The Role Of Medical Ethics On The Front Lines Of COVID-19

Medical Ethics On The Front Lines Of COVID-19
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emergency operations vehicle is parked outside the McCormick Place Convention Center Tuesday, March 31, 2020, in Chicago. Inside the Illinois National Guard is assisting the Corps and FEMA in temporarily converting part of the convention center into an Alternate Care Facility (ACF) for COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms who do not require intensive care. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP Photo
Medical Ethics On The Front Lines Of COVID-19
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emergency operations vehicle is parked outside the McCormick Place Convention Center Tuesday, March 31, 2020, in Chicago. Inside the Illinois National Guard is assisting the Corps and FEMA in temporarily converting part of the convention center into an Alternate Care Facility (ACF) for COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms who do not require intensive care. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP Photo

The Role Of Medical Ethics On The Front Lines Of COVID-19

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve, medical ethics are now at the forefront of health care.

Reset learns more about the role of medical ethics in addressing COVID-19, and the medical dilemmas facing health care providers and front-line workers in Illinois and across the U.S.

GUESTS: Stephanie Goldberg, health care reporter at Crain’s Chicago Business

Valerie Gutmann Koch, director of law and ethics at the University of Chicago’s MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics and visiting faculty at DePaul University College of Law