Impact Ethics

NTE In Action

Françoise Baylis joins other panelists for a vaccine passport (recorded) town hall organized by the Health Association of African Canadians.
Françoise Baylis joins (recorded) panel discussion with other colleagues from the WHO Expert Advisory Committee on Developing Global Standards for Governance and Oversight of Human Genome Editing.
Françoise Baylis moderates round-table discussion. Register for event with Halifax Public Library, online (15 Jun 2021, 6:00PM - 7:30PM).
Françoise Baylis debates Anna Banerji on the topic of vaccine passports. Hosted by Chris Hall from CBC Radio program, The House.
Françoise Baylis is interviewed by Jim Vibert on the issues related to vaccine passports (SaltWire.com).
On this episode of Open to Debate, David Moscrop talks with Françoise Baylis about whether we should adopt vaccine certification programs.

NTE In Print

Françoise Baylis, Seema Mohapatra, and Natalie Kofler discuss concerns about the scientific, ethical, and practical risks associated with the broad use of COVID-19 vaccine credential programs, including racial discrimination and inequity at the hands of others.
Matthew Herder, Alexander C. Egilman, and Joseph S. Ross discuss Health Canada's release of clinical information, how use of the data to date appears low and why increased use of these data could be invaluable.
Françoise Baylis with colleagues from a WHO Expert Advisory Committee publish a global report for governance and oversight of human genome editing.
Françoise Baylis and colleagues from a WHO Expert Advisory Committee publish recommendations on human genome editing.
Françoise Baylis and colleagues from a WHO Expert Advisory Committee publish a position paper on human genome editing.
Françoise Baylis and Sheetal Soni argue against reasons of expediency which would change the 14-day rule for research with human embryos.