1 SARS Experiences in China: Public Health Ethics Issues Jesse Huang,MB,MHPE,MPH,MBA Assistant President/Dean for Continuing Education Professor of Epidemiology Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Peking Union Medical College
2 I will present a description of 2003/2004 SARS chronology in China and my observations on Public Health Ethics Issues during the SARS events with some reflections
3 Ad description of o 2003/2004 SARS chronology in China
5 2003 Chronology /16: 1st case of AP of unknown etiology, Fushan, China 12/17-22: 2 AP pt. transferred to Guangzhou from Heyuang. 7 HCWs: infected. Information: blocked
6 2003 Chronology /2: Population panic in Heyuang city. People rushed to buy herbal medicine, Heyuang reported 1 st Cases 1/3: Heyuang Newspaper: Local CDC article:there is no epidemic in Heyuang. cough, fever and other symptoms are caused by cold whether Perhaps this is the first article on SARS in China s media.
7 2003 Chronology /14: Provincial CDC was informed an AP outbreak in Zhongshan. Several pts quickly progressed to respiratory failure and die. Outbreak also among HCWs. The early February, epidemic reached peak in Guangzhou.
8 2003 Chronology /8: Cellular phone short text message circulated 40 m times X 3 days, Rumors: fetal flu, BT, etc. Epidemic news occurred in Hong Kong s media 2/11: News Conference: 305 cases, 5 deaths since 11/16, The epidemic is under control
9 2003 Chronology /11 and 2/14: PROMED issued the global warnings 2/18: Xinhua New Agency reported that Chinese CDC has discovered the cause of the disease: chlamydia Guangdong disagreed: the cause is the virus
10 2003 Chronology /21: A Dr. arrived HK, stayed in Metropol, room 911, passed the virus to 7 persons and consequently spread the virus around the world 2/26: a Metropol guest carried the virus to Vietnam, infected 20 persons, including Dr. Urbani, died of the disease in Thailand on 3/29
11 2003 Chronology /1: Beijing had 1st SARS case from Shanxi, (infected in Guangzhou). SARS spread in the capital. The information was blocked again 3/12: WHO issues a global SARS alert
12 2003 Chronology /26, GD released Feb. number: cases increased from 305 to 792, the death toll increased from 5 to 31 people begin to suspect the previous claim that the epidemic is under control
13 2003 Chronology /3, Health Minister announced that the SARS spreading is under control. Beijing had 12 cases and 3 deaths A retired military doctor, a PUMC alumni, revealed the truth that Beijing s epidemic is not under control
14 2003 Chronology /20: 2 top gov officials were removed from their post. 4/25: Vice-Premier Wu Yi: Heath Minister Measures were taken to contain SARS spreading 5/23: WHO took GD and HK from its travel warning list. 6/24: WHO took Beijing from its travel warning list.
15 From 2003 Chronology Were China s public health systems working?
16 2003 Chronology suggests China did not have prepared public health systems The central command system: not working Information systems: not functioning Rapid diagnosis capacity: lacking Field epidemiologists: not prepared Pharmaceutical stockpile: not enough Hospitals and HCWs: not prepared Risk communication skills: poor There are several public health ethics issues
17 AS A Mirror SARS returns to test China again in 2004
18 2004 Guangdong: 1/ sporadic community-aquired cases Quick response, complete control ¾ cases were likely to be caused by Civet cat. Beijing/Anhui: 4/22-5/7 9 cases, 2 clear transmission i chains Quick response, complete control Lab contamination is the source of outbreak
19 Guangdong, 1/5-31 Acknowledgement to Dr. Luo Huiming of GD CDC for using the following 5 slides
20 Beijing: 2004/4/22-5/7 Be prepared, p Keep distance from AP Sources: Beijing CDC
21 2004 Chronology (Beijing) 4/21, 5:00 PM: a suspected SARS case report received Isolation, Quarantine and field investigation began 40 minutes later 4/21 night, SARS lab network began to operate
22 2004 Chronology (Beijing) 4/22 evening, lab confirmed diagnosis 4/22, 7:00PM, MOH released epidemic info to public 4/22-23, 23 three potential epidemic i sites were closed
23 2004 Chronology (Beijing) 4/22, Ditan hospital: ready to take SARS pt. 4/23, Central command system began to work 4/24, 747 closed contacts were quarantined and completed 80% close contacts investigation
24 2004 Chronology (Beijing) 5/10, Quarantine of 719 close contacts ended 5/23, all quarantine ended, d no more new case. 7/1: released investigation results to public: Cause of outbreak: lab contamination, CDC director resigned.
25 I will present a description of 2003/2004 SARS chronology in China and my observations on Public Health Ethics Issues during the SARS events with some reflections
26 Comparison of 2003 and 2004 SARS in China Public health system 2003 SARS 2004 SARS Central command system Not working Working Information systems Not functioning Functioning Rapid diagnosis capacity Lacking Working/improving Field epidemiologists Not prepared Well prepared Pharmaceutical stockpile Not prepared Prepared Hospitals and HCWs Not prepared Prepared to treat Risk communication skills Poor Good Not prepared to alert and report Public health ethics hardly considered Partially addressed
27 My Observations/Reflections Trust and Transparency Experts scientific integrity and social responsibility Atypical pneumonia Medication and vaccine Massive Civets Cat culling Patients t privacy protection ti MDs obligation of reporting ID
28 Trust and Transparency (1) The need for transparency stems in part from the government s ethical imperative to treat citizens with respect Openness and accountability are important to public health governance Transparency provides a feedback Transparency provides a feedback mechanism
29 Trust and Transparency (2) Public health officials have the responsibility to involve the public in the process of formulating public health policies as well as to explain and justify any infringement on general moral considerations.
30 Trust and Transparency (3) Public health officials should honestly disclose relevant information to the public. Accordingly, citizens should have the right to request and receive information. Citizens input should be solicited.
31 Trust and Transparency (4) China s SARS experience tell us that controlling costs due to panic and disruption were magnified by an initial lack of public information, contributing ti to a large over-estimation by individuals of the perceived probabilities biliti of infection and death.
32 Trust and Transparency (5) A key policy question for government is how to win the trust t and confidence of the population, minimize panic and disruption and mobilize the public as a partner in combating SARS
33 Trust and Transparency (6) Let s review China s experience: During the early stage of SARS outbreak, information was blocked Local CDC article did not tell truth 120 m short text message circulated in 3 days
34 Trust and Transparency (7) Lead to public panic/societal crisis Guangdong and central Health Minister both did not tell truth Gov lost public trust, very difficult to mobilize public to participate in situation lost control
35 Trust and Transparency (8) Lessen learned :Transparency is essential to create and maintain public trust and accountability Action 1: SARS information transparency after removal of two official on April 20,2003 Quickly stabilized society, rumor disappeared
36 Trust and Transparency (9) Gov. regains the trust eventually Public participated i t in control activities iti by social distancing, personal hygiene, etc. SARS outbreak controlled Action 2:Timely disclose accurate outbreak information become a permanent part of <<the Infectious disease control and prevention law>>
37 Issues re: scientific integrity and social responsibility Atypical pneumonia Medication and vaccine Massive Civets Cat culling Pt. privacy protection MDs obligation to report ID
38 Atypical pneumonia Originally call Unknown pneumonia Then, for stability reason, rename: Atypical pneumonia WHO: SARS Still call AP, do we respect scientific integrity? it
39 Medication and vaccine All of the following claims and actions were without any scientific evidence, misleading the public, raise the issue of scientist integrity and social responsibility again Medication and vaccine were over-emphasized TCM herbal, Immuglobin, antiviral medication A professor claim to produce SARS vaccine in one month have quick(2 hours) SRAS diagnosis kits
40 Patients privacy protection During SARS crisis, the first case name was published on media, reported in public meeting Even in the international conference, pt. names were fully reported
41 MDs obligation to report ID Active participation of MDs is essential to an effective response to outbreak MDs have unique skills/positions to identify and report first case of ID Early detection is critical in the ID prevention and control It is MDs roles and obligations to eraly It is MDs roles and obligations to eraly detect and report ID
42 2004 SARS experience Case Onset Suspect Time interval date SARS date Song X 3/25 4/20 27 days Li X 4/5 4/22 12 days Yang XX 4/17 4/22 6 days
43 Reflection SARS crisis has taught us a lot Public health ethics is new in China We are still learning We will be better
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