Public health Videocast Aug 2021 Ethics Talk: Fighting Global HIV/AIDS During the COVID Pandemic Dr Chris Beyrer examines the challenges facing the US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. Videocast Jul 2021 Ethics Talk: Should Adolescents Be Able to Consent for COVID-19 Vaccinations? Abigail English talks about the ethical and legal implications of adolescents consenting for COVID-19 vaccination. Videocast Jun 2021 Ethics Talk: Building Trustworthiness and Ethical Public Health Practice Drs Alicia Best and Faith Fletcher talk about building trustworthiness by advancing equity and inclusion in bioethics and public health. Videocast Mar 2021 Ethics Talk: Surviving COVID Without Water and Other Utilities? Leaders from a coalition of environmental, human rights, and religious organizations talk about the need to enact a nationwide moratorium on utilities shutoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Videocast Jan 2021 Ethics Talk: COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in the Health Care Workforce Dr Arthur Caplan talks about hesitancy among US health care workers to take COVID-19 vaccines authorized by the FDA for emergency use. Videocast Aug 2020 Ethics Talk: Revitalizing Democracy During COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond, Part 1 American Academy of Arts and Sciences commission members talk about their June 2020 report recommendations aimed at restoring trust in our constitutional democracy. Videocast Aug 2020 Ethics Talk: Revitalizing Democracy During COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond, Part 2 American Academy of Arts and Sciences commission members talk about the link between civic and public health at a time when both are under threat. Videocast Jun 2020 Ethics Talk: Public Health, Personal Liberties, and COVID-19 Prof Larry Gostin talks about balancing public health ethics and personal civil liberties during this COVID-19 pandemic.