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John Pringle is Assistant Professor at the Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University,
and Vice Chair of the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Ethics Review Board.
John is a nurse and epidemiologist with a PhD in public health and bioethics.
John’s first mission with MSF was as a nurse working in IDP camps along the
Eritrean/Ethiopian border (2001). Upon his return, he did an MSc in
Community Health and Epidemiology, and then two more MSF missions,
both in northern Nigeria as a nurse-epidemiologist, responding to
meningitis outbreaks (2006) and the Zamfara lead-poisoning outbreak (2010).
After completing his PhD, John worked for MSF in Sierra Leone during the
West Africa Ebola crisis (2015). He then did a Postdoctoral Fellowship at
McGill University with the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group.
John now teaches and conducts research in global health, humanitarian ethics,
and research ethics.
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