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Ask An Expert

Here we will endeavour to find experts to answer any trial related question you have, so please post away and we will put you in touch with an expert. Also feel free to offer your answers here!

miriamwillmottpowell

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Hi there - I am a research midwife working in the UK. I might be able to help you, although I don't have an in-depth knowledge of the requirements for SOPS I ...

5 years ago • Read full post
45 Members • 8 Topics

Regulations and Guidelines

Tools and guidance to help you navigate clinical trial regulations and guidelines

angellaniwa

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The US institute of medicine report on ethical considerations for research involving prisoners

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36 Members • 9 Topics

GHCC GCP Trainer Course Alumni

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. 

33 Members • 10 Topics

Research Ethics

This discussion area is encouraging discussion and requests for guidance in the broad area of research ethics

leandro

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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 ...

1 year ago • Read full post
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The Zambian Clinical Research Forum

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.

lubindat

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Dear Leandro, Thank for responding To be honest, I didn't think anyone could respond on this forum. I am also looking for investigators from Zambia that I could work with and help ...

1 year ago • Read full post
51 Members • 12 Topics

Informed Consent and Community Engagement

This group is aiming for discussions on issues involving informed consent, community engagement, and community sensitisation

GHN_Editors

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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 ...

5 years ago • Read full post
79 Members • 17 Topics

Data Management and Statistics

Helpful information and resources for data management and statistics

romollo

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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, ...

6 years ago • Read full post
71 Members • 21 Topics

Trial Management

Helpful information and resources for trial management, including project management and budgetting advice.

mmunen

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Hello Barbara, I am unable to open the article. Kind regards, Marianne.

8 months ago • Read full post
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Vaccinology in Africa course alumni

This discussion group is for the Vaccinology in Africa course alumni to share resources, information, and experiences of the course, as well as to network with one another. Please request to join the group if you are alumni, and your request will be approved as quickly as we can. Thank you.

32 Members • 23 Topics

Regional Faculties

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.

peterazeh

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Thanks Global health network for your broad range of impactful courses. keep up the good work.

6 months ago • Read full post