Triage and Human Rights
The EAP research team, with Dr Vivek Bhatt as the lead author, has published an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics entitled ‘Human rights and COVID-19 triage: a comment on the Bath protocol’. The article draws upon human rights to address a set of tensions in a triage protocol suggested by Cook et al. (2020).
Triage and Discrimination
Wayne Martin recently published a book chapter on triage and discrimination: ‘Discrimination, Triage and Denial-of-Treatment: Lessons from COVID-19 in the UK‘.
In collaboration with the Ethics of Powerless project and the Essex Human Rights Centre, the Autonomy Project has produced a technical report on bioethical and human rights issues raised by triage during the Covid-19 pandemic.
See the full report below:
In collaboration with the Essex Explores public lecture series, Prof Wayne Martin (Director of the Autonomy Project) delivered an online public lecture. Title: The Ethics of Triage: Philosophy in the Time of COVID-19.
See the full recording below: