BEdR is a project of the USA Working Group of the Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education. Our aim is to develop and promote standards and best practices in ethics, humanities, and arts education in the health professions. BEdR will equip educators from varied disciplinary backgrounds and expertise with the resources and training for a scholarly approach to teaching ethics, humanities, and the arts in the health professions and to make contributions to the scholarship of teaching and learning. BEdR includes the Collection and a Webinar Series.
Image credit: Frontispiece of De Fabrica by Andreas Vesalius, an illustration from Vesalius's De Fabrica showing Vesalius conducting a dissection for an audience. Source: https://circulatingnow.nlm.nih.gov/2014/07/08/illustrating-de-fabrica/#jp-carousel-4493
The BEdR Collection:
Drawing For Informed Consent
Type: Lecture, small group activity, and individual assignment
Authors: Kendra Kirchmer, MFA, Marin Gillis, LPh, PhD, Ryan Pham (MS 2021)
Institution: Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University