· Bioethics, method and basic elements to face clinical problems; · human embryonic stem cells and human embryos; · clinical trials; · scientific research and biobanks; · genetic tests: privacy and right not to know; · vaccination policies: between individual choice and public health; · Italian law 219/2017; · understand the issues of professional accountability and safety related to the profession; · critically evaluate the possible conditions of healthcare activity in which it is necessary to examine the implications for professional accountability and patient safety; · acquire adequate knowledge of the current legislation on informed consent and advance treatment provisions; · recognize, prevent and manage clinical risk; · acquire adequate knowledge of current legislation on patient safety and professional accountability; · integrate the knowledge acquired during the course of study in cognitive sciences with concrete implementations of patient safety.
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the basic examination of SCO.
- Genovese U. et al. Glossario giuridico, assicurativo e medico-legale della responsabilità sanitaria. Maggioli Editore 2012 (1 Ed.); - Genovese U. et al. Le linee guida e la responsabilità sanitaria. Maggioli Editore 2013; - Boniolo G. et al. Etica alle frontiere della biomedicina. Per una cittadinanza consapevole, Mondadori Università 2014; - Materiale Didattico a cura dei docenti distribuito agli studenti tramite Portale Ariel UniMi.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam includes multiple choice "closed" questions to achieve 30/30 score. A brief open-ended question will allow those who have correctly answered all "closed" questions to receive cum laude.