San Francisco November 22, 2011 “Global Health Ethics is once again in the
forefront of discussion with the recently published Oxford Handbook
of Neuroethics chapter emphasizing the relevance of biomedical, clinical and
public health ethics within the global medical and academic community. Child Family Health International's (CFHI) Evaleen
Jones M.D., Jessica Evert M.D., Scott Loeliger M.D., and Steve Schmidbauer co-authored
the chapter on the importance of establishing and sustaining an ethical
framework for educational global health programs.
With growing interest in global health experiences among the
medical and academic community, there are genuine concerns regarding equity,
justice, and sustainability within underserved communities. CFHI's chapter discusses global citizenship
via a socially responsible framework to create positive global health educational
experiences for students and host communities, connecting students with local
health professionals and through direct investments in local community based
Read the full CFHI press release about the publication.
Read CFHI's Global Health Ethics Chapter.
Learn about CFHI's 20+ Global Health Programs in 6 Countries.