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Public Health Reviews

, 36:7

Public health ethics training in the European region

Abstract

Curriculum development in masters of public health programs that effectively meets the complex ethical challenges of the 21st century is an important part of public health education and requires ethical reasoning and purposively thinking. Current master programs in Public Health do not regularly include modules in public health ethics. The aim of this paper is to present background and theoretical foundation for developing a methodology and methods to develop public health ethics modules for curriculum development in public health programs. We describe ethical reasoning in medicine and in Public Health, specify pedagogical approaches and key assignments organized around the critical pedagogy.

KeywordsEthics Modules Critical pedagogy  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Jutta Lindert - Christopher Potter

Source: https://link.springer.com/







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