LECOM Introduces Master of Science in Biomedical Ethics

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BY SRQ DAILY FRESHLY SQUEEZED CONTENT EVERY MORNING THURSDAY DEC 21, 2017

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) has developed a Master of Science in Biomedical Ethics (MSBE) distance-education program to help healthcare workers develop cultural competency in a diverse healthcare environment and demonstrate how ethics education leads to a higher level of professionalism and patient-centered care. The program is competency-based learning delivered in an interactive, online environment via EthAssist, a web-based distance education platform developed by The Institute of Consultative Bioethics (ICBioethics). The MSBE program is specifically designed to provide flexibility for working professionals and current students looking to earn their degree in 18 months or 24 months. LECOM is accepting students for online classes beginning in January of 2018. Candidates for the MSBE program include physicians, executives, administrators, researchers, mid-level practitioners, nurses, chaplains, clergy, educators, social workers, healthcare advocates and others in the health delivery industry.

LECOM Master of Science in Biomedical Ethics

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