The Global Health Ethics Seminars Series (GHES)
Globalization means that public health issues are no longer contained by national borders. A public health crisis in one country can quickly spread to its neighbors and impact the rest of the global community. In these scenarios, ethical questions are of central importance.
We have created a regular seminar series examining key issues in global bioethics, titled “Global Health Ethics Seminars” (GHES). The aim is to provide a space in which leading ethicists, health care workers, policy makers and patients from across the world can come together to provide practical answers to the major moral and ethical questions that arise during times of global health crises.