The goal of bioethics graduate education at Wake Forest is INFORMED PRAXIS – our students stand at the confluence of theory and practice, capable of synthesizing the two to help foster thoughtful decision-making and improved performance and outcomes in clinical care, biomedical research, and health policy and administration.
Students can gain valuable practical experience in bioethics in a variety of ways.
- They can assist with educational and research projects undertaken by the Center for Bioethics, Health & Society.
- The Bioethics Graduate Program and the Center collaborate to arrange visiting speakers, conferences, and a range of special events and activities.
- Students may also participate in practicum experiences, including in-depth observation in research and clinical settings.