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COVID Ethics Series

Intentions and Limits of Aid: Best Practices in the Fight Against COVID-19

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Intentions and Limits of Aid: Best Practices in the Fight Against COVID-19
 
Aiding in the fight against COVID19 can be challenging, especially for those without the necessary healthcare training or proper placement within current health-providing institutions. This is because the most impactful practice for many of us “doing” what is often seen as doing nothing: staying away from others. In our next COVID Ethics Session, Prof. Bryan Pilkington speaks with students from the HMSOM, CON, and SHMS at Seton Hall University about the novel ways they are aiding in the fight against COVID19 – from organizing fundraisers, to writing research briefs, to assisting in actual practice – these students are making an impact.

YouTube play buttonA recording of this discussion is available below.

Recording