This course covers basic principles of medical ethics (autonomy, beneficence and justice) as they apply to delivery of healthcare and to human subjects research; the risks and benefits of electronic medical records (EMRs); and application of principles of medical ethics to the challenges presented by moving from paper to EMRs. Ethical reasoning skills are developed using real life case studies through analysis of real cases and students’ own views about EMR are clarified.
Note: Transcripts are not available for this course. Students will receive a letter of completion once they have successfully completed the course.
Other Credit: 3 hours of BRN credit for nurses. BRN Board does not award partial credits.
Course Number: BUSA-80010 Credit: 0 units in Business Administration