Medical Ethics

About this Course

This course explores, through lecture and Socratic  dialogue, the philosophical and moral dimensions of current and future health care issues. It seeks to clarify the basic assumptions and practical implications involved in the study of medical ethics. Topics will include the practitioner-patient relationship, abortion, confidentiality, treatment and informed consent, experimentation and use of human subjects, withdrawal of lifesaving treatment as well as the allocation of scarce resources.

This course is also available as a Credit Division class. Prices may vary.


This course is also available as a Credit Division class. Prices may vary.





Course Details

Continuing Ed / Non-Credit
Tuition: $625
Textbook Additional Fee
Subject: PRFD D6010

Sections Offered

Section: 02B CRN: 6222
Location: W103
Type: Traditional
Instructor: Denise Griffin
dgriffin@norwalk.edu
No. of Sessions: 30
08/29/2022 - 12/18/2022
5:30 pm - 6:50 pm
Mon, Wed
No Class on: 9/5, 11/23