Helpful information and resources for trial management, including project management and budgetting advice.
This group is for new member to introduce themselves: please tell everyone here about your location, current work, and your plans for the future.
Resources for training others, such as sample presentations, and links to a personally-tailored Continuing Professional Development programme.
The content of this group is designed to be used with the Global Health Research Process Map. https://processmap.tghn.org/
This paper might also be of interest: Data safety and monitoring boards for African clinical trials, Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Volume 102, Issue 12, December 2008, ...
We have created this area for people to place information regarding upcoming conferences and events which are relevant to the field of global health research. Please feel free to add relevant events or discuss upcoming events here.
A position in rural Gambia with the MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM is available to coordinate a large cluster-randomised trial of an alternative versus standard schedule for pneumococcal conjugate vaccination. The ...
Tools and guidance to help you navigate clinical trial regulations and guidelines
This discussion area is a holding space for the regional faculties whilst we develop a new area on the site. Please post here if you are interested in becoming involved at a local level in this Programme. The role of regional faculties is to encourage clinical trial researchers and staff to collaborate between institutions, disease areas and locations. This can be done by sharing experiences, resources and also by opening up meetings and training courses to colleagues from other groups.
The Global Research Nurses and Global Health Trials regional faculties have joined forces to run a workshop on July 7th, 2018 at the NAF Conference Centre and Suites, Abuja. The workshop is ...
Welcome to the online community of Zambian researchers aimed at enhancing our local clinical research capacity. Whether you are already conducting research or are interested in getting involved in research, let us get connected and make a contribution to the conduct of research in Zambia. We can each contribute to the weekly discussion topics by sharing our ideas, experiences and questions about clinical research. By engaging in open discussions we will be learning from each other and working together to address any research concerns that arise. This will in turn enable us to strengthen our research community and encourage more locally driven clinical research.
This discussion area is encouraging discussion and requests for guidance in the broad area of research ethics
This certainly is a controversial though much needed discussion topic. It seems that the WHO and MSF might take a pragmatic approach to the issue: "Administering experimental vaccines and drugs in an ...