College of Medicine

INDT 8266 Patients, Physicians, and Society II: Clinical Ethics - Fall 2014       30-35 hrs.

Prerequisites: 2nd Year Medical Student Class The foundations of this course are that ethics contributes to high quality patient care and professional behavior; that knowledge of ethics enables medical trainees to become better physicians; and that ethics can be taught, learned, and evaluated along with the general corpus of medical knowledge. The importance of ethical standards and behaviors will be demonstrated by group learning centered on the case method, utilizing faculty facilitators to guide group discussions and provide expertise and feedback. (Fall II)

Dates Sec. Class Days Times Instructor Location
08/11/2014 - 11/17/2014 001 - Lecture
11781 N/A 12:00 A.M
12:00 A.M
Blair,Robert W.