Format: Articles & Briefs
The guide includes frequently asked questions about medical research, some questions to help journalists consider the science and ethics of medical research, and useful resources.
In this case study, Dr. Hope Ferdowsian and other members of the PZI team summarize the creation, implementation, evaluation, and impact of an educational training and mentorship program centered on a socially and ecologically just One Health (Just One Health) framework.
The author explores some of the ethics failures in animal research, such as the absence of justice, and the “common assumption” of justification.
In this commentary, PZI’s President, Dr. Hope Ferdowsian, illustrates the need for a socially and ecologically just One Health approach to addressing and preventing global challenges and the importance of ensuring a right to health for both people and animals.
The study’s authors look at the global warming impacts of various foods and discover that methane-producing foods such as meat from ruminants, dairy, and rice have the highest climate change impacts.
PZI’s Just One Health impact assessment tool is designed to help policy makers and others determine the impact of policies, projects, and industries on people, animals, and the planet.
This article discusses the ethics of and repercussions for humans and animals of xenotransplantation.
This essay uses the example of how Rachel Carson inspired a revolution around ecological health to highlight the need for a new revolution focused on centering prevention, justice, and the connections between humans, other animals, and our shared environment.
This op-ed highlights the translational failures in medical research caused by focusing on using animals in research and calls for transforming medical research so that it protects and benefits both people and animals.
This paper uses the case study of India to highlight failures in protecting children from pesticide poisoning and calls for taking children’s right to life and health seriously.