Module code: LLMP 5283
This module investigates the regulatory framework that governs assisted reproductive techniques and the use of human organs and tissues; the control of fertility; pre-natal detection, selection and avoidance of disability, gender and other traits; the creation, control and destruction of embryos; ownership and possession of human body parts; the use of human tissue for transplantation, research and teaching. It also considers an individual's control and autonomy with respect to their own bodies and payments and incentives for donation of organs and tissues.
A variety of self-assessment questions are built into the module.
Contact hours per student per year
Additional costs: No extra costs other than the purchase of books
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