Ethics & Engagement across the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes
In the latest Ethox blog post, Aimi Yusof discusses the dangers of failing to publish negative trial results. Read her blog post here: http://www.ethox.org.uk/ethox-blog
Read the Ethox Centre's latest blog post on Precarious Ethics by Salla Sariola : http://www.ethox.org.uk/ethox-blog
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Read the Ethox Centre's latest blog on the global North-South divide by Patricia Kingori and Salla Sariola here: http://www.ethox.org.uk/ethox-blog
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Do you think human rights researchers need to get ethics approval? Read my latest blog on the ethox website here: http://www.ethox.org.uk/ethox-blog
I'm interested in hearing what you think!
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See the full job description on the Ethox Centre website:
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Read Angeliki's new entry in the Ethox blog: Popular Morality?
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This month, the Global Health Trials website is talking about the issue of parental consent in households where minors are holding a parental role. Do you have any thoughts or experiences to share? Join the conversation here: http://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/blog/post/383/2012/09/global-health-trials-september-issue-of-the-mo/
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Read the newest Ethox blog post by Dr Vicki Marsh: Statins for Life? :
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Fascinating new article available in the BMC Journal of Medical Ethics through Open Access:
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Fifth Annual National Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Event: Methods, Metrics and Outcomes: Evaluating the Success of Community Engaged Research
August 23 - 24, 2012, Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, 5701 Marinelli Road, Bethesda, Md. 20852
Posters Due: July 29, 2012
Register By: August 19, 2012
Network with your clinical and translational research colleagues during
this two-day event sponsored by the National…
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Some participants have asked about the informed consent templates produced by the Kilifi MOP that were mentioned during the Summer School. Here is a link to the 'Global Health Trials' website, where KEMRI have shared several of their consent templates:
Can someone from Kilifi explain to me if any of the above templates are…Continue
What a fabulous end to the summer school. It was fantastic to hear the project presentations by all the MOPs! Everyone put in such an incredible amount of thought into their projects. And all of these are projects that will hopefully be developed. I can't wait to see what happens!
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What a terrific day today! It's wonderful to spend time with such an enthusiastic and interesting group of people. I learned so much and could not imagine a better group of collaborators. I joined the Malawi-Liverpool MOP in the project development session today and wow- what terrific ideas were discussed. I think there's a fantastic community engagement project brewing here! What about you? Did you come away today fueled with ideas?
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Dear Summer School delegates,
I've just heard that although many of you who arrive early in the day will be able to check-in early, those of you who've asked for late check-out will probably not be able to. You will have to check-out of your rooms by 10:00am on your final day, although you can store your luggage in the Porter's Lodge until you are ready to leave.
I apologise for the inconvenience but the college is very busy this summer, and your rooms will need to be prepared…Continue
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1) Bring coins from your local currency - at least five of the lowest denomination!
2) Print out the directions on how to take the bus from the airport to Oxford.
3) Bring an umbrella or raincoat!
See you all soon.
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Read all about the projects of our new Global Health Bioethics Network Fellows here.
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The Global Health Bioethics Network has named four new Global Health Bioethics Fellows in 2012! Each Fellow receives a bursary to pursue a project that builds capacity in ethics in their region, as well as a full scholarship to the Global Bioethics Summer School in Oxford in June 2012.
The Fellows are:
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We're really excited about the upcoming Global Bioethics Summer School this July! Are you? If you're planning on coming, let us know what you're most interested in learning or sharing by commenting on this blog post.
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