We now offer the Master’s module, ‘ Spirituality, Religion and Ethics in Contemporary Healthcare’.
This offers an academically rigorous and structured reflection on the subject of spirituality and its related themes, from the fields of philosophy, theology and ethics. It is designed to enable healthcare professionals and all those interested to expand their knowledge and understanding of the spiritual, religious and ethics issues which are not usually part of medical formation, and encourages the development of a critical overview of the growing body of literature in this complex field. It explores concepts such as the human person, the meaning of life, care, justice, and examines the bases (and the difficulties) of the language of ‘human dignity’, ‘sickness’, ‘health’, ‘stigma’ and ‘vulnerability’.
For more information about this module, click here.