Developing and Retaining a Successful Interdisciplinary Law and Ethics Course for Professional Health Care Students

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					Journal of Nursing Law, Volume 12, Number 1, 2008




            Developing and Retaining a Successful
         Interdisciplinary Law and Ethics Course for
              
				
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Description: Inspired by a liberal arts interdisciplinary model developed by William Newell (1994), selected faculty in the College of Health Professions at the University of New England undertook the task of developing an interdisciplinary law and ethics course believed to be beneficial for seven different health care disciplines: nursing, dental hygiene, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant, nurse anesthesia, and social work. Since its inception, the course has undergone a unique metamorphosis at the behest of the students, thereby increasing student satisfaction and participation. Enrollment has increased from approximately 8 students in the first class to 45 students as of spring 2007. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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