Humanitarian Health Ethics

Below are blogs and announcements related to the ethical dimensions of health-focused humanitarian action along with an invitation to contribute to the conversation by sharing your perspective, research activities, or event information. In addition, the website’s tabs provide information about the humanitarian health ethics research group, including research projects and outputs

Triage and COVID-19: global preparedness, socio-cultural considerations, and communication

Principal Investigators: Elysee Nouvet PhD, Lisa Schwartz PhD Report (EN): Triaging Critical Care During COVID-19- Global preparedness, socio-cultural considerations, and communication Report (FR): TRIAGE AU NIVEAU DES SOINS AUX PATIENTS GRAVEMENT MALADES LORS DE LA PANDÉMIE DE COVID-19: PRÉPARATION MONDIALE,…

Colonial suspicions and hollow partnerships: one African research assistant’s failure to obtain a visa for a research seminar

By: Sekou Kouyaté “As a member of the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group (HHERG), your presence is requested at a Dissemination and Workshop Event in Geneva, Switzerland hosted by CERAH (Centre d’enseignement et de recherche en action humanitaire de Genève…

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