Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Financial Barriers and Interventions

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, Founder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.

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Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Gender and Culture

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, Founder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Bidirectional Safety

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, Founder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Assessing Student Success and Safety in Global Health Programs

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, Founder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Reader Response, from the Palliative Care Perspective- Part II

Written by Dr. Randi R. Diamond, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine and Director of the Liz Claiborne Center for Humanism in Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center


In response to a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North.
I have been following the excellent entries in Global Health Diaries on Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health. I am currently here in Uganda seeing palliative care patients and wanted to respond to a recent cases that others have written about, but from the perspective of a palliative care physician.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Reader Response, from the Palliative Care Perspective- Part I

Written by Dr. Randi R. Diamond, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine and Director of the Liz Claiborne Center for Humanism in Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center


In response to a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North.
I have been following the excellent entries in the Global Health Diaries on Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health. I am currently here in Uganda seeing palliative care patients and wanted to respond to a recent cases that others have written about, but from the perspective of a palliative care physician.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Reader Response

Written by Reverend Professor Luboga


In response to a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North.
It is always difficult for anyone to watch a patient, especially a young one, die. However, it can be particularly emotionally traumatic for a visiting student. I believe the student should desist from doing any such thing as prescribing medication.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Promoting Global Consciousness

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, cofounder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Feelings of Guilt and Helplessness

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, cofounder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.

Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health: Promoting Global Consciousness

Written by Dr. Stephen Winters, and Dr. Robert Kalyesubula, cofounder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability, Nakaseke, Uganda


From a series of discussions about ethical dilemmas in global health, with responses from one global health leader in the Global South and one in the Global North. Please leave us your feedback in the comments section below, and send us ethical dilemmas you would like to see discussed.
Many students and faculty visiting other countries often deal with culture shock. How can the stress and frustration of culture shock be mitigated? What steps have you taken as a leader in global health to address the challenges of dealing with diverse participant backgrounds and expectations?