Duties to Care in a Coronavirus Pandemic: Should I Stay Home Today? (April 2)
Ethical Dimensions of Quarantine and Isolation: Clinical and Social Perspective (April 9)
Crisis Standards of Care in a Pandemic (April 16)
Erin Lynch, MARC Emergency Services and Homeland Security Program Director
Michael Moncure, MD, Professor in Department of Surgery at University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Medicine
A look at regional preparedness and response, the Health Care Coalition’s role, and how escalating to Crisis Standards of Care impacts clinical practice.
A deep dive into the ethical considerations to be taken while providing care during pandemic.
A kit of various sample policies and standards assembled by UW Medicine.
Perspective article on hospital planning for COVID-19 triage.
Guidance On Hospital Prep From The Johns Hopkins Center For Health Security
From New York state task force on life and the law, state department of health (2015): ventilator allocation guidelines
In 2009, the Center for Practical Bioethics, in partnership with regional healthcare, research, and education institutions, wrote and published this guidance document for ethical planning for Pandemic Influenza. It contains timely insight for ethics committee members and others interested in preparing for and responding to pandemic illnesses.
Center for Advancement of Palliative Care has assembled a Covid-19 comprehensive toolkit for those serving patients who are at particular risk. The kit includes crisis communication and treatment protocols , and tools to help teams address high levels of volume and stress.
This review outlines the key ethics topics related to crisis standards of care (CSC) and provides a round-up of related literature.
A discussion of the ethical issues facing providers during a pandemic.
Supplemental audio interview for the CHEST publication.