#MeToo meets global health: A call to action

Rachel Hall-Clifford, David Addiss, Peter Brown, Arachu Castro, Mary Clisbee, Robert Cook-Deegan, Dabney P. Evans, Arlan Fuller, Aubrey Graham, Michelle Grek, Deirdre Guthrie, Olusimbo Ige, Arthur Kleinman, Stephanie Larson, James Lavery, Deborah McFarland, Dave Ross, Adam Weiss, Breanna Wodnik, Christopher Woods

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This statement arose from discussions during the Global Health Fieldwork Ethics Workshop held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in April 2018, co-sponsored by Agnes Scott College, The Taskforce for Global Health, and Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. As participants from a wide range of academic and global health implementation organizations discussed ethics challenges in fieldwork settings, it became clear that gender-based violence was an issue of vast importance that has not been adequately considered for global health fieldworkers and participants. This statement highlights key themes on gender-based violence that emerged from our discussions and calls for further action.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)133-139
Number of pages7
JournalHealth and human rights
Volume21
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jun 2019

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Hall-Clifford, R., Addiss, D., Brown, P., Castro, A., Clisbee, M., Cook-Deegan, R., ... Woods, C. (2019). #MeToo meets global health: A call to action. Health and human rights, 21(1), 133-139.

#MeToo meets global health : A call to action. / Hall-Clifford, Rachel; Addiss, David; Brown, Peter; Castro, Arachu; Clisbee, Mary; Cook-Deegan, Robert; Evans, Dabney P.; Fuller, Arlan; Graham, Aubrey; Grek, Michelle; Guthrie, Deirdre; Ige, Olusimbo; Kleinman, Arthur; Larson, Stephanie; Lavery, James; McFarland, Deborah; Ross, Dave; Weiss, Adam; Wodnik, Breanna; Woods, Christopher.

In: Health and human rights, Vol. 21, No. 1, 06.2019, p. 133-139.

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Hall-Clifford, R, Addiss, D, Brown, P, Castro, A, Clisbee, M, Cook-Deegan, R, Evans, DP, Fuller, A, Graham, A, Grek, M, Guthrie, D, Ige, O, Kleinman, A, Larson, S, Lavery, J, McFarland, D, Ross, D, Weiss, A, Wodnik, B & Woods, C 2019, '#MeToo meets global health: A call to action', Health and human rights, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 133-139.
Hall-Clifford R, Addiss D, Brown P, Castro A, Clisbee M, Cook-Deegan R et al. #MeToo meets global health: A call to action. Health and human rights. 2019 Jun;21(1):133-139.
Hall-Clifford, Rachel ; Addiss, David ; Brown, Peter ; Castro, Arachu ; Clisbee, Mary ; Cook-Deegan, Robert ; Evans, Dabney P. ; Fuller, Arlan ; Graham, Aubrey ; Grek, Michelle ; Guthrie, Deirdre ; Ige, Olusimbo ; Kleinman, Arthur ; Larson, Stephanie ; Lavery, James ; McFarland, Deborah ; Ross, Dave ; Weiss, Adam ; Wodnik, Breanna ; Woods, Christopher. / #MeToo meets global health : A call to action. In: Health and human rights. 2019 ; Vol. 21, No. 1. pp. 133-139.
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