Pictures about OGHB2017
Lots of nice action shots from this week's
conference - so many interesting talks listened to & connections made!
.@maureen0kelley asks what can we learn from field researchers, what happens when researchers get in close?
What responsibilities do researchers have???
@maureen0kelley Talks through concept of Vulnerability
And the poster prize went to @muhache from @KEMRI_Wellcome ...:)
at University of Oxford.@DKamuya @kevinmarsh8
What is the role for research in addressing vulnerability? @maureen0kelley opens the last talk of
with intro to @REACHOxford
.@maureen0kelley closes the
with details of our REACH empirical ethics study on health research with
women & children
@muhache wins prize at
for poster about @wellcometrust funded work with community groups and radio programmes at @KEMRI_Wellcome
Great representation of @KEMRI_Wellcome at the Oxford Global Health & Bioethics Conference in London
Bridget Pratt on four aspects of engagement
Bridget Pratt on the importance of attending to power and difference in engagement processes
Great talk by Kyaw Tun on @wellcometrust funded project re ethics of recruiting young people to participate in research in Myanmar
Amy Fairchild on normative frameworks for public health surveillance, underpinning recent @WHO guidelines http://www. who.int/ethics/publica tions/public-health-surveillance/en/ …
Kyaw Myo Tun talks about key ethical issues in recruitment of young people in clinical research in Myanmar.
Great talk from @wellcometrust PhD by @adamuaddissie re factors in context specific ethics assessment in community based research
Halina Suwalowska @Ethox_Centre plans to ask people about their views towards 'minimally invasive autopsies' in Nepal and Vietnam
Halina Suwalowska, @Ethox_Centre talks about ethical and socio-cultural aspects of autopsy in biomedical settings in LMICs.
Great poster on
through radio broadcasts in Kenya from @KEMRI_Wellcome @muhache at
https:// twitter.com/muhache/status /887232329885863936 …
@muhache from @KEMRI_Wellcome Talking about use of radio programme for public engagement
Highlighting ethics issues in the Chain child
study in Kenya and on conducting that research
When should pregnant women be able to take part in Zika trials? @CKrubiner reports on the @wellcometrust funded @pregnancyethics
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