Dr Jane Williams was an APPRISE Research Fellow at Sydney Health Ethics and the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney, specialising in public health ethics and policy.
She is a Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values at the University of Wollongong (as of May 2023).
Research interests include: disaster preparedness; cancer screening and screening disinvestment; and women’s health decision making. Jane conducts empirical research using qualitative methodologies.
APPRISE Fellowship Project: Ethics in infectious disease emergencies: research and planning
You can find Jane on twitter @janewilliams141
- Why ethical frameworks fail to deliver in a pandemic: Are proposed alternatives an improvement?
- Disagreement among experts about public health decision making: is it polarisation and does it matter?
- Experiences of risk in Australian hotel quarantine: a qualitative study
- Uncertainty and agency in COVID-19 hotel quarantine in Australia
- Policy considerations for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination from the Collaboration on Social Science in Immunisation
- How should we conduct pandemic vaccination?
- Constructing an ethical framework for priority allocation of pandemic vaccines
- Priority allocation of pandemic influenza vaccines in Australia – Recommendations of 3 community juries
- Prioritising access to pandemic influenza vaccine: a review of the ethics literature