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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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Library Item Ethical Framework

Summary of Recommendations – Ethical Framework: The ethics of controlled human infection model studies for mitigating pandemic risks

Workstreams: Prioritisation

This is the summary of recommendations for the Ethical Framework, from our Prioritisation workstream and 1 Day Sooner about requirements for ethical conduct in Controlled Human Infection Model studies to mitigate pandemic risk.

Library Item Ethical Framework

Ethical Framework: The ethics of controlled human infection model studies for mitigating pandemic risks

Workstreams: Prioritisation

In this Ethical Framework, our Prioritisation workstream and 1 Day Sooner provide guidance on when it may be appropriate to conduct Controlled Human Infection Model studies and the requirements for their ethical conduct in mitigating pandemic risk.

News & Events Podcasts

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator / Going Viral Podcast Series – Bonus Episode: Interview With Sir Michael Marmot on Covid Inequalities

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator has commissioned a four-part podcast mini-series, focusing on pandemic ethics, in collaboration with the longstanding, successful Going Viral the Podcast, hosted by the medical historian and science writer, Mark Honigsbaum Bonus Episode: Covid Inequalities with Professor Sir Michael Marmot Professor...

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Library Item Podcasts

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator / Going Viral Podcast Series

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator has commissioned a four-part podcast mini-series, focusing on pandemic ethics, in collaboration with the longstanding, successful Going Viral the Podcast, hosted by the medical historian and science writer, Mark Honigsbaum

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News & Events Podcasts

The Pandemic Ethics Accelerator Podcasts

This six-part podcast series is hosted by David Edmonds and features interviews with members of the Ethics Accelerator research team, covering some of the themes that emerged from our research. All episodes can be found at the University of Oxford...

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News & Events Podcasts

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator / Going Viral Podcast Series – Episode 3: How Many Deaths Are Too Many?

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator has commissioned a four-part podcast mini-series, focusing on pandemic ethics, in collaboration with the longstanding, successful Going Viral the Podcast, hosted by the medical historian and science writer, Mark Honigsbaum Episode 3: How many deaths is too many? From the outset...

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News & Events Podcasts

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator / Going Viral Podcast Series – Episode 2: Were Unequal Outcomes Inevitable during Covid-19?

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator has commissioned a four-part podcast mini-series, focusing on pandemic ethics, in collaboration with the longstanding, successful Going Viral the Podcast, hosted by the medical historian and science writer, Mark Honigsbaum Episode 2: Were unequal outcomes inevitable during Covid-19? When Covid-19 first...

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Library Item Commissioning calls

Commissioned review by Dr. Eleanor O’Keeffe: Setting an ethical direction – how the Covid-19 public inquiry can learn from research in the arts and humanities

A 'meta-analysis' of research from the UKRI / AHRC Pandemic & Beyond portfolio, co-commissioned by the Pandemic Ethics Accelerator and Pandemic & Beyond, produced by Dr. Eleanor O'Keeffe

Library Item Research Paper

Four new research papers published with contributions from our Public Health and Health Inequalities, and Data Use workstream

Workstreams: Data use Public health and health inequalities

Four research papers have recently been published under the Accelerator’s Public Health and Health Inequalities, and Data Use workstreams. These feature Public Health and Health Inequalities workstream lead, Prof. John Coggon (University of Bristol); workstream researcher Dr. Beth Kamunge-Kpodo (University...

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