L’éthique de la santé et la pandémie de COVID-19: littérature récente et pertinent

COVID-19 hospital visitor restrictions may fuel obstetric disparities.
Norton A., Gross M., Wilson T. Closler, Johns Hopkins Medicine. 3 juin 2020.

Are thermal cameras a magic bullet for COVID-19 fever detection? There’s not enough evidence to know.
Adams S., Kouzani A., Bucknall T. The Conversation. 27 mai 2020.

Ethical and Practical Issues Associated with the Possibility of Using Controlled Human Infection Trials in Developing a Hepatitis C Virus Vaccine.
Cox A., Sulkowski M., Sugarman J. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 22 mai 2020. https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciaa640.

More evidence hydroxychloroquine Is ineffective, harmful in COVID-19.
Batya Swift Yasgur, Medscape. 22 mai, 2020.

Covid-19 crisis triage — Optimizing health outcomes and disability rights.
Solomon M., Wynia M., Gostin L. New England Journal of Medicine. 19 mai 2020. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp2008300.

Failing the test — The tragic data gap undermining the U.S. pandemic response.
Schneider E. The New England Journal of Medicine. 15 mai 2020. doi: 10.1056/NEJMp2014836.

Optimizing medication treatment of opioid use disorder during COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2).
Leppla I., Gross M.. Journal of Addiction Medicine. 14 mai 2020. doi: 10.1097/ADM.0000000000000678.

Il faut adapter le financement et l’organisation des services à domicile aux réalités du 21e siècle et mettre en place une assurance publique de soins à long terme.
Hébert R. Policy Options / Options politiques. 13 mai 2020.

AI, robots, and ethics in the age of COVID-19.
Howard A, Borenstein J. MIT Sloan. 12 mai 2020.

What if the influenza vaccine did not offer such variable protection?
Bartsch S, Mitgang E, Geller G, Cox SN , O’Shea K, Boyce A, Siegmund S, Kahn J, LeeA. The Journal of Infectious Diseases, jiaa240. 9 mai 2020. doi: 10.1093/infdis/jiaa240.

May hospitals withhold ventilators from COVID-19 patients with pre-existing disabilities? Notes on the law and ethics of disability-based medical rationing.
Bagenstos Samuel. SSRN. Dernière révision: 7 mai 2020.

Following the science without forgetting values.
Stephen Rainey. Practical Ethics Blog. University of Oxford. 7 mai 2020.

Unblinded: systematic racism, institutional oppression, and colorblindness.
Sederstrom Nneka O. AJOB. 7 mai 2020.

The role of solidarity in research in global health emergencies.
Wright K, Sheather J. AJOB. 4 mai 2020; 20:5, 4-6. doi: 10.1080/15265161.2020.1745939.

Public engagement is key for containing COVID-19 pandemic.
Bhatia, R., 2020. Indian J Med Res. 2020;151:118-20. doi: 10.4103/ijmr.IJMR_780_20.

When to reopen the nation is an ethics question—not only a scientific one.
Rieder Travis N., Barnhill Anne, Bernstein Justin, Brian Hutler. The Hastings Center. 28 avril 2020.

How do we decide who gets the ventilators? Polio, ethics and the age of COVID-19.
Jacobs Genevieve. The Riot Act. 26 avril 2020.

The value and ethics of using technology to contain the COVID-19 epidemic.
Dubov Alex, Shoptaw Steven. AJOB. 23 avril 2020.

Research ethics in a public health crisis
AMA. 14 avril 2020.

Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Khoo EJ, Lantos JD. Acta Paediatr. 14 avril 2020. doi: 10.1111/apa.15307. [En ligne avant l’impression]

How can we ramp up hospital capacity to handle the surge of COVID-19 patients? Lont-term acute care hospitals can play a critical role.
Makam A, Grabowski D. Health Affairs Blog. 13 avril 2020.

Le remède sera-t-il finalement pire que le coronavirus?
Chevillot A. Heidi News. 10 avril 2020.

A bioethical perspective for navigating moral dilemmas amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dunham AM, Rieder TN, Humbyrd CJ. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 10 avril 2020. doi: 10.5435/JAAOS-D-20-00371. [En ligne avant l’impression] Aucun résumé disponible.

It takes a community to establish core outcomes for research in covid-19.
Tong A. The BMJ. 9 avril 2020.

Il est justifié d’avoir peur de partager ses données personnelles de santé.
Ringuette L, Quintal A. Le Devoir.  9 avril 2020.

Covid-19—a pivotal moment in community care.
Boivin A. The BMJ. 7 avril 2020.

Science will not come on a white horse with a solution
Arjini N. The Nation. 6 avril 2020.

Triage in the COVID-19 pandemic bioethical and human rights considerations. 
A Joint Technical Report of the Essex Autonomy Project & the Ethics of Powerlessness Project. University of Essex. 6 avril 2020.

Ethics in the time of COVID: What remains the same and what is different.
Kim SYH, Grady C. Neurology. 6 avril 2020. pii: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000009520. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000009520. [En ligne avant l’impression]

I’m disabled and need a ventilator to live. Am I expendable during this pandemic?
Wong A. Vox. 4 avril 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic: Practice and policy considerations for patients with opioid use disorder.
Kelsey K. Health Affairs Blog. 3 avril 2020.

The vital contexts of coronavirus
Shaw D. Blog of the Journal of Medical Ethics. 2 avril 2020.

COVID19: Why justice and transparency in hospital triage policies are paramount.
Schuklenk U. Bioethics. 1 avril 2020. doi: 10.1111/bioe.12744. [En ligne avant l’impression] Aucun résumé disposable.

Cadre de réflexion sur les enjeux éthiques liés à la pandémie de COVID-19.
Comité d’éthique de santé publique. Institut national de santé publique et Commission de l’éthique en science et en technologie. 2020. Québec, QC: 15 p.

Italy in a time of emergency and scarce resources: The need for embedding ethical reflection in social and clinical settings. 
Nicoli F, Gasparetto A. J Clin Ethics. 2020 Spring;31(1):92-94.

The views of patients and the public should be included in policy responses to covid-19.
Immonen K.. The BMJ. 30 mars 2020.

In a pandemic, does patient feedback still matter?
Munro, J. The BMJ. 30 mars 2020.

Cancer research ethics and COVID-19. 
Shuman AG, Pentz RD. Oncologist. 30 mars 2020.

COVID-19 visitation bans for people in institutions put many at risk in other ways
Spagnuolo N, Orsini M. CBC News. 29 mars 2020.

A framework for rationing ventilators and critical care beds during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
White DB, Lo B. JAMA.  27 mars 2020. En ligne avant l’impression.

Responding to COVID-19: How to navigate a public health emergency legally and ethically. 
Gostin LO, Friedman EA, Wetter SA. Gostin LO, et al. Hastings Cent Rep. 26 mars 2020. En ligne avant l’impression.

Fair allocation of scarce medical resources in the time of COVID-19.
Emanuel EJ, Persad G, Upshur R, et al. N Engl J Med. 23 mars 2020.

The toughest triage – Allocating ventilators in a pandemic.
Truog RD, Mitchell C, Daley GQ. N Engl J Med. 23 mars 2020.

Scientific and ethical basis for social-distancing interventions against COVID-19. 
Lewnard JA, Lo NC. Lancet Infect Dis. 23 mars 2020. En ligne avant l’impression.

Strategies to inform allocation of stockpiled ventilators to healthcare facilities during a pandemic. 
Koonin LM, Pillai S, Kahn EB, Moulia D, Patel A. Health Secur. 20 mars 2020. En ligne avant l’impression.

Facing COVID-19 in Italy – Ethics, logistics, and therapeutics on the epidemic’s front line. 
Rosenbaum L. N Engl J Med. 18 mars 2020. En ligne avant l’impression.

Ethical framework for health care institutions & guidelines for institutional ethics services responding to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Berlinger N, Wynia M, Powell T, Hester DM, Milliken A, Fabi R, Cohn F, Guidry-Grimes LK, Watson JC, Bruce L, Chuang EJ, Oei G, Abbott J, Piper Jenks N. The Hastings Center. 16 mars 2020. 12 p.

Rapid outbreak response requires trust. 
Nat Microbiol. 2020 fév.;5(2):227-228.

AI is an ideology, not a technology.
Lanier J. Wired. 13 mars 2020.

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AI is an ideology, not a technology.
Lanier J. Wired. March 13, 2020.

How well did health departments communicate about risk at the start of the swine flu epidemic in 2009?
Ringel JS, Trentacost E, Lurie N. Health Affairs 2009

Facing Sars: psychological impacts on SARS team nurses and psychiatric services in a Taiwan general hospital.
Lee SH, Juang YY, Su YJ, Lee HL, Lin YH, Chao CC. Gen Hosp Psychiatry 2005; 27:352-358

Canadian healthcare workers’ experiences during pandemic H1N1 influenza: Lessons from Canada’s response. A review of the qualitative literature.
Hodge, J. National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases. 2014. Winnipeg, MB. 16 p.

Ethical considerations: care of the critically ill and injured during pandemics and disasters: CHEST consensus statement.
Biddison LD, Berkowitz KA, Courtney B, et al. Chest. oct. 2014;146(4 Suppl):e145S-155S.