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Global health challenges are ubiquitous, yet the Global South (Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Pacific Islands, and the developing countries in Asia, including the Middle East) is disproportionately affected in comparison to the Global North due to economic inequities.
Global health is also transboundary. It covers the health issues of all people in all countries. Though challenges are not limited to countries with limited resources, there is dire need for increased institutional and personnel capacity in various aspects related to ethics in research, education, management and leadership in the Global South. In addition, the opportunity to learn from the responses and approaches applied by policymakers and health-workers despite the constraints.
This event will address important ubiquitous, transboundary, bioethical cross-cutting issues related to the Sustainable Development Goal 3 - “Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages.” Join this live webinar as the Crosscutting Theme leader, Professor Rosemarie Bernabe and invited speakers discuss and reflect on these contemporary topics:
- Justice, emerging/future technologies and global health;
- Justice, benefit sharing and global health;
- Justice, decolonization and global health.
|13.00||Welcome||Jeanette H. Magnus | Director, Centre for Global Health, UiO|
|Moderator||Rosemarie de La Cruz Bernabe | Professor, Centre for Medical Ethics at UiO|
The Global Code of Conduct for Research in Resource - Poor Settings
Doris Schroeder | Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Central Lancashire
|Promoting Justice and Benefit Sharing in Global Health||
Cristina Torres | Coordinator, The Forum for Ethical Review Committees in the Asian and Western Pacific Region (FERCAP) and Professor of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines
Dilemmas in Clinical Trials in Low-resource Settings
Ole F. Olesen | Executive Director, European Vaccine Initiative
|Panel discussion and Q&A with the audience|
|14.25||Closing remarks||Rosemarie de La Cruz Bernabe|