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Without the ‘local’ we cannot re-imagine humanitarian health ethics

Blog Series: (Re)Imagining Humanitarian Health Ethics By Isabel Muñoz Beaulieu The future of humanitarian ethics needs to define what is meant by ‘local.’   The call to localized approaches in the humanitarian discourse has quickly expanded when big funders, large humanitarian organizations, and several nation states endorsed the idea of humanitarian aid being ‘as local as…

(Re)imagining Humanitarian Health Ethics

22/03/2022 What form should bioethics take in the years to come? It’s clear the status quo is not enough.   This is true for humanitarian health ethics. Although there are valuable foundations, pathways, ideas to build on – or so we hope – there is a need for new directions identified by different perspectives. When we…

Moral injury and COVID-19

By Omar Mahboob BMSc and Elysée Nouvet PhD On April 25, 2020, John Mondello, a recently graduated Emergency Medical Technician stationed in New York City, died by suicide. Mondello was on the front lines of the COVID-19 response as the city faced an overwhelming number of cases and fatalities. Prior to passing, Mondello had described…

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