Ethics & Engagement across the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes
The purpose of this group is to collect your thoughts and comments on three case studies drawn from the experience of delegates at the Children and clinical research international symposium hosted at the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
This is a private group as these case studies are not yet ready for circulation.
Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2016
Your comments and thoughts needed!
The three case-studies below were drawn from the experience of delegates at the Children and clinical research international symposium, hosted at the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, 28 Bedford Square, London, C1B 3JS, UK. A copy of the report is available on the Nuffield website at http://nuffieldbioethics.org/project/children-research/ (see under developments since launch).
At the international symposium, it was suggested that it would be really helpful to pull together some ‘real’ ethics case studies from different sites across the world, to use as discussion and teaching tools. The three attached cases were developed to highlight particularly challenging ethical situations for researchers. It would be fantastic if summer school participants could submit any thoughts about these case-studies on e-mops at a time that they might still be thinking about the discussions in Kilifi. Ideally by the end of October. Please note that for now these case studies should not be circulated, until we have some case studies that we can consider final.
The case studies are attached:
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Hello everyone, I don't know if my point of view is understandable, but I would like to share my comment to the case study two.From the case study, KEMRI is well-known to the schools, and they…Continue
One would like to think that the study would also like to reduce the transmission of malaria? If someone in the home has malaria then surely that calls upon the study staff to assist as far as they…Continue
Well, to operate within the bounds of the law the case should be reported to the South African Police Service, possibly with the assistance of a Social Worker as the young mother and grandmother will…Continue
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