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.
Covid-19 and the loss of disability rights: A view from the inside
By Abigail Pearson in collaboration with Kevin De Sabbata, Laura Pritchard-Jones, and Anthony Wrigley On23rd March 2020, the prime minister, Boris Johnson, announced the first Covid lockdown. This measure was frustrating for many citizens; yet, for people with disabilities, it...View content
Ethical Framework: The justice of pandemic biomedical research priorities
In this Ethical Framework from our Public health and health inequalities workstream, Mollie Cornell presents a justice-based approach to understanding the ethical implications of pausing non-Covid biomedical research
Rapid Ethics Review: Older people and pandemic containment – a human rights perspective
In this Rapid Ethics Review for the Public health and health inequalities workstream, Dr Kevin De Sabbata shows how a human rights approach can help to solve conflicts between rights of older and younger people in a pandemic
Westminster workshop summary: Building public values into pandemic recovery and preparedness
This document provides a summary of the talks and discussion at the workshop held in Westminster on 18th May 2022. The event brought together 40 Parliamentarians, policymakers, patient representatives, and academics.
Ethical Framework: A human rights approach to evaluating and responding to ethical challenges and dilemmas during a pandemic
In this Ethical framework by Dr Kevin De Sabbata from the University of Keele for the Public health and health inequalities workstream, how a human rights approach can help to address ethical challenges in a pandemic is explored
Vaccine Boosters, Vaccine Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism
In this rapid ethics review, the Prioritisation team, with Aksel Sterri and Emily Kinder, analyse the ethical ramifications of conflicting approaches to the allocation of Covid-19 vaccine boosters, between arguments for countries prioritising doses for their own citizens vs arguments...
UK Covid-19 Inquiry: Terms of Reference Consultation
Written response submitted by the UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator’s Data Use workstream to the online consultation at www.ukcovid19inquiry.citizenspace.com
Place and health inequalities: an ethical framework for evaluating and developing policy
In this Ethical framework by Dr Beth W. Kamunge of the Public health and health inequalities workstream, the impact place has on health inequalities is explored.
Hopkins Van Mil / UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator – Pandemic ethics: a public dialogue
This public dialogue explores the ethical and societal considerations of Covid-19, Covid-19 recovery, and future pandemics. View the report or download below: HVM_UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator_ReportView content
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee call for evidence: Coronavirus Act (2020) Two Years On
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