The Children’s Bioethics Centre (Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne)- Clinical Ethics Internship

The Children’s Bioethics Centre is committed to improving children’s lives through promoting the rights and responsibilities of children and their families in health care.  This is achieved by resolving ethical conflict, facilitating communication and easing moral distress. The Centre is proudly supported by The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation.

The purpose of the internship is to provide the intern with practical experience in the activities of the Clinical Ethics Service and the broader work of the Children’s Bioethics Centre.  The intern will typically participate in whatever ethics consultation and education work is being done at the time of the internship, and may undertake a small project in addition.

To express your interest for this Internship, please contact Prof Lynn Gillam, Academic Director, Children’s Bioethics Centre, Royal Children’s Hospital. 


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Recommended Disciplines: Master of Bioethics

Please follow the step-by-step guide on how to apply for APG5044 Professional Internship. Once you have secured your placement, please apply as a self-sourced applicant.