The COVID-19 Pandemic: Ethical Challenges and Considerations
The COVID-19 Pandemic will likely be seen as having had a profound effect on how we live and work, as well its economic and health repercussions. But it also brought ethical issues and challenges into focus, from ‘Fake News’ to issues of individual freedom.
The COVID-19 Pandemic: Ethical Challenges and Considerations addresses issues including the right to vaccinate, and the right to refuse vaccination; the responsibilities of government in a pandemic; the individual or collective locus of moral agency; the moral responsibility of the media in a pandemic; the ethical, moral and practical lessons from COVID 19.
Editors: Dr Eleftheria Egel is Managing Director and Founder of Navigating Transformation, a female entrepreneurship consultancy, Müllheim, Germany. Dr Cheryl Patton is an Adjunct Faculty member at Eastern University, Pennsylvania, USA
Title: The COVID-19 Pandemic Collection
Sub-title: Ethical Challenges and Considerations
Subject Classification: COVID19, Society and Culture, Medicine and Medical Ethics
BIC Classification: MJCJ, JF, MBP
Binding: Hardback, pp. (to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: March 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-871891-79-9
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-871891-80-5
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