Monthly Archives: May 2020
Keeping Mental Health on COVID-19 Practice & Policy Agendas
Rachel Cooper, Josh Landry, and Angel Petropanagos summarize ethical issues related to pandemic-related practices and policies that disproportionately impact mental health patients and urge decision makers to include the perspectives of marginalized mental health patients in pandemic planning and policy decisions.
Civil Liberties & the Rhetoric of Physical Distancing
Aidan Hayes urges caution in how politicians, scholars, and health professionals defend responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
Abortion is Always Essential Medical Care
Janis Broder and Celeste E. Orr denounce the use of the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to make abortion inaccessible.