University of Leeds
Explore the application of ethics in the biomedical and healthcare sectors, and develop the knowledge and skills needed to address the complex ethical issues facing professionals in this field.
This course allows to you investigate current issues, debates and theories surrounding ethical principles in medicine and healthcare.
You’ll gain a critical understanding of issues such as trust, confidentiality, autonomy and consent, and demonstrate the contemporary relevance of your findings by applying them to real-life case studies.
Throughout, you’ll benefit from teaching informed by consultation with healthcare professionals and shaped by the latest social, technological, and political developments. You’ll learn from experts who are experienced and actively engaged in research in this field.
As our student, you’ll join a diverse community of people from many different countries and backgrounds. Whether you’re looking to progress in your career, change to a new one, or explore a new subject area, you’ll be fully supported in achieving your goals.
You can study this course on campus or through distance learning, and at MRes, Masters or PGDip level. All of these options are available both full time and part time.
Medical students from other universities may apply for entry to postgraduate (MSc/MA/MPH/MRes) intercalated programmes of study offered at Leeds, following Year 3 of their Medicine course; please review individual course entry requirements by returning to the intercalation homepage and clicking on the postgraduate course you are interested in.
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