Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course identifies ethical issues in health care. It is designed to encourage students to clarify their personal ethic with regard to health care issues. The various responsibilities involving the management of populations whose ethics may be divergent are identified.
Highlights in any ethics class will demand that students examine their own ethical beliefs and the customs of their society with both openness and critical scrutiny. It is the only way moral progress is possible.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Set aside 2-3 hours a day in a quiet space depending on your study habits, and always ask questions if you don't understand.