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  1. Post-COVID-19 WHO Reform: Ethical Considerations.Thana C. de Campos-Rudinsky - forthcoming - Public Health Ethics.
    This study argues against the expansive approach to the WHO reform, according to which to be a better global health leader, WHO should do more, be given more power and financial resources, have more operational capacities, and have more teeth by introducing more coercive monitoring and compliance mechanisms to its IHR. The expansive approach is a political problem, whose root cause lies in ethics: WHO’s political overambition is grounded on WHO’s lack of conceptual clarity on what good leadership means and (...)
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  • Public Health Decisions in the COVID-19 Pandemic Require More Than ‘Follow the Science’.Thana Cristina de Campos-Rudinsky & Eduardo Undurraga - 2021 - Journal of Medical Ethics 47 (5):296-299.
    Although empirical evidence may provide a much desired sense of certainty amidst a pandemic characterised by uncertainty, the vast gamut of available COVID-19 data, including misinformation, has instead increased confusion and distrust in authorities’ decisions. One key lesson we have been gradually learning from the COVID-19 pandemic is that the availability of empirical data and scientific evidence alone do not automatically lead to good decisions. Good decision-making in public health policy, this paper argues, does depend on the availability of reliable (...)
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