National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care
Emergency Preparedness and Pandemics: Ethical Faith-Health Leadership, Supporting Vulnerable Populations
(An HBCU response to COVID-19, et al.)
Respecting and Protecting the Beloved Community, Especially Susceptible and Vulnerable Populations, Rueben C. Warren, DDS, MPH, DrPH, MDiv (bio), Bailus Walker Jr., Ph.D., MPH, Sandy D. Maclin Jr., MDiv, DMin, Stephanie Miles-Richardson, DVM, Ph.D., Willi Tarver, MPH, MLIS, and Crystal M. James, JD, MPH.
Emergency Preparedness for a Pandemic Influenza: Ethical Challenges for Black Ministers and the Public Health Community, Riggins R. Earl Jr., Ph.D.
Preparing for an Influenza Pandemic: Are Some People More Equal than Others?
The Impact of Disparities in Health on Pandemic Preparedness
David Satcher, MD, Ph.D.
Local Public Health Responses to the Threat of Pandemic Flu: Equitable Protection and Communities at Disproportionate Risk
Story Telling and Managing Trauma: Health and Spirituality at Work
Edward P. Wimberly, Ph.D.
Preparing for an Influenza Pandemic: Policy Implications for Rural Latino Populations
Pandemic Influenza Conference: Discussion and Conclusion
John E. Maupin Jr., DDS, MBA