Resource Distribution
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This episode will discuss the ethical arguments around scarce resource distribution with a focus on various scenarios that may arise in the COVID-19 pandemic. We'll consider two broad forms of resource allocation: macroallocation and microallocation.


Episode credits:

Content Development: Harvard Medical Student COVID-19 Curriculum

Narration: Celia Ford

Script Preparation: Celia Ford

Editing: Celia Ford

Modified with Permission from the Harvard Medical Student COVID-19 Curriculum

Original Content Authors: James Agolia, Michelle Bayefsky, Maheetha Bharadwaj, Samuel Doernberg, Melody Huang, Margaret Irwin, Bina Kassamali, Katie Kester, Benjamin Landwersiek, Sun Fletcher, Soumyaa Mazumder, Niyi Odewade, Larisa Shagabayeva, Derek Soled, Sanjana Srinivasan, Maria Thomas, Allen Zhou, Angela Zou

Original Content Editor: Derek Soled, MSc

Original Content Reviewers: Edward Hundert, MD; David S. Jones, MD, PhD; Louise King, MD, JD; Christine Mitchell, RN, MS, MTS, FAAN; Robert D. Truog, MD; David Urion, MD; Matthew Baum, PhD, DPhil; Pamela Chen; Rahul Nayak, MD; Sophia Yin

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