Online Courses

BIO2: Introduction to Ethical Thought

Price: $20.00 CE: 1.00
This course is accessible until 8/1/2020

This course is an introduction for clergy/chaplains to the history and major resources of bioethical decision-making, including some standing bioethical debates as they relate to health care. This course will also address some of the historical and modern-day codes and theories of medical ethics. This course will challenge your thinking regarding what is a “good” or “bad” ethical approach.

Upon successful completion of this module, the participant will be:
  1. introduced to a portion of the history relating to medical ethics.
  2. introduced to some of the codes and virtues that have been pondered over the centuries.
  3. more aware of the impact of ethical decisions on care providers in the healthcare setting.
  4. begin to understand more regarding the dilemma faced in health care to offer the best care to patients and families while adhering to bioethical expectations.

Qualified Planners/Faculty

Andy Lampkin, Ph.D.

Andy Lampkin, Ph.D., is Professor of Religion at AdventHealth University where he teaches bioethics and Christian social ethics. He is a Seventh-day Adventist Minister with more than two decades of professional ministerial experience. He holds an undergraduate degree from Oakwood University, a Divinity degree, and a Doctor Philosophy in Religion, Ethics and Society from Vanderbilt University.

496 West Central Parkway
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714
Phone: 407.303.3470
https://www.pastoraleducation.org
Contact Hours: 1, Category: Orientation, Expires: 8/1/2020
  • I understand that in order to receive credit for completing the online course(s) I must watch the entire course, complete the quizzes, pass the post test, and fill out the evaluation for each course.
  • I agree to adhere to the online course/program integrity guidelines, and that once I have successfully completed the course, I will be able to print my Certificate of Completion and submit to AHU Institute for Ministry Education and Research if required to do so.
  • I agree that upon receipt of my Certificate of Completion that said certificate will not be manipulated, altered, or changed from the original information in any way. Note: Online education activity integrity is a concept used to address the authenticity of the participant’s work.

Conflicts of Interest

There have been no conflicts of interest disclosed by planners, authors, or presenters; nor has there been disclosure of any relevant financial relationships with any commercial companies or their products pertaining to this activity.

Commercial Company Support

This activity is not supported by any commercial companies nor are there any staff commercial affiliations.

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