Welcome to the GHC3 podcast, we are excited you found us. In each episode you will hear our hosts explore crises affecting humanity and the planet. They will discuss, with assorted guests, how what we learn when dealing with challenges teaches us how to be more smart, resilient, resourceful, and ethically evolved as a species … in short, how we can become stronger as a civilization.
In this, the inaugural episode of the GHC3 podcast, our hosts Ken Berta and Dr. Rob Breiman discuss the complex and multifaceted issues surrounding COVID-19 vaccination. To help tackle this topic, they are joined by two special guests: Jim Lavery, Professor of Global Health Ethics at Emory University and Dr. Theresa Cullen, Director of Pima County Public Health Department.
Jim shines a light on the role ethics could, and should, play in the prioritization of vaccine allocation, while Dr. Theresa Cullen underlines the need for community collaboration and data-driven decisions.
Ken Berta, Executive Director, GHC3
Dr. Rob Breiman, Epidemiologist and Chief Scientist, GHC3, and Professor, Global Health, Environmental Health and Infectious Diseases, Emory University
Jim Lavery, Conrad N. Hilton Chair in Global Health Ethics, Emory University
Dr. Theresa Cullen, Director of Pima County Public Health Department