Our outputs include rapid research reviews, commentaries and policy guidance, as well as commissioned research, consultation responses and stakeholder engagement. A selection of recent UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator outputs follow.
The Accelerator offers a diversity of intellectual views and analysis. All branded outputs have been peer reviewed before publication.
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Response to NHSX Data Saves Lives Consultation
The Accelerator’s Data use workstream response to the NHSX Data Saves Lives Consultation
Pandemic Public Engagement Tracker
This page from the Accelerator’s public values, transparency and governance work stream tracks studies and projects involving public engagement and covid-19.View content
Should covid vaccines be compulsory for care home staff? Experts debate
In this blog for the Conversation colleagues Dominic Wilkinson and Julian Savulescu argue for and against compulsory vaccination of care home staff.View contentlaunch
The Values of Life, Liberty, and the Law: A Tale of Two (As)Sumptions | Journal of Medical Ethics blog (bmj.com)
In this blog accompanying his article in the Journal of Medical Ethics, John Coggon argues that Lord Sumption's apparent inconsistencies in his positions are not clearly reconcilable, and invite critical analysis of his impacts on health law and policy.View contentlaunch
Lord Sumption and the values of life, liberty and security: before and since the COVID-19 outbreak
In this article in the Journal of Medical Ethics John Coggon argues that Lord Sumption's apparent inconsistencies in his positions are not clearly reconcilable, and invite critical analysis of his impacts on health law and policy.View contentlaunch
Should we delay covid-19 vaccination in children?
In this Head to head article in the BMJ, Dominic Wilkinson argues in favour of delaying covid-19 vaccination in children.View contentlaunch
Covid: Why we should stop testing in schools
In this blog for the Conversation Dominic Wilkinson, Jonathan Pugh and Julian Savulescu argue that whether we should continue testing and having bubbles in schools is not a scientific question, but an ethical one.View contentlaunch
Public engagement in a healthcare crisis: lessons from Ebola for covid-19 and the pandemics to come
By Jamie Webb The Overseas Development Institute described the 2014–16 Ebola outbreak as an ‘epidemic of mistrust: the flame of a virus hitting the tinder of suspicion.’ Local communities, sceptical of the motivations of foreign organisations and governments following a...View content
Making people visible in care home data
In this blog for the International Long-Term Care Policy Network Cian O'Donovan writes about the Rapid Ethics Review of data use in the UK care home sector, in which he and colleagues argue that data infrastructures expanded to monitor and...View contentlaunch