Graduate Courses

INT D 570: Healthcare Ethics

Date: TBA
Professor: TBD
Available in class or by eClass

An interdisciplinary course exploring selected topics in bioethics. Includes examination of ethical theories and principles within the context of clinical practice (nursing, medicine, rehabilitation medicine, dentistry, pharmacy) and learning experiences to improve moral reasoning and ethical decision making. [0-3-0]

Prerequisite: Consent of Instructors. [Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre]

The most current information on this course is available on Bear Tracks at https://www.beartracks.ualberta.ca

 

INT D 670: Research Ethics

Date: TBA
Professor: TBD
Available in class or by eClass

Examines the ethical issues which arise in research involving human subjects. Research methods studied may include clinical trials, surveys, secondary analysis of stored data, and the observation of public behavior. Problems encountered in studying particular populations, such as children or persons with dementia, will also be studied. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.. [0-3-0]

Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. [Faculty of Nursing, John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre]

The most current information on this course is available on Bear Tracks at https://www.beartracks.ualberta.ca