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“The Ethics of Conducting Health Research in Humanitarian Settings: Principles, Practice, and Reflections from the Field”

The goal of virtual panel is to facilitate a multidisciplinary discussion on the ethical complexities of conducting health research in humanitarian settings that can inform ongoing work and future collaborations in this topic. This panel is part of a series of events focused on “Managing Health during Humanitarian Crises” that aim to identify research gaps regarding health in humanitarian settings, develop an agenda for future scholarly work, and generate synergies among researchers.


  • Laura Bothwell, Yale School of Public Health


  • Frederick Altice, Yale School of Medicine
  • Lydia Barakat, Yale School of Medicine
  • Madelon Baranoski, Yale School of Medicine
  • Dónal O'Mathúna, The Ohio State University College of Nursing

This panel is organized by the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) at Yale University (P30MH062294, PI: Trace Kershaw, PhD) and the Yale AIDS Program, with the support of the Yale MacMillan Center's Kempf Memorial Fund (PIs: Julia Rozanova, PhD and Sheela Shenoi, MD, MPH).



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