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Medical Ethicists

Certification, Licensing, and Special Requirements

Certification or Licensing

There is no universal certification or licensing entity for medical ethicists. Most medical ethicists have at least a master's degree; many have a Ph.D. and several years of experience in a clinical, academic, or theological setting. Because medical ethicists come from such varied backgrounds and fill varied roles, there is not yet a consensus in the field on who should be allowed to serve as a medical ethicist.

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