The Yale School of Public Health presents
Christopher Cole, A Place to Nourish your Health; Jennifer Mootz, Columbia University and NY State Psychiatric Institute; Johanna Elumn, Health Justice Lab:
“Ethics of HIV/AIDS Research and Practice among Vulnerable Populations Impacted by Humanitarian Crises.”
Moderated by Kaveh Khoshnood, Yale School of Public Health.
Ethics are a critical foundation in providing equitable access to HIV prevention, treatment, and care. Conducting work in humanitarian settings can compound numerous ethical considerations for researchers and practitioners alike. These considerations include recognizing the different contexts of humanitarian crises such as armed conflict, natural disasters, forced migration, or mass incarceration and understanding how these crises may impact people with or at risk for HIV.