Available courses for health workers in peace issues

Medicine and human rights

Course level / degree:
Graduate (more than three years of higher education or Master-Level)
Related fields of medical peace work:
Human rights and International humanitarian lawSocial justice and equal access to medicines and health services
Target groups:
Medical Students
Country:
Germany
Institution:
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Chair of the History of Medicine
Main Topics:
Violence prevention, human rights violation, torture, Nazi doctors, Nuremberg Code, dual loyalty
Aim:
Inform about the responsibilty of physicians to prevent violence and promote peace and human rights
Requirements:
4th year medical students
Open to external students or non members:
Elective or obligatory:
Fee:
Duration:
3 days
Contact hours:
9
Credits:
Teaching Methodologies:
seminars, presentation, assignment
Contact Details:
andreas.frewer@ethik.med.uni-erlangen.de, holger.furtmayr@ethik.med.uni-erlangen.de
Language:
German
Other comments:
The seminar is part of an obligatory course in medical ethics, in which students can choose between different seminars.
Attachment: