Medical Ethicists

To become a medical ethicist, you should take a well-balanced college preparatory course load in high school, including classes in science, math, psychology, health, anatomy, history, literature, and languages. Courses that encourage the development of imagination and creativity, such as literature, art, and music, are helpful. Good communication skills are also important, so speech and English classes are also recommended.


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