Members of the Humanitarian Health Ethics (HHE) Research Group are actively involved in the global COVID-19 response through various research, advisory, and technical roles. We are committed to engaging in the rapidly evolving dialogue on the ethical dimensions of the response, and are considering how lessons learned in other humanitarian crisis contexts may shed light on best practices for COVID-19. We will continue to update this page as they are developed.
WHAT CHARACTERIZES EFFECTIVE RESEARCH ETHICS REVIEW OF URGENT PROTOCOLS DURING A CRISIS? (1-PAGER LINK HERE)
ALLEVIATING SUFFERING AND UPHOLDING DIGNITY IN THE MIDST OF COVID-19: A PLACE FOR PALLIATIVE CARE (2-PAGER LINK HERE)
Triage and COVID-19: Global preparedness, socio-cultural considerations, and communication (PIs Dr Elysée Nouvet & Dr Lisa Schwartz) LINK HERE)
HHE IN THE MEDIA
Ethical Questions During a Pandemic – How to prioritize patients who will not receive critical care (Dr Elysée Nouvet on Radio Western – LINK HERE)
COMMENTARIES & BLOGS
The Collateral Damage of COVID-19, or, The Forgotten – by Nago Humbert (LINK HERE)