- Ethics and Human Rights
- Understanding Medical Ethics and Bioethics
- The Ethical Reasoning Model
- The influence of culture, religion and gender on Ethical Reasoning
- Ethics in Humanitarian Action
- Case Studies in Humanitarian Action
- Inequity, equity and resource allocation in health
- Ethical Issues in international nursing and midwifery
- Ethical research in international
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
An introduction to ethics, bioethics and ethical practice; moral reasoning and ethical theories; the Ethical Reasoning Model and the four principles and the meaning of commitment to ethics for a practitioner in international health. Applying frameworks in response to ethical dilemmas; cultural diversity and ethical practice; emerging arguments about the relationship between health, ethics and human rights. Covering current debates about the ethical conduct of research in developing countries; the ethical dimension of health equity and resource allocation.
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- Assignment 1 (30%)
- Assignment 2 (30%)
- Assignment 3 (40%)