Collection of contributions from conference: The proper place of value judgments in public health policy and practice – reflections on the UK experience during the Covid-19 pandemic
A collection of contributions to an event hosted by the Ethics Accelerator and University of Bristol’s Centre for Health, Law, and Society on 23rd May 2022.View content
Conference: The proper place and visibility of value judgments in public health policy and practice.
Monday 23rd May, 11am-2pm The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator hosted a free, online conference to explore, examine, and explain how value judgments did, do, can, and should feature in public decision-making and policy. The full video recording of the event...View content
Living and dying with covid: Ethical complexity and health/health trade-offs
Professor John Coggon, University of Bristol Summary: The prominence of health protection rationales to justify regulatory and policy measures during the covid-19 pandemic has logically drawn attention to health harms, including collateral harms, that have also been created. ‘Health/health trade-offs’...View content