Professor Angus Dawson is Professor of Bioethics and Director of Sydney Health Ethics (formerly, the Centre for Values, Ethics and Law in Medicine) at the University of Sydney.
His research has mainly focused on ethical issues in public and global health. He has been involved in ethics and policy work for many organisations including the World Health Organization and Médecins Sans Frontières.
Most recently he was one of the editors of Public Health Ethics: Cases Spanning the Globe, a collection containing cases from twenty-three different countries. It is free and has been downloaded 53,000 times. Download it here.
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- Prioritising access to pandemic influenza vaccine: a review of the ethics literature
- Webinar: Bioethics and COVID-19
- Key ethical concepts and their application to COVID-19 research
- Living with COVID-19: Planning policy for the next stage
- An ethics framework for making resource allocation decisions within clinical care: Responding to COVID-19
- Why research ethics should add retrospective review
- Ethics of public health surveillance: new guidelines