Fall 2022 Courses

Dying in Contemporary Medical Culture

Dying in Contemporary Medical Culture
BTHX 5120/8120

Explore death and dying in U.S. culture through an ethical lens. This course examines current medical practices related to dying such as palliative care for adults and children.


Research Scandals

Research Scandals
BTHX 5000-001

This course will take students on a tour of the deadliest and most controversial research scandals in recent medical history. Some of these episodes are well-known, such as the exploitation ...


Biomedical Ethics

Biomedical Ethics
BTHX 5325

This course, delivered entirely online, examines issues in bioethics spanning clinical ethics, public health ethics, and research ethics.

A wooden figure with a void in the shape of a child that has fallen out

After Roe: The risk to reproductive healthcare access

Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH, an associate professor in the School of Public Health and director of the Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity, is interviewed.
Woman of color protesting in the streets

‘No question’ that U.S. maternal mortality rate will rise post-Roe, experts say

Affiliate Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH connects the decision to health policies that perpetuate racism and white supremacy.

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