of instructor.
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