Andrew Jameton, PhD

Emeritus Faculty

Department of Health Promotion, Social, and Behavioral Health
University of Nebraska Medical Center
College of Public Health

Professional Summary

Dr. Jameton's main area of interest is the philosophy and ethics of environmental health. He is currently teaching and conducting research on global ethical issues in health care and public health, such as equality, environment, ecological medicine, and global climate change.

Dr. Jameton serves on the Medical Ethics Committee, the Institutional Review Board, the Ethics Consultation Service, and the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. He serves on several committees in the College of Public Health, including planning committees for a Center in Ethics and Humanities, and a possible Public Health MSIA PhD. He is a co-founder and board member of City Sprouts, a community gardening and sustainability education project.

Courses Taught

Dr. Jameton co-teaches such CoPH courses as "ENV 840: Climate Change, Sustainability, and Public Health," "HPRO 815: Issues in Public Health, Past and Present," and "HPRO 825: Ethics in Health Care." He teaches selectives for fourth year medical students, and presents lectures in several courses. He is supervising the graduate study of several students in the MSIA PhD program.


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