Check out the latest edition of the Reflections newsletter and archives of past issues.

In the Autumn edition:

  • HumEthNet member Stephanie Nixon is profiled In Focus;
  • Maria Berghs provides a provocative commentary on “Disability and humanitarian healthcare ethics”;
  • A rich collection of new publications are listed including a new bioethics case study published by HumEthNet members on the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada website, and the recently released report by Handicap International Disability in Humanitarian Context; and
  • The launch of the humanitarian health ethics research group’s newly redesigned website.

Be sure to contact us with comments on this or any previous edition, or if you want to contribute to the next issue.

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