As communities and nations work together to confront the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, difficult decisions lie ahead that raise potential challenges, such as rationing limited health care resources, imposing restrictions to individual movement and liberties, and upholding professional duty to treat in the face of personal danger. The following resources aim to promote ethical reflection and decision making during this pandemic.
Aug 2020 - Breath Is Life
Jul 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Virtue Ethics, Moral Authority, and COVID-19
Jul 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: COVID-19 Pandemic and the Global Climate Crisis
Jul 2020 - Ethics Talk Podcast: Museum Learning to Mitigate Loneliness Among Elders
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast; Social Isolation, Loneliness, and COVID-19
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: White Coats for Black Lives
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Plight of Workers in Low Wage Jobs and COVID-19
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Public Health, Personal Liberties, and COVID-19
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Polling, Politics, and Health Policy in the COVID-19 Era
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Spread of Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia During COVID-19 Pandemic
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Antiracism, Health Equity, and a Post-COVID Future
Jun 2020 - Ethics Talk Podcast: Othering and Belonging in COVID-19
May 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Vaccine Ethics and the Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)
May 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Immunity Status, Social Privilege, and the Novel Coronavirus
May 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Caring for Homeless People During COVID-19 Pandemic
May 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Advance Care Planning and End-of-life Care in the COVID-19 Era
May 2020 - Salvation in a Time of Plague
Apr 2020 - Ethics Talk Videocast: Caring for Incarcerated Individuals During COVID-19 Pandemic
Apr 2020 - Ethics Talk Podcast: Disability Community Perspectives on COVID-19
Apr 2020 - Ethics Talk Podcast: Health Equity After COVID-19
Apr 2020 - Cohesion in Distancing
Mar 2020 - Ethics Talk Podcast: COVID-19 Pandemic Response
Mar 2020 - Oscaring Parasite
Jan 2020 - Culture, Context and Epidemic Containment
Jan 2020 - How Should Clinicians Respond to International Public Health Emergencies?
Jan 2020 - How Should the WHO Guide Access and Benefit Sharing During Infectious Disease Outbreaks?
Jan 2020 - What Should Health Science Journalists Do in Epidemic Responses?
Jan 2020 - Making Emergency Use of Experimental Vaccine Safer
Jan 2020 - When Are Vaccine Mandates Appropriate?
Jun 2019 - Ethics Talk Podcast: What Are Clinicians' Obligations to Patients Who Express Bias or Discrimination?
May 2019 - Ethics Talk Podcast: When and How Should ECMO Be Initiated and Removed?
Sep 2017 - Compassionate Release Policy Reform: Physician as Advocates for Human Dignity
Sep 2017 - Hydrochlorothiazide
Mar 2015 - Ethics Talk Podcast: Exempting Vaccinations - An Interview with Dr. Richard Pan, Special Podcast
Dec 2014 - Telemedicine's Challenges for the Medical Profession
Sep 2010 - Natural Disasters, Quarantine, and Public Health Emergencies
Sep 2010 - Conducting Clinical Research during Disasters
Sep 2010 - The Patient-Physician Relationship in Quarantine
Apr 2006 - Ethical Questions Posed by Emerging Epidemics
Apr 2006 - Is Mandatory Vaccination Legal in Time of Epidemic?
Apr 2006 - Allocating Scarce Resources in a Pandemic: Ethical and Public Policy Dimensions
Apr 2006 - Changing the Rules in Times of Crisis: Do Desperate Times Allow Desperate Measures?
Apr 2006 - "I'm Sorry but You Can't Leave": Patients, Physicians, and Quarantine, Commentary 1
Apr 2006 - "I'm Sorry but You Can't Leave": Patients, Physicians, and Quarantine, Commentary 2
May 2004 - Ethical Issues in Emergency Preparedness and Response for Health Professionals
May 2004 - Disaster Triage
May 2004 - Good Samaritans and Public Perils: Our Duties to Doctors