FACE provides a wide range of consultation services related to ethics and compassion in global health. This includes consulting with programs and organizations on specific ethical challenges; analysis of ethical dilemmas; presentations on compassion and ethics in global health; and consultation on training modules and curricula. Consults range from relatively brief “curb-side” assessments to co-designing interventions and implementing them. A few examples are highlighted below. Contact us to explore how we might provide consultation to your organization.
In 2018-2019, FACE consulted with the Hilton Prize Coalition to investigate stress, wellbeing, and burnout among employees of organizations that have been awarded the Conrad Hilton Humanitarian Prize. The final report summarizes our findings and provides resources for employee wellbeing and resilience.
FACE consults with ITI and other partners to improve safety of mass drug administration (MDA) for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). This includes safety consultations in countries where NTDs are endemic, observational assessments of safety at the point of drug distribution, and policy work and advocacy to improve safety and reduce unintended harm.
FACE has consulted on two major projects with TEPHINET. The first is a survey of practicing field epidemiologists to better understand ethical issues that they face. The second project is an ethics module for training front-line veterinary public health officers. View the module.
FACE provides consultations to programs and leaders at The Task Force, including development of policies; review of ethics-related questions; values discernment exercises; group facilitation; and discussions of moral distress.