Autumn edition of Reflections newsletter now available!

Check out the latest edition of the Reflections newsletter and archives of past issues. In the Autumn edition: HumEthNet member Stephanie Nixon is profiled In Focus; Maria Berghs provides a provocative commentary on "Disability and humanitarian healthcare ethics"; A rich collection of new…

New Article on Disaster and Disability

"Haitian and international responders’ and decision-makers’ perspectives regarding disability and the response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake" by Matthew R. Hunt, Ryoa Chung, Evelyne Durocher, and Jean Hugues Henrys. Background: Following disasters, persons with disabilities (PWD) are especially vulnerable to harm, yet they have commonly been excluded from disaster planning, and their needs have been poorly addressed during disaster relief. Following the 2010 Haiti earthquake, thousands of individuals experienced acute injuries. Many more individuals with preexisting disabilities experienced heightened vulnerability related to considerations including safety, access to services, and meeting basic needs.

New Case in the ENHA Case Study Series

Case studies are made available for a variety of training and reflection purposes. They can be used in conjunction with the Humanitarian Health Ethics Analysis Tool (HHEAT) or on their own. Patient Transfer During Period of Heightened Security Threat Setting: A field…