PHIL 316 - (P,W) American Perspectives on Health-Care Ethics
(Prerequisites: PHIL 120 and PHIL 210 )
This course will consider basic ethical issues in the practice and distribution of health care in the United States. Topics covered will include the physician-patient relationship, clinical issues such as transplants or end-of-life concerns, the nature of professionalism, just distribution, ethics in health-care institutions, and biomedical research. Recommended for those interested in the health-care professions.