Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy
The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine is dedicated to encouraging critical reflection on ethical and policy challenges in healthcare and biomedical research.
The center values creating a meaningful connection between the work we do and the people whose lives are impacted by these important ethical questions. We are committed to building relationships with the community and starting a dialogue around these very issues.
Healthcare Policy & Management Track
Modeled on the award-winning Ethics Track, the new Healthcare Policy & Management Track will build of the success of the existing Medical Management Track and expand it to include the role of policy in medicine, medical practice, and research. Over the course of four years, the program will expose students to the fundamental principles of business and management, as well as the health policy issues that affect doctors, patients, and society.
Dr. Laurence McCullough, Ph.D. Honored for Service
On May 31, members of the Baylor College of Medicine community and other TMC institutions, honored Dr. McCullough's 28 years of service as an intellectual leader, exceptional mentor, and world-class clinical ethicist as he begins his retirement at the end of June.
Let Me Down Easy
What happens when life gets in the way? Join the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy on Jan. 17, 2017 at the Wortham Center as they host an evening with Anna Deavere Smith as she performs her riveting one woman performance of, "Let Me Down Easy" Learn more and buy your tickets today!