Center for the Study of Bioethics
The Medical College of Wisconsin’s Center for the Study of Bioethics is dedicated to locally, nationally, and internationally recognized innovation and excellence in:
Educating health care professionals, researchers, academicians, policy makers, business and community leaders, and students in bioethics;
Bioethics Research and Scholarship
Advancing knowledge in bioethics and related disciplines through research and publication;
Assisting ethics consultants and ethics committees to facilitate the resolution of ethical dilemmas that arise in individual patient cases; and assisting private and governmental health policy organizations in the analysis of bioethics issues;
Bioethics Community Service
Fostering greater understanding of bioethics issues locally, regionally, nationally and internationally through conferences, programs, and the development and dissemination of resource materials.
The Center for the Study of Bioethics is a nationally recognized innovator and leader in bioethics education. The Center’s educational activities include a Master of Arts in Bioethics program, a Certificate Program in Clinical Bioethics, medical student education in bioethics, continuing education programs for medical, nursing, legal, psychology and social work professionals, and community education programs.
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