Public Mental Health and the Ethics of Covid-19 Lockdowns (Anscombe Bioethics Centre - Covid 19 Briefing Paper)

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The Anscombe Bioethics Centre has published a new briefing paper in its COVID-19 series, on ‘Public Mental Health and the Ethics of COVID-19 Lockdowns’.

All Anscombe COVID-19 briefing papers can be found on their dedicated page for this series. This series aims to address ethical issues of particular interest to the Catholic community, and the wider general public, that have arisen in the course of the pandemic. These papers examine the challenges we have faced and the lessons to be learnt in order to improve the ongoing response to coronavirus, and they also identify key questions for a post-COVID-19 future.

In order of publication, the briefing papers address the following topics:

1. Resource allocation and ventilators
2. COVID-19 vaccines and foetal cell-lines
3. The NICE guideline on critical care decision-making for adults
4. Care homes and older members of the community
5. COVID-19 and adults with learning disabilities or autism
6. Commentary on the Pontifical Academy for Life’s Global Pandemic and Universal Brotherhood
7. The ethics of pandemic lockdowns
8. An Irish perspective on the ethics of triage
9. Public mental health and the ethics of lockdown

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