Investigators at the University of Virginia School of Law, the School of Medicine and the Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life created a fellowship program and a problem-based curriculum on public health law and ethics for law students and Master of Public Health (MPH) candidates.
The project team:
- Worked with personnel at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to create a fellowship program on public health law and ethics.
- Prepared teaching materials for a course directed at a combined audience of law and MPH students.
- Delivered the course, through seminars and full-semester courses, to 120 University of Virginia students during the RWJF grant period.