Jim Thomas, MPH, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, uses the COVID-19 pandemic to illustrate differences between public health ethics and medical ethics, including the origins of ethics, and the roles of trust, transparency, inclusivity, reciprocity, and decision-making.
- Product: Sage Research Methods Video: Medicine and Health
- Type of Content: Tutorial
- Title: Distinguishing Public Health Ethics From Medical Ethics
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2021
- Online pub date:
- Discipline: Medicine
- Methods: Ethical codes, Ethical approval, Community-based research, Populations, Population parameters, Epidemiology, Data collection, Systems analysis, Participatory research, Participatory epidemiology
- Duration: 00:16:00
Keywords: autonomy, community-based research ethics, decision making, epidemiology, ethical considerations, exposure routes, inclusion, individual rights, medical ethics, pandemic planning, pandemics, public health, public health harm reduction, reciprocity, Safety net, Social distancing, Social inequality, transparency, trust
Academic: Jim ThomasOnline ISBN: 9781529777604Copyright: 2021 SAGE Publications, Ltd.