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Fall 2019

 

Domestic and International Students
November 26, 2018

 

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Education: MHSc in Bioethics - Faculty and Advisors

MHSc in Bioethics courses are taught by faculty members affiliated with the University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics:

 

Interim Program Director:
Jennifer Gibson, Director, JCB

 

Course Directors:
Rosalind Abdool, Ethicist, Trillium Health Partners

James A. Anderson, Bioethicist, The Hospital for Sick Children

Sally Bean, Director, Health Ethics Alliance & Policy Advisory, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Jennifer Bell, Bioethicist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network

Daniel Buchman, Bioethicist, University Health Network

Eoin Connolly, Ethicist, Trillium Health Partners

Karen Devon, Surgeon-Ethicist, Women's College Hospital

Jennifer Gibson, Director, Joint Centre for Bioethics

Ann Heesters, Director of Bioethics, University Health Network

Blair Henry, Senior Ethicist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Dave Langlois, Clinical Ethicist and Fellowship Director, Centre for Clinical Ethics

Trudo Lemmens web link, Associate Professor, Faculties of Law and Medicine, University of Toronto

Sue MacRae, Registered Nurse/Trauma Therapist in the Trauma Therapy Program and Women Recovering from Abuse Program (WRAP), Women's College Hospital

Rosanna Macri, Manager, Organizational and Clinical Ethics Services, Humber River Hospital

Maria McDonald, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, and Associate Member, IMS Graduate Faculty, University of Toronto

Nancy Ondrusek, Adjunct Lecturer, Dalla Lana School of Public Health

Ruby Rajendra Shanker, Bioethicist, Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network

Kevin Reel, Ethicist, Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network

Michael Szego, Clinical Ethicist, Centre for Clinical Ethics, a Joint Venture of Providence Healthcare, St. Joseph's Health Centre, and St. Michael's Hospital

Frank Wagner, Bioethicist, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Connie Williams, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University