In addition to pedagogy, MH&B presents lectures and events, which are open to the public. These include the Bresnahan Colloquium, a round-table discussion with an author of a notable work or study, and the weekly Special Topics in MH&B Lecture Series, at which MH&B faculty members present on a wide variety of topics. Also, MH&B publishes Atrium, a publication of thematically linked essays on bioethics and the medical humanities. The program accepts Atrium submissions from those outside Northwestern, and makes each issue available in full on their website.
The Medical Humanities & Bioethics Program fosters reflection and discussion on values issues within medicine. MH&B has a 25-year history of teaching bioethics within the medical school curriculum, and has since expanded to include the medical humanities and the values-oriented social sciences. The program now offers a graduate degree in this interdisciplinary field- the Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics.
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