This is the first online seminar from PHEPREN (Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Ethics Network), the newly launched global community of bioethicists, established to provide real-time, trusted, contextual support in relation to the ethical issues arising out of global ... Read more
Research in Global Health Emergencies! Read now...
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics publish the conclusions of a two-year project on Research in Global Health Emergencies. Read the report or the report overview (available in five languages) for key findings and recommendations for stakeholders.Learn more
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New pop-up Coronavirus Knowledge Hub, a single-access portal to information with a focus on addressing the unknowns during the coronavirus outbreak, launches on The Global Health Network. Read more
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has issued a call to geovernments, funders and NGOs for a more ethical and collaborative approach to conducting research during emergencies. Drawing on core values of fairness, equal respect, and helping to reduce suffering, the ... Read more
AVAC and HAVEG are proud to launch an interactive course which aims to strengthen engagement in clinical trials through the ethics review process and gives an overview of key features and practices of ‘engaged’ clinical trials. Read more
Building the capacity of our members is key. GHBN Members share how the Network has helped them grow.
This seven module course offers comprehensive training exploring the wide range of ethical issues faced by health professionals and policy makers working in the context of epidemics/pandemics and disaster situations, focusing primarily on the key areas of research, surveillance and patient care. This free to access course aims to provide clear background knowledge of the key subject areas and uses case studies as an effective way to explore the topics via realistic scenarios.
This helpful presentation is the result of a workshop held in Durban by The Global Health Bioethics Network (course facilitators: Maureen Kelley, Patricia Kingori, Dorcas Kamuya, Mike Parker). You ...
In the advent of increasing international collaborative research involving participants drawn from populations with diverse cultural backgrounds, community engagement becomes very critical for the smooth conduction of the research. The ...