Amir, T., Yantzi, R., de Laat, S., Hunt, M., Nouvet, E., Redwood-Campbell, L., Elit, L., Bezanson, K., Bernard, C., Schuster-Wallace, C., Wahoush, O., Schwartz, L. (2019). “‘So that at the end, you have a gentle landing’: Exploring the role and ethical dimensions of palliative care during humanitarian response to natural disasters”. HEI Research Day, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. 14 March. Available here.
de Laat, S., Hunt, M., Nouvet, E., Redwood-Campbell, L., Elit, L., Bernard, C., Bezanson, K., Wahoush, O., Bah Sow, O., Khater, W., Musoni, E., Yantzi, R., Chénier, A., Schwartz, L. (2019). “Opportunities and Challenges When It Appears There is ‘nothing left to offer’: Results from a qualitative study on palliative care in humanitarian crisis settings”. HEI Research Day, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. 14 March. Available here.
de Laat, S., Matthew Hunt, Elysée Nouvet, Olive Wahoush, Kevin Bezanson, Carrie Bernard, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, Laurie Elit, Wejdan Khater, Oumou Bah Sow, Emmanuel Musoni, Rachel Yantzi, Ani Chénier , Lisa Schwartz, Dying in the Margins: Palliative Care, Humanitarian Crises and the Intersection of Global and Local Health Systems, Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, 8 – 12 October 2018, Liverpool, UK, Abstract ID: 3989 Available here.
Matthew Hunt, Ani Chenier, Kevin Bezanson, Elysee Nouvet, Carrie Bernard, Gautham Krishnaraj, Sonya de Laat, Lisa Schwartz. “Moral experiences of humanitarian health care professionals caring for patients who are dying or likely to die in a humanitarian crisis.” 10th World Research Congress of the EAPC, Bern, Switzerland, May 29, 2018. Available here.
Lisa Schwartz, Olive Wahoush, WejdanKahter, Malek Alnajar, Rachel Yantzi, Ibraheem Abu Siam, AniChénier, KevinBezanson, ElyséeNouvet, Carrie Bernard, Gautham Krishnaraj, Sonya de Laat, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, Laurie Elit, Matthew Hunt, ‘“There is no time for these patients”: Ethics, obstacles and palliative care in humanitarian settings.” 1stWorld Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2018. Available here.
Olive Wahoush, Lisa Schwartz, Sonya de Laat, Matthew Hunt, Wejdan Khater, Ibraheem Abu-Siam, Malek Alnajar, “Researching Palliative care in humanitarian crisis: Jordan Case study”. 1stWorld Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2018. Available here.
Monette, E., de Laat, S. & Schwartz, L. (2018). “The Need For Palliative Care in Rwandan Refugee Camps.” Presentation at the Interdisciplinary Research Symposium, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. Available here.
Nouvet, Elysée, Chenier, Ani, Bah Sow, Oumou, Pringle, John, Bernard, Carrie, Hunt, Matthew, Redwood-Campbell, Lynda, Elit, Laurie, Kouyaté, Sékou, Gailits, Nicola, Schwartz, Lisa (2018) “West Africans’ perceptions of experimental trials conducted the Ebola outbreak: results from a qualitative study.” Poster submitted for presentation at McMaster Health Research Methods, Evidence, & Impact day, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, March 29th.
Nouvet, Elysée, Chenier, Ani, Bah Sow, Oumou, Pringle, John, Bernard, Carrie, Hunt, Matthew, Redwood-Campbell, Lynda, Elit, Laurie, Kouyaté, Sékou, Gailits, Nicola, Schwartz, Lisa (2018) “West Africans’ perceptions of experimental trials conducted the Ebola outbreak: results from a qualitative study.” Poster accepted for presentation at the Annual CUGH Global Health Conference. New York City, New York State, United States of America. March 16th-18th
Bezanson K, Chénier A, Nouvet E, Schwartz L, Hunt M. 2017. “Health professionals’ lived experiences of palliative care provision in humanitarian crisis: Moral experiences confronting the suffering of patients who are dying or likely to die in settings of war, disaster, or epidemic.” Poster presented at the 5th International Public Health and Palliative Care Conference. Ottawa, September 17-19. Available here. Blog post here.
Sivaram, M., Nouvet, E., Hunt, M., Schwartz, L. (2017) “Ethics and palliative care during international humanitarian action.” Poster accepted for presentation at World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, April 25-28 2017, Toronto, Canada.
Monette, E. and Nouvet, E. (2017) Refugee Healthcare Barriers: PalliaDve Care Efforts and Access in Lebanon. Faculty of Life Sciences Student Poster Presentations. April. McMaster University. Available here.
Nouvet E, Schwartz L. “Beneficiary Perspectives Regarding the Ethical Performance of Humanitarian Healthcare Missions in Nicaragua.” 20th Canadian Conference on Global Health, October 27-29, 2016. Ottawa.
Pringle J, Boulanger R, Tansey C, Anderson J, Bhan A, Eckenwiler L, Schwartz L, Hunt MR. 2014. Research conducted after natural disasters in low- and middle-income countries: Ethical considerations from a scoping review of published literature. Canadian Conference on Global Health, Ottawa, ON, November.
Gillespie L-A, Okhowat A, O’Donnell C, Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Rochon C, de Laat S, Williams-Jones B. 2013. Loyalties, code and ethical tensions in conflict and disaster. World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine Conference, Manchester, UK, May 28.
Hunt MR, Schwartz L, Sinding C, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Luther L, Adelson N, Ranford J. 2010. Towards an ethics of presence to support healthcare practice in global health. Geneva Health Forum, Geneva, Switzerland, 19-21 April.
Sinding C, Schwartz L, Hunt MR, Elit L, Redwood-Campbell L, Ranford J. 2009. ‘Playing God because you have to’: Canadian health professionals’ narratives of rationing care in humanitarian and development work. Global Health International Conference, Ottawa, ON, 25-28 October.