Visit the Medical Ethics and Health Policy Online Education to explore all online educational opportunities offered by the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy. Health care professionals worldwide can prepare to navigate change through various online education programs taught by Penn's experts in improving health care. 

  • Master of Health Care Innovation

    The University of Pennsylvania offers an online master's degree in Health Care Innovation for those aspiring to improve health care. Designed by the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, the Master of Health Care Innovation (MHCI) connects working health care professionals worldwide to lead change.

  • Professional Development Courses/Certificate

    Online professional development courses in health care innovation, taught by expert faculty, will deepen your knowledgebase, sharpen your skillset, and broaden your field of vision. 4-week courses are designed for professionals who can put their new knowledge to practice immediately. A Professional Development Certificate is available for those taking 4 courses in 1 year.

  • Continuing Education

    Find training that matters for bioethics issues that matter--delivered through brief, engaging videos by Penn experts. Activities are designed for clinicians who need continuing education credits and individuals seeking training in research or clinical ethics. Learn at your convenience and online. Choose from core or microcourses.

  • Credit Courses for Penn Students and Staff

    Penn faculty members, staff members, and graduate and professional students are invited to enroll in a selection of online courses from the Master of Health Care Innovation. Take courses individually according to your needs and interests, or complete four of these courses within two years to receive a Certificate in Health Care Innovation.

  • Ethics, Policy, and COVID-19 Resources

    Unprecedented times demand expertise to inform decisions, guide behavior, and shape disrupted business practices. Zeke Emanuel and colleagues present their latest work to address COVID-19 issues from ethics and policy perspectives. Find expert insights on COVID-19 here, courtesy of our Online Education team.

  • Teaching Resources

    Penn faculty, working with their team of online education specialists, created a video library to teach a practical approach to medical ethics. These teaching resources—including video segments on clinical ethics and research ethics plus remote teaching best practices—help instructors and students. Material is available for noncommercial use, free of charge.

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