Publications: Public Health Ethics
- Pandemic Influenza Planning: Ethical Framework. Presented at the University Health Network, Toronto, Ontario on October 18, 2005.
- Ethics & SARS: Learning Lessons from the Toronto Experience. Presented at the Toronto Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), Toronto, Ontario on September 20, 2006.
- Enhancing the Legitimacy of Public Health Response in Pandemic Influenza Planning: Lessons from SARS. Presented at Yale University, New Haven, CT in October 2005.
- Upshur REG. Ethics and SARS: Learning Lessons from the Toronto Experience. [ppt]
- Attaran A, Wilson K. (2007). Legal and epidemiological justification for federal authority in public health emergencies. McGill Law Journal, 52:381-414.
- Bensimon CM, Upshur REG. (2007). Evidence and effectiveness in decision-making for quarantine. American Journal of Public Health, 97:S44-S48.
- Singh JA, Upshur R, Padayatchi N. (2007). XDR-TB in South Africa: No Time for Denial of Complacency. PLoS Medicine; 4:e50.
- Ruderman C, Tracy CS, Bensimon CM, Zlotnik Shaul R, Hawryluck L, Bernstein M, Upshur REG. (2006). On pandemics and the duty to care: Whose Duty? Who cares? BMC Medical Ethics, 7(1):5.
- Thompson AK, Faith K, Gibson JL, Upshur RE. (2006). Pandemic influenza preparedness: an ethical framework to guide decision-making. BMC Medical Ethics, 7:12.
- Wilson K, McDougall C, Upshur R. (2006). The new International Health Regulations and the federalism dilemma. PLoS Medicine, 3:30-34.
- University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics Pandemic Influenza Working Group. Stand on Guard for Thee: Ethical considerations in preparedness planning for pandemic influenza. November 2005.
- Wilson K, Gardam M, McDougall C, Attaran A, Upshur R. (2007). WHO’s Response to Global Public Helath Threats: XDR-TB. PLoS Medicine, 4(5):e197.
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