Introduction to this group pending...
Introduction to this group pending...
Este grupo de discusión es para las personas que tomaron el curso b-learning: Teoría y Práctica de las Buenas Prácticas Clínicas, para compartir experiencias, información y preguntas relacionadas con las Buenas Prácticas Clínicas. Por favor, si fue alumno del curso, solicite su acceso, el cual será aprobado a la mayor brevedad. Haga clic en 'solicitar unirse al grupo’. Luego se verificará su nombre con nuestro equipo central, y usted podrá ver el grupo de discusión dentro de las 24 horas siguientes
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.
Are you at the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting in Philedelphia, USA on 25-29th October 2015? Do come and visit us at stand 212, and keep an eye on this group for an exciting draw to win a great prize. We will randomly draw names from those who post their introduction here, to win a prize at 2pm on Wednesday 28th of October. You have to be present at the stand to win a prize, and please bring your name badge with you. Let us know who you are, and what work you are currently doing. How can The Global Health Network Assist with your efforts?
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.
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 group is for new member to introduce themselves: please tell everyone here about your location, current work, and your plans for the future.
Dear colleagues, Do you have any CT scan images from children with Congenital Zika Syndrome? We are developing machine learning models to support differential diagnosis of Zika based on CT images. If ...
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 ...
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 ...