Ethics & Engagement across the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes

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Can you tell us a little about what you do?
I work as a postdoctoral researcher with the fantastic MLW team in Blantyre.

My background is international development, including work on policy engagement and research. I did a PhD on research by NGOs in Malawi, which examined issues such as links between research, practice and policy and research capacity. In 2015, I worked as a research fellow at Leeds University, using realist evaluation and synthesis approaches to examine the effects of patient feedback on quality of care.

I am particularly interested in exploring ways to think through the goals of community engagement, and ways to monitor and evaluate engagement activities.
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I'm interested in health research ethics and would like to learn from the community and share ideas.

Kate Gooding's Blog

Engaging with communities’ worlds, or asking them to engage in ours? Ideas on participation & power from the Health Systems Global 2018 symposium

Posted on January 20, 2019 at 16:00 1 Comment

I had the great privilege of attending the Health Systems Global Symposium in Liverpool last October. GHBN-ers were there in force, with Sassy, Dorcas, Maureen and others running excellent, thought-provoking and packed sessions on ethics as part of the Health Systems Global Technical Working Group on the Ethics of Health Systems Research. You can read more about their sessions at…


Update from Malawi

Posted on April 7, 2017 at 15:00 1 Comment

I’ve now been in post at MLW for over 15 months, so Dina’s encouragement to write a blog was a good prompt to reflect on what we’ve done in that time. I have three main areas of work with GHBN links: evaluating science communication activities, supporting GHBN bursary projects, and wider ethics research. I’ll say a little about each in turn.

Part of my role involves supporting monitoring and evaluation of MLW’s science communication. Regina and others in the Science Communication team…


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At 0:52 on June 15, 2019, Margaret walter said…

this is very important contact me via generalmargaretwalter@gmail.com

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