Recently I gave a lecture on medical ethics as part of the IDC 201: History of Medicine course which direct entrants to the Integrated Liberal Arts and Medicine (INTARMED) Program take in their last semester before moving on to medicine proper.
In this page you’ll find the slide deck used as well as suggested articles for further learning.
Continue reading “Suggested Readings – Introduction to Bioethics”
“Doktor na talaga ako!”
I was so excited to say these words to my parents.
But the days leading up to the two weekends of the Physician Licensure Examination (PLE), I was still left feeling unprepared. When the time to take them came, the tests seemed more difficult than how they were described. Continue reading “5 Lessons from the PLE Experience”
I recently saw a post on the Journal of Medical Ethics blog where a pro-choicer criticized a pro-lifer’s statements reacting to a ruling that says Northern Island’s restrictive abortion laws are “incompatible” with human rights. Continue reading “Do pro-lifers have the abortion argument all wrong?”
This article written by Cary Amiel G. Villanueva (UPCM Class 2017) was originally published via UP Medics.
A team composed of students in medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, speech pathology, and behavioral sciences won in the country’s first interprofessional competition held at the University of the Philippines Manila last April 18, 2015 (Saturday). Continue reading “Philippines’ First Interprofessional Competition held in UP Manila”