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The study of bioethics at Monash University is focused on ethics in science, especially in the health sciences and the biological sciences. Undergraduate courses and postgraduate programs are offered on the Clayton campus through the Centre for Human Bioethics within the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies. Relevant resources are either online or housed mainly at the Clayton branch libraries - Matheson (Humanities), HargraveAndrew (Medicine) and Law.

Contact librarian: Winifred Hirst

Learning skills: Roslyn Halliday


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