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Explore bioethics and the complex ethical questions associated with disability Our society is making strides in the support of people with disabilities. Medical advances continue to increase their long-term survival. State and federal laws support their rights to participate in society to their fullest potential. Because of this, we’re facing new and increasingly complex ethical questions about disability. The disability experience is complex, and brings up issues that need deep consideration and expanded perspectives. Content: What is Disability Ethics? Disability ethics is an interdisciplinary approach to examining, analyzing, and reaching decisions about ethical dilemmas about life with disability. It addresses many of the same issues that bioethics addresses, and expands the focus beyond medical issues. It includes legal, policy and social justice issues that affect daily living for people with disabilities. Our program prepares you: · Understand disability as a multi-dimensional entity, including a critical analysis of disability at personal, social, cultural, and policy levels · Identify and critique the basic theories and approaches of bioethics · Recognize the different perspectives and roles of various stakeholders in contemporary ethical debates involving people with disabilities · Understand and articulate how the experience and values of living with disability can inform major bioethical controversies · Apply various ethical principles to everyday situations facing people with disabilities · Develop independent scholarship that critically addresses current issues in disability ethics Workload: 14 hours If you are an organization/institution don't hesitate to contact us directly.

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