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Ethics in Humanitarian Contexts Webcast

Ethics in Humanitarian Contexts Webcast

John Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health

Webcast: “Ethics in Humanitarian Contexts” (Length 01:14:05) Click here to view.

Date: 28 March 2018


Joseph Ali, JD
Associate Faculty, Berman Institute of Bioethics

Leonard Rubenstein, JD
Senior Scientist, Epidemiology, JHSPH

Joan Pettit, JD
Executive Director, Institutional Review Board, JHSPH

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I have an M.S. in Global Health with 16 years, multidisciplinary, international, health experience in a variety of contexts within the U.S., Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, England, Germany, Nepal and Zambia. Some of this experience includes: administration, global health communications, surgery, emergency services (EMS, Fire, SAR, ER), pediatrics/ICU, medical education & training, MNCH, family health, WASH and ECD. These positions have been with public and private sectors to include the American Red Cross, Department of Defense and World Vision International. In September 2018, I became a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist in Sex-trafficking and exploitation. There are less than 30 people certified globally. In November 2018, I will begin volunteering as a Medical Liaison with Destiny Rescue in Cambodia quarterly. I am also pursuing local and national opportunities addressing anti-human trafficking/sex trafficking.

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