Nuffield Council evidence reviews explore community agency and engagement in global health emergencies
05 May 2020
Evidence reviews that explore community agency and community engagement in four global health emergencies have been published by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
New online training course on research in global health emergencies
27 May 2020
Together with The Global Health Network, we have created a new e-learning for researchers covering the core ethical issues that arise when conducting research in global health emergencies.
Policy briefing: Key challenges for ensuring fair and equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines and treatments
29 May 2020
A new policy briefing from the Nuffield Council on Bioethics highlights a need for action to ensure that vaccines and treatments for COVID-19 are offered fairly, to avoid deepening inequalities for disadvantaged populations already hit hardest by the pandemic.
COVID-19 and public involvement in research
08 Jun 2020
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics warmly welcomes news of the Health Research Authority (HRA) public involvement service for COVID-19 studies.
Statement of solidarity
11 Jun 2020
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has long been committed to the principles of equality and, inclusivity, and to the reduction and elimination of disadvantage in all the areas that it examines. Recent events, and the important increase in visibility of Black Lives Matter have rightly given us all pause for thought about whether and how we are actively contributing to necessary change.
New briefing: COVID-19 antibody testing and ‘immunity certification’
18 Jun 2020
We have published a policy briefing highlighting an urgent need for consideration of the ethical questions raised by Covid-19 antibody testing and immunity certification.