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Research Ethics and Epidemics

Im Folgenden sind einige Materialien bzw. aktuellere Literatur zum Thema "Forschungsethik und Epidemie leicht übertragbarer Infektionen" zusammen gestellt.

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Aarons, D (2019). Addressing the challenge for expedient ethical review of research in disasters and disease outbreaks. Bioethics 33: 343– 346

Aarons, D. Research in epidemic and emergency situations: A model for collaboration and expediting ethics review in two Caribbean countries. Developing World Bioeth 18: 375– 384.

Bain LE, Ngwain CG, Nwobegahay J, Sumboh JG, Nditanchou R, Awah PK (2018). Research Ethics Committees (RECs) and epidemic response in low and middle income countries. Pan Afr Med J. 31:209.

Calain P (2018). The Ebola clinical trials: a precedent for research ethics in disasters. Journal of Medical Ethics 44(1): 3-8.

Dubov A, Appleton JH, Campbell S (2016). Ebola Virus Preparedness: Emerging Viruses and Ethics in Laboratory Medicine. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: 140(2): 171-180.

Folayan M, Haire B, Brown B. (2016). Critical role of ethics in clinical management and public health response to the West Africa Ebola epidemic. Risk Manag Healthc Policy 9: 55-65

Folayan M, Haire B (2015). Ethical considerations in the conduct of research on therapies for the prevention and treatment of Ebola virus disease in developing countries. Pan Afr Med J. 22 Suppl 1:8.

Geneviève LD, Wangmo T, Dietrich D, Woolley-Meza O, Flahault A, Elger BS (2018). Research Ethics in the European Influenzanet Consortium: Scoping Review. JMIR Public Health Surveill 4(4): e67.

Gericke CA (2015). Ebola and ethics: autopsy of a failure. BMJ 350: h2105

Gobat N, Amuasi J, Yazdanpanah Y, Sigfid L, Davies H, Byrne JP, Carson G, Butler C, Nichol A, Goossens H (2019). Advancing preparedness for clinical research during infectious disease epidemics. ERJ Open Res 5(2): 00227-2018.

Jamrozik E, Selgelid MJ (2018). Ethics, health policy, and Zika: From emergency to global epidemic? Journal of Medical Ethics 44: 343-348.

Johnson SB, Parker M (2019). The ethics of sequencing infectious disease pathogens for clinical and public health. Nat Rev Genet 20(6), 313–315.

Kim OJ (2016). Ethical Perspectives on the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Epidemic in Korea. J Prev Med Public Health 49(1):18-22.

Kombe F, Folayan M, Ambe J, Igonoh A, Abayomi A; GET Members (2016). Taking the bull by the horns: Ethical considerations in the design and implementation of an Ebola virus therapy trial. Soc Sci Med 148: 163-170.

Kostkova, P (2018). Disease surveillance data sharing for public health: the next ethical frontiers. Life Sci Soc Policy 14, 16.

Mokuwa E, Richards P (2020). How Should Public Health Officials Respond When Important Local Rituals Increase Risk of Contagion? AMA J Ethics 22(1): E5-9.

Rid A, Miller FG (2016). Ethical Rationale for the Ebola “Ring Vaccination” Trial, DesignAmerican Journal of Public Health 106(3): 432-435.

Royo-Bordonada, M.Á., García López, F.J. Ethical considerations surrounding the response to Ebola: the Spanish experience. BMC Med Ethics 17(1): 49.

Rump, B., Timen, A., Hulscher, M., & Verweij, M. (2018). Ethics of Infection Control Measures for Carriers of Antimicrobial Drug–Resistant Organisms. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 24(9): 1609-1616.

Salerno J, Peters ES, Pinney SM, Morain S, Hlaing WM (2019). Untangling the ethical intersection of epidemiology, human subjects research, and public health. Ann Epidemiol 34:1-5.

Saxena, A., Horby, P., Amuasi, J. et al. (2019). Ethics preparedness: facilitating ethics review during outbreaks - recommendations from an expert panel. BMC Med Ethics 20(29).

Saxena, A, Gomes, M (2016). Ethical challenges to responding to the Ebola epidemic: the World Health Organization experience. Clinical Trials 13(1), 96–100.

Schopper D, Ravinetto R, Schwartz L et al. (2017). Research Ethics Governance in Times of Ebola. Public Health Ethics 10(1: 49-61.

Tambo, E., Madjou, G., Khayeka-Wandabwa, C. et al. (2017).Ethical, legal and societal considerations on Zika virus epidemics complications in scaling-up prevention and control strategies. Philos Ethics Humanit Med 12(1): 3.

Ünsal, ÇZ, Akçay D, Büken NÖ et al. (2015). Bioethical Challenges of the Ebola Outbreak. Bioethical Inquiry 12(2): 173–175.

Zhang H, Shao F, Gu J, Li L, Wang Y (2020). Ethics Committee Reviews of Applications for Research Studies at 1 Hospital in China During the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Epidemic. JAMA.
Published online March 23 2020.

Paper unter Beteiligung der AEM

  • "Entscheidungen über die Zuteilung von Ressourcen in der Notfall- und der Intensivmedizin im Kontext der COVID-19-Pandemie" von DIVI, DGINA, DGAI, DGIIN, DGP und AEM ( PDF )

  • Diskussionspapier zu „Möglichkeiten und Grenzen von Ethikberatung im Rahmen der COVID-19-Pandemie“ der AEM (deutsche PDF / english version)

  • Aufruf: Nationale Taskforce "COVID-19-Pandemie" von QUEST Center, BIH, Netzwerk EbM und AEM ( PDF )


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