Law, Ethics, Philosophy and Sociology in an international context
During this course we discuss different cases from a legal, ethical, philosophical and sociological perspective.
The aim of this course is to learn to view daily healthcare practice from a broader perspective. Ethical, philosophical, legal and social issues that influence daily practice will be discussed. The role that European thinkers and regulations have played – and still do – will be evident from the lessons.
The course is suitable for healthcare professionals with a bachelor’s degree or higher, who work or have an affinity with the (para)medical field. Potential students include graduated medical imaging and radiation experts, radio diagnostic technicians, radiation therapy technologists (RTTs), nurses and other interested health care professionals.
Organizers and teachers
The course director is Hélène Jacobs. The teaching faculty consists of experts in law, philosophy and sociology.
For more information about the course please contact the course director Hélène Jacobs;
For all practical information, please contact the secretariat;
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/ phone: +31-884 663 030
|Course fee|| € 3205,- (this includes the three-day intensive course at our campus,
but not the travel and accommodation costs)
DEC-2021 – JUL-2022, kick-off (8 Dec) and five meetings
The first day of the three-day intensive course will be on
Research article in which you describe the comparison of a
The comparison is made from a legal, ethical, philosophical,
|Venue||Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Haarlem, The Netherlands|
|Needed for online sessions||
Laptop with headset and webcam, broadband internet connection,