Ethics in Undergraduate Medical Education
Meet the ethical challenges facing health care providers today
Dalhousie Medical School's undergraduate medical education (UGME) program is an integrated, case-based learning curriculum. Ethics is tightly integrated into the Professional Competencies unit in the pre-clinical years and in the PIER (Position – Integration – Evaluation – Research/Review) program during clerkship.
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Department members are always happy to hear from students about their self-organized interest groups, and have contributed ethics perspectives to student groups in areas such as global health, Aboriginal health, physician industry relations and assisted dying.
Contact the specific faculty member from whom you would like assistance, or Dr. Lynette Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For informal enquiries, please contact the Department of Bioethics Secretary.