Summer school on Health Law and Ethics (30 June – 8 July 2016)

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Summer school on Health Law and Ethics (30 June – 8 July 2016)

Time: June 30, 2016 at 6pm to July 8, 2016 at 7pm
Location: The Netherlands
City/Town: Rotterdam
Website or Map: http://www.bmg.eur.nl/erasmus…
Phone: hollen@bmg.eur.nl
Event Type: summerschool
Organized By: The Erasmus Observatory on Health Law / Institute of Health Policy & Management (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Latest Activity: Jan 11, 2016

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The Erasmus Observatory on Health Law / Institute of Health Policy & Management (Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands) announces the annual Summer school on Health Law and Ethics (30 June – 8 July 2016), providing students, professionals and practitioners, with an opportunity for intensive training in various aspects of health law and ethics over a two-weeks period (you can sign up for 1 week or 2 weeks), while absorbing the sights, sounds and culture unique to Rotterdam and the Netherlands. The Summer school offers a custom-developed course taught by leading academics in their field.

 

The course is designed to enhance the preparation of our participants confronted with legal and ethical issues. The course focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects of health law and ethics.

A Certificate of Attendance will be presented to participants who wish to take the course for academic credit.

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