New Publication: A Neglected Tropical Disease and GenderDisparity During WartimeNew Publication:
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New publication by Handreen Mohammed Saeed in the Global Health Annual Review. He shares some reflections of his experiences working as a physician in Northern Iraq. Check it out here: https://journals.mcmaster.ca/ghar/article/view/3419/2265 ..read more
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New Publication: Providing Care to a Potential Aggressor: An Ethical DilemmaNew Publication:
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Member of the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group, Handreen Mohammed Saeed, just published an article on the journal of Narrative Inquiries in Bioethics. You can check it out here: https://muse.jhu.edu/pub/1/article/911247/summary In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:  Healthcare Under Fire: Stories from Healthcare Workers During Armed Conflict 21 of feces in burn pits, and the dehydrating restless nights in the sweltering heat. I was depressed that I would likely miss the birth of my bride’s and my fifth child. The initial ambivalence of our efforts turne ..read more
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Recent Publication: Ethical Considerations Associated with Closing a Non-communicable Disease Program in a Humanitarian Setting
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6M ago
Click here to read the article Members of the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group, Handreen Mohammed Saeed, Lisa Schwartz, and Matthew Hunt, share their recent case study on the ethical considerations with closing a non-communicable disease program in a humanitarian setting. ABSTRACT Managing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in crisis-affected and fragile humanitarian contexts requires special attention because primary health care systems often collapse or become compromised in such settings. As a result, addressing and managing these diseases become more challenging. Humanitarian organi ..read more
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Webinar – Bioethics and Global Health: In Search of Common Ground
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7M ago
September 5 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm UTC+1 We would like to invite you to register for our next Black and Brown in Bioethics (https://blackbrownbioethics.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/) webinar Join us for “Bioethics and Global Health: In Search of Common Ground”. Register online: https://blackbrownbioethics.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/event/bioethics-and-global-health-in-search-of-common-ground/ We have an amazing lineup of speakers: Caesar Atuire (University of Ghana and University of Oxford), Sharon Kaur (University of Malaya), and Isabella Aboderin (Perivoli Africa Research Centre). The ..read more
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Call for Stories – Healthcare under fire: Stories of healthcare workers during armed conflict
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1y ago
For more information see https://nibjournal.org/submit/calls/  or click here Deadline for proposals is 22 March 2023 ..read more
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Join the First Session: Study of a Participatory Assessment Tool for Community-Led Humanitarianism
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1y ago
Register here: bit.ly/3b2yvEn The Movement for Community-Led Development (MCLD), a global consortium of 1500+ civil society organizations from around the world, developed through collaborative research a Participatory CLD Assessment Tool to orient dialogue around CLD processes in project design, implementation, and closure. The aim is that program officers, funders, governments, community members, and NGOs can use this tool to determine how the program aligns with the CLD characteristics, and enable reviewers and stakeholders to undertake course corrections, where agreed and nee ..read more
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Kawakeb Webinar: The Ethical Considerations in the Research Conducted During Armed Conflicts
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1y ago
Register Here Dr. Ghaiath is a medical doctor, bioethicist, and assistant professor in medical ethics and law at Trinity College Dublin. He earned a master’s degree and PhD in bioethics from the University of Toronto, Canada, and the University of Birmingham, UK, respectively. He is the main co-author of the Professionalism and Ethics Handbook for Residents, the main training and medical licensing examination reference for medical ethics in Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries. He has also contributed to other training manuals, including the WHO’s Training manual on ethics in epidemics, e ..read more
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Palliative Care in Humanitarian Crises: A Video
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2y ago
Erin Lin, an undergraduate student at McMaster University, has been working alongside HHERG members, Lisa Schwartz and Rachel Yantzi, on a video on Palliative Care in Humanitarian Crises. You can check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments ..read more
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Webinar: COVID-19 Response in Humanitarian Settings
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2y ago
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New Contribution: Key questions to ask when facing dilemmas during COVID-19 response in humanitarian settings
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2y ago
23/03/2022 New contribution by Humanitarian Health Ethics research members Matthew Hunt and Lisa Schwartz in partnership with GHC COVID-19 task team. You can read it now here. Overview of Report Health Clusters and partners are often facing challenges in humanitarian settings. COVID-19 has intensified pressures and worsened resource constraints forcing difficult decisions on how and what assistance to provide. The tool provides insights on key ethical concepts, some simple steps and key questions to ask when supporting staff who are facing ethical dilemmas and must make difficult decisions bas ..read more
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