March 2020

Faculty Scholars Tackle Ethical Issues in COVID-19 Pandemic

The unprecedented public health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic raises many complex ethical issues – from putting in place public health restrictions on individual liberty, to allocating protective equipment and critical care beds when the need far exceeds supply, to carrying out timely clinical trials during a pandemic to identify effective treatments and vaccines.  

Many Greenwall Faculty Scholars and Alumni/ae are on the front lines caring for those affected by the novel coronavirus and working to develop policies to provide practical recommendations on ethical issues. Here we provide links to their work related to the pandemic (updated through December 31, 2021).

This blog was updated through December 31, 2021.