NTE In Action
Françoise Baylis is interviewed about the ethics of vaccine passports and proposes an equitable plan for the distribution of excess vaccines.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by guest host Rosemary Barton on the ethics of a human challenge trial for COVID-19
Françoise Baylis leads a panel discussion of the ethics, policies and practices involved in selecting priority groups for COVID-19 vaccination
Françoise Baylis is the 2020-21 Wayne Morse Chair of Law and Politics for the month of February 2021 at the Wayne Morese Center for Law and Politics, University of Oregon.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by Lorraine Chisholm for the Red Eye Collective about ethical concerns with how vaccination records for Covid-19 could be used.
Bruce Frisco (CTV News Atlantic) Interviews Françoise Baylis about Changes to the Law and the Ethics of Organ Donation in Nova Scotia
Bruce Frisko (CTV News Atlantic) interviews Françoise Baylis about changes to Nova Scotia law regarding organ donation, making it an opt out system.
NTE In Print
Françoise Baylis and Landon J. Getz explain the ethical challenges of human challenge trials to test candidate COVID-19 vaccines.
Andrew Fenton and L. Syd M Johnson outline several ethical issues with nonhuman animal research revealed by COVID-19 research.
Françoise Baylis and Natalie Kofler argue against using immunity passports for COVID-19.
Françoise Baylis argues that Canada needs one (not many local) triage protocol for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrew Fenton reflects on a recent Science magazine article outlining the management of some laboratory rodent populations as a result of COVID-19.
Martha Paynter and Françoise Baylis explain how abortion is an essential service to be maintained throughout the pandemic.