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Our most cited article? "Ethics Consultation in US Hospitals: A National Survey" by Ellen Fox, Sarah Myers & Robert A. Pearlman
“You really can’t separate participating in a clinical trial from how a person feels the system treats them,” said Onyema Ogbuagu, the infectious disease doctor running the Pfizer trial at Yale.
https://www.statnews.com/2020/09/25/among-people-of-color-asked-to-join-covid-19-vaccine-trials-worries-about-inequities-run-deep/ via @statnews
Disparities persist under the #COVID-19 pandemic. Vulnerable communities to the virus have also been underrepresented in clinical trials. These worries are based on historical examples of discrimination in clinical practice and study design. #bioethics
"Black women are marginalized again, even as they seek medical care. Their health suffers under systemic racism, exacerbated by sexism." @michelebgoodwin paints a picture of biases in healthcare disproportionately affecting black women. #bioethics
This week on #EthicsTalk, Dr. Nancy Krieger of @HarvardChanSPH discusses #COVID19, population health and its impact on historical injustices and structural racism. @JournalofEthics https://bit.ly/2Hu4qPc