Four new research papers published with contributions from our Public Health and Health Inequalities, and Data Use workstream
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...View content
Policy Briefing: Prioritisation of Covid-19 research – questions of justice
In this Policy Briefing for the Public health and health inequalities workstream, Mollie Cornell outlines the key decisions taken on the prioritisation of COVID-19 research and its impact on the UK’s biomedical research ecosystem
Rapid Ethics Review: Covid-19 policies and their unequal impact on the rights and dignity of disabled people
In this Rapid Ethics Review for the Public health and health inequalities workstream, a team led by Dr Kevin De Sabbata examines the unequal impact of Covid-19 policies on the rights and dignity of disabled people
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
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
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.
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
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.
Which inequalities should we focus on in evaluating health policy before, during, and following Covid-19?
In this Ethical framework the Public health and health inequalities team explore societal inequalities and their impact on public policy relating to covid-19.
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
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.