This self-paced course in Medical Ethics consists of several modules that include the following topics: a) ethical theory; b) autonomy and informed consent; c) surrogate decision making; d) end-of-life treatment decision; e) privacy and confidentiality; and f) medical futility.  At the end of the course, you can print out a certificate of completion.  Please proceed at your own pace.

This self-paced course in Professionalism consists of seven modules covering topics that include a) What is Professionalism; b) Truth-telling in medicine; c) Medical error; d) boundaries in medicine; e) doctor-patient communication skills; and f) conflicts of interests.  Each module consists of reading materials, videos, and a lesson activity that consists of text and short answer questions.  After completion, you can print out a certificate of completion.  Please proceed at your own pace.

Welcome to the facilitated online course for members of research ethics committees.  This course will last for 6 weeks and will consist of several modules, one for each week.  This course will be facilitated by an  instructor who will lead the discussion forums.  Other activities include reading materials, videos, and a lesson activity consisting of text followed by short answer questions.  After the completion of the course you will receive a certificate of completion.

This course is being developed and will be available soon.  The goal of this course is to enable faculty how to make the transition to online teaching.

Welcome to the self-paced course for members of research ethics committees.  There are several learning modules that include several important aspects of research ethics committees, including a section on research methodology.  In each module there are reading materials, videos, and a lesson activity that consists of text followed by short answer questions.  Please proceed at your own pace. After each module you will receive a certificate of completion.

Thank you,

Henry Silverman