Welcome to Global Health Bioethics. We are the home page of the Global Health Bioethics Network. Read more here.
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
Visit our eLearning centre
Come and visit the Global Health Training Centre for free online certified courses on research ethics, the ethics of genomic research and ICH GCP audits.Learn more
Looking for resources on specific topics?
Our topics pages bring together resources in specific areas, such as consent and ancillary care and provide hints for searching for resources across the Global Health Network.Learn more
Get involved with our community
Come and join our discussion groups and visit the blogs to discuss research ethics and the eLearning courses.Learn more
The African Journal of Bioethics (AJB) is Peer reviewed journal providing open access to all published articles. AJB aims to encourage Pan-African harmonization in pertinent bioethical issues affecting Africa, enhance the standards of experimental and observational research ethics in the African continent, and promote robust discussions on emerging bioethical issues.
On the frontline
Social science researchers from the REACH team (which included many GHBN partners) share their experiences of navigating the hidden ethical challenges in their work.
For more REACH outputs, visit the REACH website here: https://www.ethox.ox.ac.uk/Our-research/major-programmes/reach/reach
A framework for the promotion of ethical benefit sharing in health research
This framework, with examples, is intended as a practical tool to assist research stakeholders with identifying opportunities for benefit sharing, and inculcating intentional benefit sharing in their research programmes from inception.