Public health and health inequalities

Library Item Ethical Framework

Place and health inequalities: an ethical framework for evaluating and developing policy

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

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.

Library Item Collaborative Call

UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator / Pandemic and Beyond – Joint Commissioning Call – Policy implications of AHRC-funded ethics and data-handling research during Covid-19: a meta-analysis and review of Covid-19 research from projects in the Pandemic & Beyond portfolio

Workstreams: Data use Foresight Prioritisation Public health and health inequalities Public values, transparency and governance

The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator and Pandemic and Beyond seek to jointly commission a substantial piece of ethics research from an external academic(s) to support their current inquiries.

Library Item Consultation Response

Data use and Public health and health inequalities workstream’s joint response to the mandatory vaccination among frontline health and care staff in England consultation

Workstreams: Data use Public health and health inequalities

This is a joint response by the Data use and Public health and health inequalities workstreams to the Department of Health and Social Care consultation on mandatory vaccination in the NHS.

Library Item Consultation Response

Response to UK Parliament’s Treasury Committee consultation – An equal recovery. By the Public health and health inequalities workstream

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

This is a response by the Public health and health inequalities workstream to the UK Parliament’s Treasury Committee’s consultation, 'An equal recovery', looking at how different forms of inequality have been experienced by different demographics during covid-19.

Library Item Blog & Opinion Piece

The Values of Life, Liberty, and the Law: A Tale of Two (As)Sumptions | Journal of Medical Ethics blog (bmj.com)

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

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.

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Library Item Research Paper

Lord Sumption and the values of life, liberty and security: before and since the COVID-19 outbreak

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

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.

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