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Ethox colleagues Michael Parker and Mehrunisha Suleman are featured in a collection of contributions from the conference: The proper place of value judgments in public health policy and practice – reflections on the UK experience during the Covid-19 pandemic

The conference was hosted by the UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator and the University of Bristol’s Centre for Health, Law, and Society on 23 May 2022.

It brought together a range of experts to explore how value judgments feature in public decision-making and policy. It asked whether, and how, ethics was incorporated into practice and planning during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what this means for how we should approach bringing ethics into public health challenges in the future.

The conference collection includes four short, themed videos, the conference recording and written expert contributions. It can be accessed on the UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator website.

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