Follow the link to reach an article published in the CHEPA newsletter reporting about the Humanitarian Health Ethics research group's events in Geneva, that took place in September 2018.
See HumEthNet members Dónal O'Mathúna, Lisa Schwartz and Matthew Hunt discuss the important role ethics plays throughout the research cycle and within public health research during a humanitarian crisis. About the R2HC research ethics tool.
From a new resource on Community of Practice for Integrated People Centred Palliative Care by WHO, firstname.lastname@example.org. https://youtu.be/sxvN1wt-xx8 Additional interviews prepared by WHO's Community of Practice for Integrated People Centred Palliative Care: Interview of Dr Christian Ntizimira Médecin Head of Avocacy & Research…
HumEthNet members, Donál O'Mathuna and Lisa Schwartz were major contributors to the statement.
Thank you to the European Association for Palliative Care for including our research, including the invitation for participation in our research survey, as part of their new series about palliative care in the context of humanitarian crisis. Access the blog post here. …
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Research Ethics Governance in Times of Ebola Doris Schopper, Raffaella Ravinetto, Lisa Schwartz, Eunice Kamaara, Sunita Sheel, Michael J. Segelid, Aasim Ahmad, Angus Dawson, Jerome Singh, Amar Jesani, Ross Upshur Public Health Ethics (2017) 10 (1): 49-61. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/phe/phw039
Humanitarian actors are now pressed to respond to increasingly complex crises in diverse and difficult contexts. Historically subject to multiple and often divergent interpretations, humanitarian values are now further challenged by changing conflict dynamics, globalization and its effect on shifting…
“Coordination – that would be the big lesson of Haiti. Haiti was a disaster upon a disaster,” Canadian doctor Dr. Lynda Redwood-Campbell and HumEthNet member tells Globe and Mail reporter, Affan Chowdhry in a recent article about how past disasters will aid relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Nepal. “There was a complete lack of coordination with foreign medical teams. Everybody and everybody’s cousin seemed to be there internationally. There was no good overarching coordination.”
HumEthNet team member, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, is featured in a recent article that revisits her experiences in the humanitarian efforts that followed the 2004 tsunami.