HARVARD CLINICAL BIOETHICS COURSE
Harvard Medical School
June 18-20, 2014
This 3 day course is designed for members of ethics committees and others interested in ethical aspects of clinical practice, including ethics consultants, physicians, nurses, chaplains, social workers, health care administrators, respiratory and other therapists, human rights officers and patient representatives, psychologists, risk managers, moral philosophers, hospital attorneys and trustees.
The combination of lectures, case discussions and panels cover core information about ethical theories, principles, and methods, key bioethics cases from US courts, evolving standards for ethics consultation, and areas of clinical ethical controversy and consensus. Faculty for the course are drawn from the Division of Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School and from the Harvard-affiliated hospitals and institutions who are experts published in the specialty areas in which they teach, including bioethics, moral philosophy, medicine and health care.
*Those who have previously taken the Harvard Bioethics Course may wish to register for Friday only which is when the new course material is presented.
Others who are not able to attend the entire Course may also register for Friday only.
Please make check payable to:
and mail to:
HMS Division of Medical Ethics
c/o Helena Martins, 641 Huntington Avenue, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02115
Learn more about the Division of Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical