Director: Dr. Benjamín Herreros Ruíz Valdepeñas and Mr. Diego Real de Asúa.
Price Online mode: € 1600
Start date Online course: May 2018
Information and contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The course develops through the problem-oriented teaching method an update of the most relevant and practical questions that are questioned in current public and private health management, while also analyzing the new criteria of public-private relationship, which may be necessary in the framework of the new globalized healthcare.
Acquire the training to conduct consulting and consultation in clinical ethics.
Enable students to work as consultants in bioethics and to be members of ethics committees for health care.
Improve the quality of care in the units and services where the professionals who carry out the courses work.
Knowing how to analyze the main ethical conflicts of clinical practice.
Provide students with the tools to solve ethical assistance problems, through individual and group decisionism.
The course will last 120 hours. (12 ECTS credits)
Medical professionals who develop clinical activity in the health field. These professionals can range from less experienced doctors (residents of recent years and young deputy doctors), to more expert professionals.
Degree professionals with an interest in the ethical aspects of the clinic: nursing, psychology, dentistry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, social work, law, philosophy. They can be newly qualified professionals and also expert professionals.
Students who complete the Diploma will be validated Module 2 of the "Master in Clinical Ethics", to be developed in the course 2018/2019 by the Instituto de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Salud Gregorio Marañón .
Full Tuition Payment: 1600 euros.
Payment for reservation of 200 euros (this amount will not be refunded if, later, the student decided not to take the course).
Possibility of paying in two installments
Possibility of Scholarships up to 40%
Module 1: Introduction to clinical ethics.
Module 2: Methodology of work and decision making in clinical ethics.
Module 3: Ethical consulting and consulting models.
Module 4: Ethics Committees for Health Care.
Module 5: The bioethics consultant.
Module 6: Ethical mediation and other advisory models.
Benjamin Herreros. Specialist in Internal Medicine, Clinical Ethics Institute Francisco Vallés-UE.
Diego Real de Asúa. Master in Bioethics, Specialist in Internal Medicine.
Fernando Bandrés. Professor Dept. of Legal Medicine UCM.
Miguel Sánchez Professor of Bioethics UCM.
Octavio Márquez Professor of Bioethics UAEM (Mexico).
Álvaro Hevia. Professor of Bioethics. University of Valparaíso (Chile).
María Teresa Campos. Professor of Bioethics. Federal University of Santa María (Brazil).
Águeda Muñoz. Professor of Bioethics. Catholic University of Santa María (Peru).
Juan Carlos Álvarez Professor of Bioethics CEU.
Carlos Mur de Viu. Hospital Manager of Fuenlabrada, Specialist in Psychiatry.
Emanuele Valenti. Doctor in Philosophy, Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés-UE.
Gregorio Palacios. Master in Bioethics, Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés-UE.
Enrique Olivares. Master in Bioethics, Legal Medicine Specialist.
Pilar Pilar. Specialist in Legal Medicine, Professor of Legal Medicine Department UCM.
Eloy Pacho Master in Bioethics, Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés-UE.
Tayra Velasco PhD in Nursing, Professor Nursing Dept. UCM.
María Jesús Pascual Medical Specialist in Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Madrid Salud.
Beatriz Moreno. PhD in Psychology, Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés-UE.
Daniel López Doctor of Medicine, Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés-UE.
José Miguel Hernández. Doctor in Philosophy, Master in Bioethics.
Cristina Guijarro. Specialist in Neurology, Institute of Clinical Ethics Francisco Vallés-UE.
Eduardo Pacios. Specialist in Radiation Oncology, Clinical Ethics Institute Francisco Vallés-UE.