Peer Reviewed Presentations

2018

Nouvet, Elysée (2018) L’Éthique de la recherche éprouvée en Guinée, au Libéria, et au Sierra Leone durant l’épidémie d’Ebola : résultats d’une étude qualitative. Paper presentation at Regards éthiques pluridisciplinaires en sciences sociales, environment et santé – Expériences et perspectives en Afrique de l’Ouest colloquium. Conakry, Guinea. February 6th-8th.

Nicola Gailits and Elysée Nouvet (2018) Fighting the Wrong Battles: Refocusing: Research Ethics Paradigms Post Ebola. Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual CUGH Global Health Conference. New York City, New York State, United States of America. March 16th-18th.

Chénier, Ani, Nouvet, Elysée, Bah Sow, Oumou, Pringle, John, Bernard, Carrie, Hunt, Matthew, Redwood-Campbell, Lynda, Elit, Laurie, Kouyaté, Sékou, Gailits, Nicola, and Schwartz, Lisa (2018) “I am a citizen and a stakeholder”: Making claims through participation in Ebola research.Paper accepted for presentation at the Society for Applied Anthropology. Philadelphia, USA. April 3rd-7th

2017

Krishnaraj, Gautham. 2017. Nothing Left to Offer – Palliative Care in Humanitarian Contexts. Paper presented at National University of Singapore Bioethics Journal Club, April 12, Singapore, Singapore.

Krishnaraj, Gautham. 2017. Nothing Left to Offer – Palliative Care in Humanitarian Contexts. Paper presented at Global Health Symposium, Co-Hosted by McMaster University, Maastricht University & Manipal University, April 25 Manipal University, Karnataka, India

Nouvet, Elysée & Schwartz, Lisa. 2017. From the front lines: trialing research ethics in the time of Ebola. Paper presented at the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine. Toronto, Canada. April 28

Schwartz, Lisa, Hunt, Matthew, & Nouvet, Elysée. 2017. “Aid when there is ‘nothing left to offer’: A survey and qualitative study of ethics and palliative care during international humanitarian emergencies”. Paper presented at World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, April 25-28 2017, Toronto, Canada

Nouvet,Elysée. 2017. Palliative care during international humanitarian action: A multi-sectoral global survey. Paper presented at the 7th ICMM Workshop on Military Medical Ethics: “End-of-life care – ethical issues in military and humanitarian missions”, May 4-6 2017, Forum Lilienburg, Ermantingen, Switzerland.

Hunt, Matthew. 2017. Moral experience and palliative care provision in humanitarian contexts. Paper presented at the 7th ICMM Workshop on Military Medical Ethics: “End-of-life care – ethical issues in military and humanitarian missions”, May 4-6 2017, Forum Lilienburg, Ermantingen, Switzerland.

Schwartz, Lisa. 2017. “Lived experiences of ethics and politics of palliative care in humanitarian contexts”. 28th Annual Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, May 24-26, Montreal, Canada

Hunt, Matthew & Nouvet, Elysée. Palliative care during international humanitarian action – A global survey of humanitarian health workers and policy-makers. 28th Annual Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, May 24-26, Montreal, Canada

Nouvet,Elysée. 2017. The need to care, learn, and improvise: Enacting research ethics during the West Africa Ebola outbreak. Paper presented at Ethox: Oxford Global Health and Bioethics International Conference. University of Oxford, Oxford, England. July 17-18

Pringle, John. (2017). Lessons in research ethics: Experiences of clinical research participation during the West Africa Ebola crisis. Paper presented at Ethox: Oxford Global Health and Bioethics International Conference. University of Oxford, Oxford, England. July 17-18th

Gaillits, Nicola (2017). Balancing Rigour with Realities: Practical and Ethical Challenges of Ebola Research. Paper presented at Canadian Conference on Global Health. Ottawa, Canada. October 29 – 31st

Nouvet, Elysée (2017) Conditions from Conakry: obligation and responsibility in Global Health Research. Paper presented at the Canadian Conference on Global Health. Ottawa, Canada. October 29 – 31st

Hunt, Matthew. Aid when there is ‘nothing left to offer’: palliative care in humanitarian crises. Humanitarian health ethics panel. Arlington Fellows program, George Mason University. Arlington, Virginia, USA. Nov 14, 2017.

2016

Nouvet E, Sinding C, Graham C, Vengris J, Skeene M. “Troubling stories for healthcare learners: how/what can we hear across gulfs of experience?” A Palpable Thrill: Medical Humanities Conference, Hamilton, May 7-8.

Nouvet E, Bezanson K, Bernard C, DeLaat S, Hunt M, Redwood-Campbell L, Elit L, Schwartz L. 2016“A research program for palliative care in humanitarian crises.” African Palliative Care Association. Kampala, August 15-19.

Nouvet E, Bezanson K, Redwood-Campbell L, Elit L, de Laat S, Hunt M, Bernard C, Upshur R, Schwartz L. “Supporting end-of-life care within humanitarian healthcare teams”, Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, 26 May 2016. Toronto.

Bezanon K, Nouvet E, Hunt M, de Laat S, Elit L, Bernard C, Schwartz L. “The place of palliative care in humanitarian response”. International Congress on Palliative Care, Montreal, QC, October 2016.

2015

Boulanger R, Hunt MR. 2015. “I don’t think it was particularly helpful”: Post-disaster researchers’ experience of the research ethics system. World Conference on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Cape Town, South Africa, 23 April.

de Laat, S.On a foundation of dignity: Ideas, aesthetics and politics of humanitarian healthcare in the International Committee of the Red Cross Museum.Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Winnipeg, MB. May 27-30,2015.

Gillespie, L. (2015). “Conceptualizing policy in humanitarian aid organizations: Toward a common language”. Canadian Bioethics Society, Winnipeg, May 27-30,2015.

de Laat, S. “Enigmatic Iconographies of Humanitarian Aid in Africa: Photographs of Western humanitarianism’s past to contemplate global humanitarianism’s future.” Symposium: Learning from the past to shape the future: Lessons from the history of humanitarian action in Africa, Humanitarian Policy Group of the Overseas Development Institute, and Humanitarian Actions Africa. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, March 25-26, 2015.

Hunt MR, Tansey C, Anderson J, Bhan A, Boulanger R, Eckenwiler L, Pringle J, Schwartz L. 2015. Ethics of disaster research conducted in low- and middle-income countries: Perspectives of research ethics committee members. World Conference on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Cape Town, South Africa, 23 April.

Pringle J, Anderson J, Bhan A, Boulanger R, Eckenwiler L, Schwartz L, Tansey C, Dave A, Hunt MR. 2015. Ethics of disaster research conducted in low- and middle-income countries: A scoping review of published literature. World Conference on Disaster and Emergency Medicine 23, Cape Town, South Africa, 23 April.

Nouvet E. “Reflections on moral sentiments: gratitude in humanitarian healthcare” ASA: Association of Social Anthropologists of the U.K. and Commonwealth, Surgeon’s Hall, June 19-22, Edinburgh.

Nouvet E with Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group. “The significance and need for palliative care in public health emergencies.” MaGiC. European Social Anthropology Association Conference. Global Health and Anthropology. University of Sussex, September 9-11, 2015.

Nouvet E, Bezanson K, Bernard C, Elit, L, Hunt M, DeLaat S, Schwartz L. “Ethics of palliative care in humanitarian emergencies.” Quest for Humanitarian Effectiveness. Manchester, September 14-16, 2015.

2014

Eckenwiler L, Boulanger R, Pringle J, Hunt MR. 2014. Real-time responsiveness and disaster research ethics. World Congress of Bioethics, Mexico City, Mexico, June.

Horning J, Schwartz L, William’s-Jones B, Hunt MR. 2014. Military moral distress: Developing an interdisciplinary model of moral distress in military health care professionals. Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CMVHR) Forum, Toronto, ON, 26 November.

Hunt MR, Tansey C, Anderson J, Bhan A, Boulanger R, Eckenwiler L, Pringle J, Schwartz L. 2014. Ethics review of disaster research conducted in low- and middle-income countries: Perspectives of ethics review committee members. Canadian Conference on Global Health, Ottawa, ON, 3 November.

Schwartz L, de Laat S, Gillespie L, Hunt M, Nouvet E, Redwood Campbell L, Elit L. 2014. From humanity to complicity: narratives of humanitarian healthcare professionals. Annual Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Vancouver, BC. 28-31 May.

Schwartz L, Salama S, Hui K. 2014. Ethics of co-enrolment in clinical trials. Canadian Bioethics Association,  Vancouver BC, 30 May.

2013

Anderson J, Hunt MR. 2013. The distinction between research and practice in disaster ethics. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Banff, AB, 1 June.

de Laat S, Nouvet E, Calain P, Brenan P, Schwartz L. 2013. Picturing Humanitarian Healthcare: Engage and experiment with a new online portal. Ethics, Aesthetics and Epidemiological Photography Conference, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, UK, 14 September.

Fraser V, Hunt MR, Schwartz L, de Laat S, Redwood-Campbell L. 2013. HHEAT: the Humanitarian Health Ethics Analysis Tool. Canadian Bioethics Society, Banff, AB, 29 May – 1 June.

O’Donnell C, Williams-Jones B, Hunt MR, Schwartz L. 2013. Medical ethics vs military ethics: an International comparison of codes of ethics. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Banff, AB, 1 June.

Okhowat A, Williams-Jones B, Hunt MR. The fog and frame of military medicine: Causes of military healthcare workers’ ethical dilemmas. Military Veterans Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB, November.

Schwartz L. 2013. Ethical questions and emergency response. Canadian Humanitarian Response Training Program, 9 May.

Fraser V, Hunt MR, Schwartz L, de Laat S, Redwood-Campbell L. 2013. HHEAT: the Humanitarian Health Ethics Analysis Tool. 18th World Congress on Disaster & Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, 28-31 May.

2012

Hunt MR, Schwartz L, de Laat S, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L. 2012. HHEAM: Humanitarian Healthcare Ethics Analysis Model. International Association of Bioethics World Congress, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 26-29 June.

Schwartz L. 2012. Does helping hurt? Transcending Borders Conference on Global Health, London, ON, 27-29 April.

Schwartz L, Gillespie L, de Laat S, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L. 2012. The complex applications of solidarity in the ethics of humanitarian healthcare practice. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference: Fostering Innovation in Canadian Bioethics, Montreal, QC, 31 May – 2 June.

Schwartz L, Gillespie L, de Laat S, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L. 2012. What role does solidarity play in the ethics of humanitarian healthcare practice? International Association of Bioethics World Congress; Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 26-29 June.

2011

Hunt MR, Schwartz L, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, de Laat S. 2011. Preparing and supporting health professionals for ethical issues in development assistance and humanitarian work. Global Health Conference, Montreal, QC, 13-15 November.

Redwood-Campbell L, Schwartz L, Hunt MR. 2011. Ethics in the delivery of humanitarian health response: Learning from the narratives of health care workers. World Association of Emergency and Disaster Medicine Congress, Beijing, China, May.

Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Sinding C, Redwood-Campbell L, Elit L, Adelson N, Ranford J, Delaat S. 2011. Does ethics travel? Perception of Humanitarian Action Conference. Médecins sans frontières, Montreal, QC, 11 February.

Schwartz L, Williams-Jones B, Rochon C, Hunt MR, Okhowat A, de Laat S. 2011. Professional ethics and conflicts of role for health care professionals in military and humanitarian contexts. Military and Veteran Health Research Forum, Kingston, ON, 14 November.

2010

Elit L, Hunt MR, Redwood-Campbell L, Ranford J, Luther L, Adelson N, Schwartz L. 2010. ‘A bit of a fine line to walk’: The ethical challenges faced by medical students doing international health electives (IHE). Canadian Conference on Global Health, Ottawa, ON, 31 October – 3 November.

Hunt MR. 2010. Une éthique de la présence pour les pratiques en soins de santé en contexte d’aide humanitaire. Approches Interdisciplinaires du Raisonnement Moral en Context, Symposium, Paris, France. 12 April.

Hunt MR, Schwartz L, Elit L. 2010. International clinical electives for students of the health professions: What ethical challenges do students face and how can these issues best be addressed? World Congress of Bioethics, Singapore, July.

Hunt MR, Schwartz L, Elit L. 2010. Ethics resources for health care practice in humanitarian work. Points of Intersection Symposium, Hamilton, ON, 26-27 November.

Hunt MR, Schwartz L, Sinding C.  2010. International humanitarian work, scope of practice, and an ethics of presence. Feminist Approaches to Bioethics Conference. Singapore,  July.

Sinding C, Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Elit L, de Laat S. 2010. A staged reading about humanitarian health work: Problematics and possibilities. Drama for life. Africa Research Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa, 26-28 August.

Schwartz L, Sinding C, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Adelson N, De Laat S, Ranford, J. 2010. Ethics in humanitarian aid work: Learning from the narratives of humanitarian aid health workers. International Association of Bioethics World Congress of Bioethics, Singapore, 26-30 July.

Schwartz L, Sinding C, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Adelson N, Luther L, De Laat S, Ranford J. 2010. Ethics in conditions of disaster and deprivation: Intersection of public health and clinical medicine. Points of Intersection Symposium, Hamilton, ON, 26-27 November.

Sinding C, Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Adelson N, Ranford J, de Laat S. 2010.  Ethical practice in global health: Dilemmas at the front line. Canadian Society for International Health Conference on Global Health, Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, 31 October – 3 November.

2009

Hunt MR. 2009. An exploration of the moral experience of Canadian health care professionals in humanitarian crises. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Hamilton, ON, 13 June.

Hunt MR, Schwartz L. 2009. Medical work abroad. Global health and responsibility. Pre-conference workshop. Hamilton, ON, 11 June.

Hunt MR, Schwartz L, Sinding C, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Luther L, Adelson N, Ranford J. 2009. Elaborating an ethics of presence for expatriate health care professionals in humanitarian assistance and development work. Global Health International Conference, Ottawa, ON, 25-28 October.

Hunt MR, Sinding C, Schwartz L. 2009. An ethics of presence: Experiences of health care professionals in humanitarian work. Canadian Conference for International Health, Ottawa, ON, 27 Ontario.

Luther L, Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Sinding C, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Adelson N, Randford J, Langston L. 2009. From obligations to inform to duties to warn. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference. Hamilton, ON, 12 June.

Schwartz L, Sinding C, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Luther L, Adelson N, Ranford J. 2009. Workshop: Ethics in conditions of disaster and deprivation: Learning from health workers’ narratives. 20th Annual Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Hamilton, ON, 11-14 June.

Sinding C, Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L and Ranford J. 2009. “Playing God because you have to”: Canadian health professionals’ experiences of rationing care in humanitarian and development work. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Hamilton, ON, 13 June.

2008

Hunt MR. 2008. Ethical challenges in HIV/AIDS testing and treatment during humanitarian emergencies. World Congress of Bioethics, Rijeka, Croatia, 7 September.

Schwartz L, Sinding C, Elit, L Redwood-Campbell L. 2008. Ethics in conditions of disaster and deprivation: Learning from health workers’ narratives. Global Health Education Conference, Sacramento, CA, 3-5 April.

2007

Hunt MR. 2007. An exploration of how health professionals experience ethics in humanitarian assistance and development work. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, 1 June.

Schwartz L, Sinding C, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L. 2007. Ethics in conditions of disaster and deprivation: Learning from health workers’ narratives. Canadian Bioethics Society, Toronto, 30 May – 3 June.

 2006

Hunt MR. 2006. Ethics beyond borders: How health professionals experience ethics in humanitarian assistance and development work. International Qualitative Health Research Conference. Edmonton, AB, 3 April.