What is bioethics?
Bioethics is concerned with finding practical answers to difficult value-based questions faced by patients and families, health professionals, health researchers, health administrators and health policymakers. The aim of the field of bioethics is to improve health. Interdisciplinary in nature, bioethics draws from many areas across the humanities, and health and social sciences. The University of Toronto’s MHSc in Bioethics program reflects this interdisciplinarity, making it an exemplary model of interprofessional education.
Studying bioethics in a professional graduate program at the University of Toronto:
We’re hosting this online information session with Jennifer Gibson, JCB Director, to give you a brief overview of the Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Bioethics professional graduate program, and we’ll follow this with a Q&A. Please bring your questions!
We will be accepting applications to the MHSc in Bioethics for September 2022.
A Zoom link will be sent out to registered participants 2 hours ahead of this event, so please be sure to register.
Get in touch!
If you have any specific questions about the MHSc in Bioethics program, including how to apply, please email Terry Yuen, program administrator, (firstname.lastname@example.org) at any time.
More information about the program can be found on our website: jcb.utoronto.ca.