Making ordinary decisions in extraordinary times – new article in BMJ

An article I have co-written reflecting on the first wave of the pandemic from the perspective of a Covid-19 ethics working group at a large London teaching hospital has now appeared in the British Medical Journal.  Its central argument is that a lack of detail in national decision support guidelines led to fear-driven anticipatory triage during the first wave of the pandemic, and it sets out ways in which support for ordinary decision-making can and should be increased.

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