Publisher : Angelina Souren
Course Length : 42 mins
Course Language : English
This mini course is a slimmed-down version of a more extensive course. The lectures are the same, which will be evident in the Lecture 1 video. The assignments and solutions do not fully overlap, however.
This mini course gives you an idea of the full course, and enables you to share what you've learned with others.
Bioethics is a challenging and fascinating combination of policy, law, ethics, science & technology, politics, philosophy and even more, such as economy.
Literally, bioethics is the ethics of life. Every time you open a newspaper or go to a news site, there will be at least one article that involves bioethics, one way or another.
Who you are?
You want to accomplish positive change, but do not know what approach to take and may often find yourself at a loss during discussions with certain professionals, business people and politicians.
This mini course will provide you with a better foundation to negotiate for what you believe in and help you build a better future for all. It will make it easier for you to identify traditional views and their shortcomings. It can also make you see more easily where other people's opinions are coming from, which can enable you to build bridges to cross such chasms.
After this mini course, you will likely find that you are more motivated and continuing to develop your critical thinking skills.
You will gain a greater awareness of innovative views in areas of diversity and inclusivity.
You will build up more knowledge to support so-called green choices.
You will be more skillful in formulating and supporting your own views during meetings and negotiations.
You will gain more flexibility in countering traditional arguments during meetings and negotiations.
You will be able to add much more variety and strength to your related written communications.
My apologies for those who are hearing-impaired or vision-impaired.
I assume that you are not visually or hearing-impaired. The course lectures are a combination of audio and visual, but the match is not 100%. I am not trained in making courses for people with visual or hearing impairments and that will likely be most evident in the assignments.