The humanitarian health ethics (hhe) research group is a multidisciplinary team of researchers and practitioners collaborating together since 2009 with the aim of helping to clarify the ethical issues that are present in humanitarian healthcare practice. Our research benefits humanitarian and military healthcare practitioners, organizational policy makers, aid agencies and recipients of aid.
The humanitarian healthcare ethics (hhe) research group is co-led by Drs. Lisa Schwartz (McMaster University, Hamilton) and Matthew Hunt (McGill University, Montreal). McMaster University-affiliated members of the group include Carrie Bernard, Sonya de Laat, Laurie Elit, Leigh-Anne Gillespie, Elysée Nouvet, and Julia Pemberton. The McGill-affiliated group members include Renaud Boulanger, Anushree Dave, John Pringle and Catherine Tansey. Over the years the research group has also benefited from the involvement of former HHE students.