COVID – 19 Insights: Ethics, Law and Human Rights perspectives and analysis

We – Health, Ethics and Law Institute (the HEaL Institute) and Indian Journal of Medical Ethics (IJME) – at the Forum for Medical Ethics Society (FMES) are pleased to bring you a critical, analytical blog space entitled ‘COVID-19 Insights’. As a collective, with a long standing commitment to ethics and rights; our goal of bringing these to you is to not let ethics, human rights and legal aspects relegated amidst the urgency of responding to the pandemic… more

Blog 14 | HEaL Institute & IJME – Covid-19 Insights | July 21, 2020

Refusing to treat due to lack of PPE: Brief insights and analysis | Olinda Timms

The Covid-19 pandemic has once again exposed the many deficiencies in our health system and its lack of preparedness in a health crisis. The unfolding pandemic revealed higher infectivity levels, and unpredictable outcomes of infections that escalated the risk level to ‘unacceptable’…more

Blog 13 | HEaL Institute & IJME – Covid-19 Insights | July 16, 2020

Being at the frontline of COVID 19: Conversations with grassroots health care workers | Contributors

In this blog we bring you highlights of a webinar where health care workers (HCW) working at the grassroots took centre stage by coming on board as panellists. They shared their experiences of working during COVID 19. More than a hundred individuals from…more

Blog 12 | HEaL Institute & IJME – Covid-19 Insights | June 18, 2020

Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan: Abdication of State Responsibility | Ravi Duggal

The State Response in India to Covid-19 was as per the now classic Modi modus operandi – surgical strike on people without notification. Surprise and awe characterise Modi’s tactic, whether it was announcement of demonetization…more    Archive

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