The Graduate Diploma in Bioethics and Health Law (GDipBHL) provides a grounding in bioethics and the legal aspects of health care, and explores both ethical and legal approaches to issues related to modern medicine. This qualification is offered jointly by the Bioethics Centre and the Faculty of Law, and students are encouraged to develop an interdisciplinary approach.
There are three core papers (Theories of Biomedical Ethics; Issues in Law, Ethics and Medicine; and Law and Medicine). At least one other law paper is required and the rest of the points are made up of further bioethics or law papers. Choices from Law include: Law and Psychiatry, Family Law and International Human Rights.
The course is available either full or part-time, and can be completed at a distance.