The MA in Medical Ethics and Law gives students the opportunity for in-depth engagement with core issues and debates in contemporary medical ethics and law. These debates arise from the experience of those working in healthcare and from continuing developments in this field. These include questions that arise when providing medical treatment to people at different stages of their life, including children and those at the end of life; the ethical and legal dimensions of introducing innovatory treatments and techniques; and ethical and legal issues that arise in the context of policies to promote and protect public health.
'Normally a 2.1 Honours degree or above or equivalent recognised qualification in Medicine, Nursing, Philosophy, Law or a related subject area. Applicants without a relevant degree but who have considerable professional experience in healthcare are also welcome to apply.'
Recipient: Queen’s University Belfast
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