Ethical Issues in the Ebola Pandemic
In this talk, Dr. Kevin Donovan, director of Georgetown's Center for Clinical Bioethics, discusses some of the most pressing moral issues raised in the ongoing global Ebola outbreak in a dynamic, interactive session. Dr. Donovan is well-known in the field for leadership as a physician-ethicist and is a clinical partner at Georgetown's Kennedy Institute of Ethics.
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