Biomedical Ethics

This course examines biomedical ethics from a Catholic theological perspective with attention to its main principles and concepts.
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This course, taught by James W. Stroud at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology, examines biomedical ethics from a Catholic theological perspective with attention to its main principles and concepts. It considers select beginning of life and end of life issues that focus on contemporary challenges for Catholic health care and its pastoral implications.

Seminary: Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology
Keywords: health sciences, biomedical ethics, end of life, healthcare, abortion

Sacred Heart MT521.Biomedical Ethics.2019.Spring

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