The HMS Center for Bioethics has announced its 2019 fellowship program, which is open to chaplains:
The fellowship is a one-year, part-time program designed to explore foundational theories, concepts, and concerns central to bioethics, as well as deepening moral imagination on emerging bioethical issues.
Bioethics fellows are thought leaders from medicine, nursing, law, social work, journalism, and other academic fields. This diverse group of scholars has a variety of interests and benefit from access to the thriving network of professionals engaged in bioethical work at the Center.
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