GENERAL COMPETENCES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
CG1 - Analyze the interdisciplinary information on Bioethics categorizing and selecting the appropriate data in an autonomous fashion for its application to support ethical judgments.
CG2 - ADiscuss, from a perspective of Bioethics, the ethical judgments and the conclusions reached, with the arguments for and against, both to specialized and non-specialized audiences, in a clear and coherent way.
CG3 - Bring together in synthesis Bioethical knowledge and make an ethical discernment to form judgments based on frequently limited or incomplete data, which includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities linked to knowledge and judgements.
CG4 - Contrast one's own knowledge of facts and ethical judgements from a perspective of intercultural dialogue and the different worldviews centering around life and Ethic.
CG5 - Know how to harmoniously integrate the contributions of Medicine, Law, Philosophy, Biology and Psychology , into appropriate interdisciplinary projects.
CE1 - Understand the classic and contemporary Philosophical roots that underpin the ethics of caring for life and its implications for the Bio-Sanitary field.
CE2 - Know the historical development of Bioethics to interpret, assess, contrast and develop an adequate critical analysis of texts on Bioethics and/or Medical Ethics.
CE3 - AAnalyze fundamental and central themes of the various Bioethical issues: the concept of the person and the individual, the therapeutic and the manipulative.
CE4 - Assimilate the main elements that constitute Health-related relationships, especially the doctor-patient relationship, with the ethical aspects that characterize it.
CE5 - Understand the concepts of health and disease, and their practical repercussions in different social, historical, cultural, etc. contexts.
CE6 - Understand the nature of the Care Ethics Committee and the Clinical Research, its regulations, its composition, its functions and its fields of application.
CE7 - Know the decision-making and deliberation procedures of Ethics and Bioethics Committees.
CE8 - Bring together the knowledge acquired on the care of vulnerable groups with special emphasis on welcoming diversity and individuals with disabilities.
CE9 - Learn to design research procedures and properly use bibliographic resources to carry out research projects or specialized publications in the field of Bioethics.
CE10 - Know and synthesize the main Technical, Philosophical, Legal and Ethical issues involved in the care of human life in its beginning: status of the embryo, genetic manipulation, abortion, cloning, medically assisted reproduction techniques, etc.
CE11 - Know the main Technical, Philosophical, Legal and Ethical issues in the care of human life at its end.
CE12 - Understand the basic legal regulations in the field of Bio-Medicine at national, community and international levels, valuing, contrasting and arguing its ethical dimension and its repercussions on Culture and Society.
CE13 - Analyze the different theories of Justice and how they can be applied to argumentation concerning the fair distribution of limited health resources, attention to disability and minorities and ecological reflection.