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Dr. Annette Rid's current research interests span research ethics, global health ethics and justice in health and health care.
Dr. Rid serves as a liaison between the Clinical Center's Department of Bioethics and the Division of Aids at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, where she provides ethics consultation and educational support. She is also a Visiting Professor at the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, King's College London.
Rid A: Judging the social value of health-related research: current debate and open questions. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 2020; 63(2): 293-312.
Shah SK, Miller FG, Darton T, … Rid A: Ethics of controlled human infection studies to address COVID-19. Science 2020; 360(6500): 832-34.
Charlton V, Rid A: Innovation as a value in healthcare priority-setting: The UK experience. Social Justice Research 2019; 32(2): 208-38.
Fourie C, Rid A (Eds.): What is enough? Sufficiency, justice, and health. Oxford University Press: Oxford, New York 2017.
Rid A, Wesley R, Pavlick M, Maynard S, Roth K, Wendler D: Patients’ priorities for treatment decision-making during periods of incapacity: quantitative survey. Palliative & Supportive Care 2015; 13(5): 1165-83.
- Elected Fellow, The Hastings Center
- Caroline Miles Visiting Scholar, ETHOX Centre, University of Oxford
- Visiting Researcher, Fondation Brocher
- Mark S. Ehrenreich Prize in Healthcare Ethics Research, International Association of Bioethics
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