APRU Global Health experts co-publish insights on global health ethics in the time of COVID-19
September 16, 2020
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APRU Global Health Working Groups provide a platform for experts and scholars to develop joint-research and share lessons-learnt.

During a webinar held in May 2020, experts brought together by the Global Health Bioethics Working Group examined ethical challenges in both research and clinical care associated with COVID-19. The inter-disciplinary and international nature of the event offered participating scholars the unique opportunity to analyze these challenges from diverse perspectives and publish the findings in the Journal of Global Health Science.

View the paper here.

Find out details about the authors and the webinar here.

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