This area is where members of the professional membership scheme (CPD) can discuss what they like about the scheme, what they would like to see added, what they are having problems with, etc.
Majority of staff working in clinical research treat their jobs as mere means of getting by life and as such may not really appreciate such a scheme. But I would like to ...
This group is aiming for discussions on issues involving informed consent, community engagement, and community sensitisation
The Office of HIV/AIDS Network Coordination is pleased to announce that the Recommendations for Community Engagement in HIV/AIDS Research Version 2.0 is now available. This document is available on the HANC Public ...
Introduction to this group pending...
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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.
Hello, i finished the GCLP online course but i have never received my email.
This closed discussion group is for alumni of the GHCC GCP Trainer Courses, and is by invitation only. If you have attended the GCP Trainer Courses, please click on the group and click 'request to join'. Your name will be verified with the course organisers and your request authorised within 24 hours where possible.
Helpful information and resources for data management and statistics
Hi Members, The developers of OpenClinica are planning to organize a central user training for Africa in Nairobi at the end of October. OpenClinica Central User™ training comprehensively prepares data managers, monitors, ...
Our aim at the Global Health Clinical Trials Programme is to establish a body of research that successfully highlights the issues with conducting clinical trials in developing countries and provides an effective framework of resources, tools and advice to overcome these barriers. GlobalHealthTrials.org will be an integral part of this research and will act as a platform to share ideas, get a consensus on the current situations, collaborate with research sites, collect data and disseminate findings. One of our research goals is to identify the difficulties and solutions that you as researchers are experiencing when working on clinical trials. We then aim to highlight the most important issues and find ways to improve the current situation- for this to work we really need your help.
Your input and perspectives are greatly appreciated in this unpacking exercise! There is on-going debate about the effectiveness and efficiency of different monitoring mechanisms (e.g. on-site monitoring, central statistical monitoring) and approaches ...
Guidance and resources for clinical trial laboratories - from lab set-up and SOPs to obtaining accrediation.
Greeting colleagues I am a resident of the Nigerian FELTP, a two-year MPH degree programme in field epidemiology. I am writing my dissertation research proposal on the evaluation of the performance and ...
Global Health Trials aims to run numerous workshops on the topic of clinical research every year a range of developing country locations. The workshops are run by members of the Global Health Network with the support of the Global Health Trials team, and are free to attend - so far this initiative has proved extremely popular. This closed discussion area is for the working groups who are planning the workshops - for example arranging topics and speakers. If you would be interested in joining these discussions, speaking at a workshop, or running your own workshop - please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org
To all of you who came to Abuja for the CT workshop, I congratulate you all. It is my desire that the current tempo should be maintained so that we shall be ...