The Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Infectious Disease Ethics Collaborative (GLIDE) aims to provide a flexible collaborative platform for identifying and analysing ethical issues arising in infectious disease treatment, research, response, and preparedness, through the lens of global health ethics.
Bringing together scholars, trainees and partners from around the world, GLIDE undertakes both responsive research on pressing issues and forward-looking projects with longer timeframes.
GLIDE organises the Oxford Global Health and Bioethics International conference, held every two years.
The Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Infectious Disease Ethics Collaborative is funded by a Wellcome Humanities and Social Science Award.
GLIDE has launched a Wellcome Open Research Gateway to provide a new platform for high-impact and quality, open access and free to publish literature on global health ethics and infectious disease.
The Gateway will be an inclusive space for diverse voices from across the globe, and create a community of scholars working on these topics.
We welcome colleagues in the bioethics community to join us in this effort, to focus more research and scholarship on the issues of global health ethics and infectious disease, and to consider submitting articles to the Gateway, making our work more widely available.