The felicitous occasion of Michael Sandel delivering the inaugural Kissel Lecture in Ethics on behalf of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics provides a fit opportunity to advocate for the synergies that can occur by joining moral philosophy with institutional corruption theory in a sustained, mutually beneficial dialogue.
HMSbioethicsNewsweek asks in its cover story: Who would you save? In it, @HMSbioethics director Robert Truog says coronavirus-related rationing arrives in an already unfair system. And Glenn Cohen of @PetrieFlom argues for legal protections for physicians. t.co/qItX1PSI99
achakravaSome of the best, most thoughtful responses to #COVID19 are emerging from an unusually interdisciplinary set of thinkers including @dsallentess and @glenweyl. I strongly hope the blueprint they are advocating gets wide uptake. Check it out here: t.co/QyR6mR4VpU
HarvardFxbIn our webinar, Health Equity for People Experiencing Homelessness During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Maggie Sullivan talks about some of the factors that make #COVID19 more difficult for people experiencing homelessness, while health care for homeless programs are squeezed. t.co/TMyw5o1uia