Ethics & Engagement across the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes

One of the main outcomes of my bursary is a manuscript from the project " ‘Facing Our Fears’: Facilitated Film Viewings as a Community Engagement Tool in Research  involving MSM in Kenya". I already shared first draft with co-authors and received their feedback... I must say I received very tough criticism which I am glad because its an indication that they read the paper. Moreover it was constructive criticism that is helping shape the next draft and results I can bet will be a better paper. Key lessons I am learning from this exercise is that it is not easy to be own harshest critic, and other people input is very valuable. I look forward to having this manuscript ready and share with the network members.

Best regards


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Comment by Maureen Njue on April 12, 2016 at 13:47

Hi Bernadette,

Good to hear that you are working on your manuscript, great achievement. Its never an easy process even for the most seasoned writers, wishing you well and stay positive in this process...we'll soon see your name on Manuscript neon.



Comment by Dina Rippon on April 21, 2016 at 12:48

Congratulations on getting to this stage, Bernadette! It's one thing to complete a project, but to then produce a publishable paper is another thing altogether - and quite hard! Good luck with finishing the paper and I look forward to reading it!

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