Medical Ethics: Real-World Applications (SERIES)
While the field of medical ethics often deals in abstractions—including historical currents, sociological findings, theological perspectives, and complex philosophical arguments—it comes alive when applied in real-world settings, whether they’re clinical, spiritual, political, or personal.
This three-part series balances all of those ethical arenas as it examines genetic engineering, in vitro fertilization, and euthanasia in the 21st century. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online.
3-part series, 19-25 minutes each.