Gainesville resident Jennifer Kizza has joined a groundbreaking application for health-related students and early vocation medical professionals.

Kizza, a pupil at Harvard Professional medical School, is a single of 14 health-related students decided on for the 2022 health care system of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the review of Experienced Ethics (FASPE). 

Now in its 12 year, FASPE provides a unique historical lens to interact graduate students in specialist colleges as perfectly as early-phase practitioners in 6 fields (business, journalism, law, structure & know-how, medication, and seminary) in an intensive study course of examine targeted on up to date ethical concerns in their professions. 

The FASPE clinical program provides  a holistic curriculum that looks beyond the particulars of formal regulations to emphasis on ethical problems confronted by medical professionals in the a variety of configurations in which they practice. Fellows take part in a two-7 days software in Germany and Poland that works by using the carry out of doctors in Nazi-occupied Europe as a way to mirror on healthcare ethics currently.