About Us: Research Opportunities for Students

The following projects are research opportunities for students to gain experience in the field of bioethics. For any questions regarding these posts, please email the contact person listed with each project directly.

 

Position: Volunteer Studentship
Location: Mount Sinai Hospital and/or Bridgepoint
Contact: Rebecca Greenberg, Senior Bioethicist, rebecca.greenberg@sinaihealthsystem.ca
Volunteer or Paid Position: Volunteer
Hours: To be determine by the student and supervisor
Start/End Date of Project: Ongoing
Application Deadline: July 12, 2019 (Fall term), November 1, 2019 (Winter term)
Full details: Bioethics Department at Sinai Health System – Bioethics Studentship Opportunities
The Bioethics Department at Sinai Health System offers studentship opportunities to students interested in bioethics. Students are matched with a supervisor and location (Mount Sinai Hospital and/or Bridgepoint) depending on their interests and available projects. The studentship is ideal for those with an interest in ethical issues in women's and infants' health (including antenatal, perinatal, neonatal, fertility, labor and delivery, etc.) and complex care, rehab and adult medicine etc.

 

Position: Volunteer Studentship
Location: Bioethics Department at SickKids
Contact: Randi Zlotnik Shaul, Director Bioethics Department, randi.zlotnik-shaul@sickkids.ca
Volunteer or Paid Position: Volunteer
Hours: Summer students commit to volunteer for 14-30 hours per week; those volunteering during the academic year commit to 5-10 hours per week. Students and volunteers are expected to commit to a minimum of 200 hours in total.
Start/End Date of Project: Ongoing
Application Deadline: Ongoing - July 1, 2019 (Fall term), November 1, 2019 (Winter term)
Full details: Bioethics Department at SickKids – Student Opportunities in Paediatric Bioethics
The Bioethics Department at SickKids is keen to offer a range of opportunities to students interested in paediatric bioethics. We use the term students in a broad sense to include anyone who wishes to pursue such a learning opportunity, including practising Health Care Professionals. The Department is able to accommodate 3-4 individuals each summer and 2-3 over a more extended period throughout the year.