This course examines the integral relationship between medical law and ethics, and considers the roles and relationships within the clinical setting and in a wider context. It will equip you with an understanding of foundational concepts that are central to your programme.
By the end of this you should:
- demonstrate a critical understanding of the theories, concepts and principles in medical law and ethics;
- apply knowledge, skills and understanding of the foundational theories, concepts and principles to critically analyse the roles and relationships within clinical and wider settings;
- develop, well-reasoned and justified arguments in response to the issues arising from the interaction between law, ethics and medicine;
- utilise concise, effective, cross-disciplinary communication skills to interact with colleagues from different professional backgrounds;
- manage complex ethical and professional issues and make informed judgements on issues not addressed clearly by current professional and/or ethical codes or practices.
One essay of up to 4,000 words (60%) and a written legal scenario analysis of up to 1,000 words (40%)
Terms and conditions
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