The Ethics of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Nordic Perspectives
Part 4: Justifying Policy Choices in a Pandemic
When: 19 March at 11:00 - 12:00 (CET)
The Nordic Committee of bioethics (NCBIO) is hosting a webinar series on bioethical aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Nordic countries. The aim is to identify ethical aspects of the pandemic, to look at policies and debates with a view on differences and similarities between the countries.
The fourth webinar in the series will discuss the handling of the Icelandic authorities of Covid-19. Their decision making will be evaluated in light of both substantial and procedural principles of public health ethics.
Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Centre for Ethics, University of Iceland
Associate Professor, Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care Bergen Centre for Ethics and Priority Setting
Janne Rothmar Herrman
JUR Centre for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law,
University of Copenhagen
and member of the NCBio