BEHL 425 - Empirical Bioethics

Description
Provides an overview of empirical research in the increasingly interdisciplinary field of bioethics. Will examine the relationship between empirical data and normative claims and potential pitfalls that may arise when using information about what (is) to determine what (ought) to be done.Outcomes: Students will gain familiarity with the range of quantitative and qualitative research methods used in bioethics as well as academic disciplines, understanding of empirical studies on ethical problems in medicine, public health policy, and clinical research. Discussions will be relevant to a range of professional settings.
Credits
3
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Spring 2019
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1