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Can you tell us a little about what you do?
I coordinate the Global Health Bioethics Network. I'm based at the Ethox Centre, Oxford University. Our aim is to encourage ethics capacity building and research across all the Wellcome Trust MOPs.
Which MOP/institution are you affiliated with?
The Ethox Centre, Oxford University, Oxford.
Why do you wish to join the e-MOPs community?
What better way to keep in touch with all of our partners and collaborators?
Anything else you'd like to share?
If you have any questions about the Global Health Bioethics Network, don't hesitate to ask me.

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Vaccine hesitancy

Posted on April 27, 2017 at 20:46 0 Comments

Hi everyone,

Mary Chambers at OUCRU is starting to work in some rural communities where there is vaccine hesitancy.  She is looking for literature on CE around this issue, and also whether anyone has examples of consent forms for vaccine trials in children?

Her questions are:

1.    Do you know anyone who is working on this subject that she can get in touch with?

2. Can anyone please send her advice, literature tips, or any other suggestions on this…


Update from Elvis at MLW: Plans for Fieldworkers' Fellowship

Posted on January 20, 2016 at 13:03 4 Comments

Last year there were a number of hiccups that made this project delay; one of them was obtaining ethical approval and this even affected other activities line up on the timeline.  As the year is just starting, we will make sure that other remaining activities such as data collection are prioritized. As shared in the previous blog, everything is set except for a few areas needing final touches other than that i look forward to another successful year.

On-line ethics training: experiences of a health systems researcher

Posted on April 9, 2015 at 14:01 3 Comments

This is a blog post by Maureen Njue. This blog post (as well as the comment by Liam Boggs that follows it) originally appeared on the RESYST website here:…


Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 17:35 on July 15, 2012, Neema Mtunthama said…

Hi Dina, many thanks for the warm welcome. Arriving in Oxford a day earlier has sure helped me to adjust to the new environment! Looking forward to the start of the workshop tomorrow. See you then. Neema.

At 14:08 on April 26, 2013, Mphatso Mwapasa said…

Thank you so much Diana for the warm welcome.

At 11:59 on May 27, 2013, Miliswa Magongo said…

Hi Dina, thank you for the warm welcome.

At 11:41 on October 24, 2018, Fanny Kapakasa said…

Hi Dina

Many thanks for the warm welcome. I would kie to be added to Global Health Bioethics Network mailing list. Thank you again for sharing the link

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