Lillian Ng explores with Monique Jonas and Phillipa Malpas the implications of moral distress and clinical decision making in the time of COVID-19.

Lillian Ng is a Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at the University of Auckland.

Monique Jonas is a Senior Lecturer in Health Systems at the University of Auckland. She is an ethical theorist specialising in health care ethics.

Phillipa Malpas is an Associate Professor in Psychological Medicine at the University of Auckland. She is an expert in medical ethics.

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