Jane is developing an animation video to engage communities in Kilifi, Kenya on biobanking. Read more
Our aims are:
- promote and support ethical reflection within MOPs; - carry out ethics research across the MOPs; and - improve the capacity of the MOPs to identify and address the ethical issues in their own research.Learn more
Our Bursary Programme
has awarded more than 30 grants since our inception in 2012. Projects range from issues of informed consent, ethics of HDSS, addressing challenges faced by fieldworkers, and much more.Learn more
Our Summer Schools
provide an environment where we can meet to share ideas, experiences and expertise about ethics and community engagement, learn more about these areas of practice in low income settings, and develop ideas for future research projects.Learn more
Our Senior Research Fellows
conduct research with a broad focus on ethics-related issues in either Kenya, Vietnam, Malawi, South Africa or Thailand.Learn more
From OUCRU, Vietnam, Chi is focusing on stakeholder perspectives of integrating qualitative research into clinical settings. Read more
GHBN senior research fellows are working on ethics-related issues key to their regions, including topics such as controlled human infection models in Kenya, and social science studies in the context of clinical trials in Vietnam, amongst other issues. Read more
A GHBN PhD student based at the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit in Vietnam, Ha's PhD focuses on vaccine perception and acceptance. Read more
Nothando Ngwenya, GHBN Bursary Fellow based at the Africa Health Research Institute, talks about her project on 'The ethics of post-trial access in international research'.
Alex Hinga, GHBN Bursary Fellow and PhD student describes his project on ethically important features of Health & Demographic Surveillance Systems.
For more of our videos, check out our GHBN YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTRDnEIase4eEcT28cTpjkgcsLvFLG5FF