COVID 19 Impetus and Catalyst for an Ethical Imperative for Global Collaboration

COVID-19 vividly illustrates the critical need to commit steadfastly to global biomedical ethics as an ethical imperative for the prevention and treatment of disease. We confront the pandemic against a rising tide of political and cultural nationalist sentiment that impede collaboration and multilateralism. But our integrity and indeed our very self-preservation depend upon a moral obligation to the global community. While the virus ubiquity highlights this ethical imperative, the practice of medicine generally demands this commitment.


Madeleine Schachter*

Abstract | PDF

Share this  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  Google+
30+ Million Readerbase
Recommended Conferences
Google scholar citation report
Citations : 63

Journal of Infectious Diseases and Treatment received 63 citations as per google scholar report

Journal of Infectious Diseases and Treatment peer review process verified at publons
Abstracted/Indexed in
  • Google Scholar
  • China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI)
  • Cosmos IF
  • Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI)
  • WorldCat
  • Secret Search Engine Labs

View More »

Flyer image


agar io


wormax io