“A fine line to walk,” ethics of humanitarian health work

On the November 15th episode of the HJRC, we speak with Professor Lisa Schwartz an ethicist in the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University and the Arnold L. Johnson Chair in Healthcare Ethics. Professor Schwartz speaks to us about her paper, “Ethics in Humanitarian Aid Work: Learning From the Narratives of Humanitarian Health Workers.” The paper is co-authored by Chris Sinding, Matthew Hunt, Laurie Elit, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, Naomi Adelson, Lori Luther, Jennifer Ranford, and Sonya deLaat.

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