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28 September

whoethics

A COVID-19 vaccine is needed as soon as possible – how can this be accomplished in the most ethical way possible?

By whoethics

Maxwell J. Smith, PhD, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (maxwell.smith@uwo.ca)   The world is desperate for a safe and effective COVID-19 ...

9 September

whoethics

Opportunities and challenges for ethicists advising public health authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic

By whoethics

Maxwell J. Smith, PhD, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (maxwell.smith@uwo.ca)   The COVID-19 pandemic has raised a number of distinctive ...

27 August

whoethics

“Publication by press release,” retracted COVID-19 studies, and peer review via Twitter: Upholding publication ethics in the COVID-era.

By whoethics

Author: Eemaan Kaur Thind, MPH(c) Western University, Canada   A summary of PHEPREN’s sixth seminar   Chair: Professor Ross Upshur ...

5 August

whoethics

Setting up a Virtual Clinical Ethics Consultation Service in the time of Covid-19

By whoethics

Author: Sharon Kaur, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia   Healthcare professionals working in clinical settings are likely to face ...

30 July

whoethics

COVID-19 immunity licensing in Africa: practical, socio-cultural, and ethical bottlenecks

By whoethics

Author: Amos Laar, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Public Health, School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon. E-mail: alaar@ug.edu.gh Twitter: ...

24 July

hughtdavies

COVID 19 human infection challenge studies: a practical guide for ethical review

By hughtdavies

Oxford A Research Ethics Committee   Under international guidance, research involving human subjects requires a favourable opinion from a Research ...

20 July

whoethics

Equitable global access to a COVID-19 Vaccine: How much is too much to ask?

By whoethics

Author: John Barugahare, Ph.D.Department of Philosophy, Makerere University jbarugahare@chuss.mak.ac.ug   Author: Joseph Millum, Ph.D., M.Sc.Clinical Center Department of Bioethics & Fogarty ...

3 June

zebjamrozik

Ethics Q&A COVID19 human challenge studies

By zebjamrozik

Drawing on the recent seminar, this blog post addresses ethical considerations relating to justifications for, and the acceptability of, such ...

12 May

pascoeleeanne

COVID-19 Immunity Passports: Inevitable? Ethical? - A webinar summary and resources

By pascoeleeanne

COVID-19 Immunity Passports: Inevitable? Ethical? - A summary of PHEPREN's second webinar. The recorded seminar is available here   Chair: ...

9 April

whoethics

COVID-19: putting the poor and vulnerable on the radar

By whoethics

By Jerome Amir Singh Since WHO declared COVID-19 a Public Health Emergency of International Concern in late January 2020, the organisation ...