COVID-19 Vaccination: Ethics in Practice in a Time of Pandemic in the UK and Ireland
From Iain Mcgee on June 28th, 2021
Professor David Archard, Chair, Nuffield Council on Bioethics, UK and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Queen’s University Belfast
Ms Patricia Donnelly, Head, COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, Northern Ireland
Dr Siobhan Ní Bhriain, Consultant Psychiatrist of Old Age, HSE Integrated Care Lead and Member, National Public Health Emergency Team for COVID-19 (NPHET), Ireland
This webinar is part of a programme of activities for the project, A Public Health Ethics and Law Research Network (PHELN) in the UK and Ireland (ES/V009222/1), which is funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council and the Irish Research Council.
For further details about the PHELN project, see: https://www.law.ed.ac.uk/research/research-projects/pheln
00:07 - Welcome
00:35 - Background to PHELN Project with Anne-Maree Farrell and Mary Donnelly
03:40 - Introduction to Event
06:06 Question 1 - What Values have, or should have, informed the COVID-19 vaccination programme
22:57 - Question 2 - How do we go about determining priority groups for vaccinations? How should we have gone about it?
39:58 - Question 3 - What are some of the practical issues faced when implementing this type of vaccination programme?