Friday, 25 September, 2020
Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice and Geospatial Institute will co-host a discussion about the ethics of sharing COVID-19-related data at noon on Friday, Sept. 25, online via Zoom.
About this Event
You are generating geospatial data everyday through your phone. What about the ethics of sharing this data?
During the time of COVID-19, we are faced with the challenges of preventing the spread of the virus, making decisions to keep ourselves, family members, and communities safe. The ethics of sharing our personal information and data that are being collected are complicated and require particular care. Who gets to access our data and what they do with them continues to challenge our response to the COVID-19 crisis?
The participants include:
Michael Rozier, Ph.D., assistant professor, health management and policy, College for Public Health and Social Justice
Enbal Shacham, Ph.D., professor, behavioral science and health education, College for Public Health and Social Justice
Travis Loux, Ph.D., associate professor, biostatistics, College for Public Health and Social Justice
Stephen Scroggins, doctoral student, behavioral science and health education, Sinquefeld Center for Applied Economics Research
Contact Benjamen Loewnau for more information and details about joining the meeting.