We have several key posts available at the University of Oxford to work on the core Global Health Network team. Read more
Visit our eLearning centre
Come and visit the Global Health Training Centre for free online certified courses on research ethics, the ethics of genomic research and ICH GCP audits.Learn more
Responding to Zika – ethical considerations
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has published a briefing note on the ethical considerations relevant to the current Zika epidemic and measures to address the disease and associated risks in the affected areas and elsewhere.Learn more
Looking for resources on specific topics?
Our topics pages bring together resources in specific areas, such as consent and ancillary care and provide hints for searching for resources across the Global Health Network.Learn more
Sharing research data
Welcome to the Resource Centre for ethics and sharing individual-level research data. This Centre brings together resources about ethical best practices for data sharing, policies and processes for data curation and data sharing, and links to repositories for data sharing.Learn more
Get involved with our community
Come and join our discussion groups and visit the blogs to discuss research ethics and the eLearning courses.Learn more
Come and visit MESH
Mesh is a new collaborative open-access web space for people involved in community engagement with health research in low and middle income countries (LMICs).Learn more
New Social Science site launched
Global Health Social Science is an open access collaborative forum for anyone working in global health and using qualitative and participatory research methods.Learn more
The Global Health Network is pleased to announce the launch of a new seven-module eLearning course which has been adapted from the WHO training manual and resources on: ‘Ethics in epidemics, emergencies and disasters: Research, surveillance and patient care’. Read more
The Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) addresses new challenges of protecting humans participating in health-related research. A pre-publication copy of the 2016 revision to the 2012 guidelines is now available online. Read more
The Global Health Network is pleased to announce the launch of a new seven-module eLearning course which has been adapted from the WHO training manual and resources on:
‘Ethics in epidemics, emergencies and disasters: Research, surveillance and patient care’.
The course offers comprehensive training exploring the wide range of ethical issues faced by health professionals and policy makers working in the context of epidemics/pandemics and disaster situations, focusing primarily on the key areas of research, surveillance and patient care.
This Resource Centre brings together resources about ethical best practices for data sharing, policies and processes for data curation and data sharing, and links to repositories for data sharing.Go to page
This short course discusses ethical issues and best practices in sharing research data.
Our new short course describes what ancillary care is and the main ethical questions associated with providing or facilitating it.
In the advent of increasing international collaborative research involving participants drawn from populations with diverse cultural backgrounds, community engagement becomes very critical for the smooth conduction of the research. The ...
Wellcome recognises that there’s a strong and growing consensus on the value of making research outputs – including datasets, publications and code – widely and rapidly available. However, data sharing must ...