This is your chance to share your Global Health Clinical Research experiences. Tell others about your studies, your ideas and your research site. What happened with your study today? Have you had any tricky issues, perhaps you solved one? Please tell us...

29 October

Susan

NIH Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Provisions for a Future Draft Data Management and Sharing Policy

By Susan

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has  issued a Request for Information (RFI) in the NIH Guide to Grants and ...

22 October

The_Editorial_Team

Win £200 in the RSTMH Medical Student Essay Competition!

By The_Editorial_Team

RSTMH are running a competition for global health students, the competition is only open to current, full-time, medical students, who ...

18 October

Susan

Workshop on The Role of Ethics Committee in Ensuring Data Subject Privacy in Health-related Research

By Susan

A workshop will be held next Tuesday at the European Commission on ‘The Role of Ethics Committee in Ensuring Data ...

26 September

GHN_Editors

Myths, Methods, and Messiness: Insights for Qualitative Research Analysis - conference in UK

By GHN_Editors

The Qualitative Research Symposium (QRS) is a one-day event which facilitates interdisciplinary discussion of common features, challenges, and changes in ...

6 September

GHN_Editors

12 top tips for writing a grant application from the MRC

By GHN_Editors

Sitting down to write a grant application? Recently submitted a proposal or been successful in the last MRC board round? ...

15 August

leandro

Free webinar on Data Quality

By leandro

If you have the impression that your data is a mess, and that you could benefit from training on how ...

The_Editorial_Team

New e-Learning Module! GCLP: Module 5 - Method & Systems Validation

By The_Editorial_Team

Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) is a free, online, multi-module training course developed by The Global Health Network and the ...

31 July

GHN_Editors

TGHN / REDe promotion in the National Medical Congress, Santa Rosa de Copán, Honduras, July 11-14, 2018

By GHN_Editors

  During July 11 – 14, 2018, in Santa Rosa de Copan, approximately 320 km Northwest from Tegucigalpa, took place ...

30 July

Susan

How can research be conducted ethically in global health emergencies? Please contribute your views

By Susan

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has convened an inquiry into how research can be conducted ethically in global health emergencies. ...

25 July

GHN_Editors

Workshop report: From vast volumes of digital recordings to useful outputs - unpacking the black box

By GHN_Editors

We are part of a group of social scientists conducting a range of health-related studies in Kilifi, on the Coast ...

2 July

GHN_Editors

East African Research in Progress meeting: Submit your abstract by 31 July!

By GHN_Editors

Please save the date for the second East African Research in Progress meeting (EARIP), which will take place at Kilimanjaro ...

25 June

The_Editorial_Team

We need new strategies to tackle poor-quality medicines

By The_Editorial_Team

Paul Newton, head of the Medicine Quality Group, Infectious Diseases Data Observatory (IDDO), University of Oxford/MORU Tropical Health Network   ...

15 June

GHN_Editors

Job Opportunity: Community Engagement with Health Research (Oxford, UK)

By GHN_Editors

Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, The Peter Medawar Building, South Parks Road, Oxford   We are looking for ...

14 June

GHN_Editors

The vulnerability and health research paradox: Ethics, gender, trust and power

By GHN_Editors

This new blog from the REACH group follows an interesting debate around ethics, gender, trust and power in research:   ...

21 May

GHN_Editors

Retention to clinical trials: how can we keep participants involved?

By GHN_Editors

Evidently Cochrane's new blog about participant retention gives us some interesting food for thought - sample below, and link to ...