Conference: The proper place and visibility of value judgments in public health policy and practice.
Monday 23rd May, 11am-2pm The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator hosted a free, online conference to explore, examine, and explain how value judgments did, do, can, and should feature in public decision-making and policy. The full video recording of the event...View content
New public dialogue identifies priority areas for covid-19 policy making: addressing inequalities, building public trust, and involving the public
A new public dialogue exploring the ethical and social considerations of covid-19 has found that addressing the societal inequalities worsened by the pandemic, building trust and transparency into government policies, and involving the public more in policy making are key...View content
Living and dying with covid-19 – an ethical perspective is vital – Press Release
With the worst of the pandemic behind us, even as our country starts to return to normal life, challenging ethical questions remain. How should we evaluate the decisions that were made in the first waves of the covid-19 pandemic? What...View content
Joint UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator and University of Oxford Press Release
A new national initiative to bring ethical thinking into pandemic policy-making launches today. The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator harnesses and mobilises the UK’s internationally renowned expertise in ethics research. Four major UK universities and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics form...View content